Squid fishing FLOATER Amazing footage of Squid in Pre-Spawn Behavior – by Antonio Villasenor From the author: This was filmed Summer 2010 1 mile off La Jolla,CA. I was commercial fishing Live Squid aboard a light boat operating out of San Diego,CA. We were the only squid boat in the area and found this massive school […]
Rare up close footage of Lava entering the ocean – by kawika singson Rare footage of lava entering the ocean from a very unique,dangerous and up close angle, watch the creation of new land right before your very eyes on the rugged volcanic coastline on the island of Hawaii. #Lava # volcano #Hawaii #kveeks #kawika #amazing […]
WANDERMENT – by The Upthink Lab WANDERMENT is the result of a 12-month collection of 4K time-lapse sequences captured while backpacking. Countless miles of hiking in the Appalachian Mountains and adventurous backpacking in California and Alaska provided no shortage of opportunity to capture the planet’s poetry in motion. Further juxtaposing these contrasting landscapes is the […]
Young elephant survives attack by 14 Lions – by NYPost
Austin, TX lightning storm – by Darrin Hiles
Aurora Substorm – Real time motion – by kwon, o chul It is real time motion! NOT time-lapse. Brighter the Aurora, faster the movement. Yellowknife, Canada. Captured between 2013.3.1. 22:25 ~23:50 I used Nikon D4, at ISO 6400. 24mm f/1.4G lens at f/2.0 or f/1.4. I also tested Canon 5D mark III same time. But […]
Stunning Siphonophore – by EVNautilus E/V Nautilus, the current ship of exploration of Titanic discoverer Dr. Robert Ballard, is exploring the ocean studying biology, geology, archeology, and more. Watch http://www.nautiluslive.org for LIVE video from the ocean floor. For dive updates follow along on social media athttp://www.facebook.com/nautiluslive and http://www.twitter.com/evnautilus on Twitter. This beautiful colonial organism drifted past […]
One wonders why so many populations, over such a stretch of time, choose to reside in areas that aren’t particularly hospitable. One of the least people-friendly, in Central Europe, is the area of Turkey known as Cappadocia. The name first showed up in the latter part of sixth century BC, when the area was Persian. […]
Volcano Eruption in Papua New Guinea – by bacobjee The eruption of Mount Tavurvur volcano on August 29th, 2014. Captured by Phil McNamara.
Flowers opening timelapse – by David de los Santos Gil After 9 months and 50,000 shots (only using 5.000 for the final video), my first flowers timelapse has finished. After a long work looking for flowers that would open fast, here is a list of the flowers that have been part of the timelapse: Lillium, hibiscus, […]
Anchovy school at Scripps Pier – by Scripps Oceanography An aggregation of anchovy amassed near Scripps Pier at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego in La Jolla, Calif. on July 8, 2014. Footage from Scripps Pier by Scripps staff and underwater by Scripps graduate students Julia Fiedler, Sean Crosby and Bonnie Ludka.
The Phoenix Haboob – by Mike Olbinski No words to describe this. I’ve lived in Phoenix for 35 years and seen tons of dust storms. This was something else entirely.