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  • Ring of Fire

    Early this morning (June 10th) there occurred an annular solar eclipse or “Ring of Fire.” This was best viewed from Canada, Greenland and Russia. But, here in Queens NY we were able to see a partial eclipse.

    I was able to capture this partial “Ring of Fire” from my terrace. I hope you enjoy!

    https://youtu.be/vp7UuX-c0RY
  • 2020 Timelapse Collection
    https://youtu.be/EaWtYSi7XcA

    Hi all,

    The year 2020 is behind us. A year like none in my memory. To keep from going crazy I started shooting timelapse sequences from the terrace of my apartment. I have good view. I’ve assembled some of my clips from the terrace and other places into a 2020 review.

    I hope you enjoy.

  • Robert Moses Park

    Another road trip and another timelapse. Drove out to Robert Moses Park on a beautiful day and captured the sunset. It got chilly pretty fast after the sun wen down. I sent my wife back to the car to say warm.

    https://youtu.be/627IOMRQ4pU
    Robert Moses Park near field two

  • Election Day Diversion

    This is a timelapse of sunset over New York City on Election Day 2020. Creating this video was less stressful than watching election returns come in.

    https://youtu.be/jZ6ybJFcU3E
  • Fall Colors

    Hi all, my wife and I were able to get away last week for our anniversary (32 years by the way). We stayed at an Airbnb in Chatham NY and it was the perfect time to catch the fall colors. My wife was kind enough to put up with my request to capture a timelapse video of our hike. We went to Beebe Hill one day and climbed the old firetower and I was able capture this timelapse of the great fall colors.

    https://youtu.be/WJnNbGg7R7g
    Beebe Hill Firetower
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