This was February 28th, 2015.
In case you don’t have the time to stare at this for hours, the letters spell out “Haight Ashbury, San Francisco”. The underlying “strobing” image was assembled from graffiti filmed up and down Haight Street.
Located in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. When I filmed there in 2006, there were no Koi to be found. Now, they’re legion. Part of my ongoing San Francisco Variations project.
June 11, 2013: If you are driving to Yosemite Valley on Highway 41, you will come upon Discovery View (also called “Tunnel View”) just after you emerge from the Wawona Tunnel (carved through solid granite and completed in 1933, the Wawona tunnel was the longest* highway tunnel in California until the Devil’s Slide tunnel opened in 2013). Needless to say, it is one of the most popular (& photographed) vistas in the world.
*4,149 feet in length
San Francisco celebrates the New Year (viewed from 5 miles away in Marin County). Lapsed Time Images wishes you a Happy New Year !
December 12, 2012 in the afternoon. Marin Headlands. Conzelman Road. Below Hawk Hill. 2 scenic views spanning about 1 hour of time. These scenes, and hundreds more are included in The San Francisco Variations.
With a camera mounted on the roof of my car (shooting 1 image per second), I drive from Tioga Pass (eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park, elevation 9,943′) to near the junction of Highway 395 (about 1/4 mile from the town of Lee Vining, elevation 6,781′). The distance covered is about 10 miles, which lasts 40 seconds in this video clip. This clip and others are included in my Stock Footage collection, and can be downloaded for ABSOLUTELY FREE !!
I check out the 2012 Berkeley Kite Festival at Cesar Chavez Park (near Berkeley Marina). This scene (and many others) are included in The San Francisco Variations, a growing collection of time-lapse scenes filmed in and around the San Francisco Bay Area.
I check out the Golden Gate Bridge as viewed from near Fort Point. This scene (and many others) are included in The San Francisco Variations, a growing collection of time-lapse scenes filmed in and around the San Francisco Bay Area.