Saw a barge dumping lots of what appears to be sand/gravel along the shore in Everett, turns out it’s a habitat restoration project!
Devin and I explored the Grove of the Patriarchs near Mount Rainier as a last hurrah before the end of summer. I strapped a GoPro to my shoulder to record the whole experience. Afterward I threw the footage into the Microsoft Hyperlapse Pro preview as a test. I quite liked the end result (especially with some music over the top) so here it is for you to enjoy.
Some photos from the trip:
In early August I assisted Dr. James Murray Ph.D. in his search for Tritonia diomedea among the sea pen beds near Langley, WA. Although we didn’t find what we were looking for, the sea pens were wonderful. I made sure to bring along my GoPro dive rig to capture it and now you can see them too!
A short slow motion clip of Nugget Falls with the Mendenhall Glacier in the background.
Taken in Juneau, Alaska.
The launch of a balloon carrying scientific payloads as one of my last classes at the University of Washington. It managed to attain an altitude in excess of 30 kilometers! I filmed the entire trip, so expect a full video in the future! This video was only lightly edited as a result.
I decided to spice up mowing the front yard by shooting a timelapse of it. Available in 4K!
The song is “Something Elated” by Broke For Free.
Wonder how I get all those aerial photos and videos? Here’s a video to show you my current setup.
No, this is not Redondo Beach, California. This is Redondo Beach in Des Moines, WA! Here’s the entire second dive of the day, unedited.