Many thanks to Alicia Smith for the sand-writing and being incredibly patient through a very long and hot day!

Many thanks to Alicia Smith for the sand-writing and being incredibly patient through a very long and hot day!

41C in Perth, and 14:15 hours of sunlight. All compressed down to 1:21 (or 1:40 with titles).

An amazing day, and not something I'm about to repeat. We chewed through two external 50000mAh battery packs, had the Theta overheat, and had to deal with flies, mozzies, sandflies, and the UV levels.

We also got to meet and talk to dozens of interested people.

It was an phenomenal project, and not one you get a second take at. I hope you enjoy.

Originally shared by Rob Masters

Here's my contribution to the Solstice Challenge I suggested.

Enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVnNs6yZBSs&feature=share

Comments

  1. Nice work Rob Masters and Alicia Smith. I confess to spending the entire day hiding inside so my hat is off to you!

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  2. Rob and I had to take turns standing - to guard the tripod from errant footballs for some time.

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  3. That's a great sequence ... and a beautiful beach. Just interested as to what time interval did you use?

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  4. One minute between frames, Suzie Smith​. Glad you like it!

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  5. Thankyou for that. It is a very beautiful beach and neat to watch the light move

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