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    Underwater Wildlife in the Salish Sea - Osmo Action

    Below the waters of the Salish Sea, in the long fjords of Puget sound, may be found a vibrant and diverse ecosystem of bizarre and mysterious creatures hidden in plain sight from the metropolis that lines the narrow channels and wide bays of this glacial landscape. Crabs, pipefish, anemones...
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    Mt. Rainier National Park Alpine Timelapse Video

    Thank you! The main camera used for this video was the Nikon Z6 and 24-70 F4 S lens, as well as my Rokinon 14mm F2.8 for the night sky footage. I also used the Caon 80D with the 55-250 STM lens for the telephoto shots.
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    Mt. Rainier National Park Alpine Timelapse Video

    Mt. Rainier National Park rises ever upward towards the sky, a towering maze of spires, glaciers, and alpine meadows so immense that this great mountain generates its won weather. From boiling clouds that tower overhead, to sneaking mist that creeps slyly over the tundra, to writhing fog that...
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    The medieval city of Carcassonne, France

    Thanks for the video, really good work! I've been thinking about Carcassonne lately, specifically that we should rebuild our towns here in the Pacific Northwest like medieval castle cities. Think how awesome it would be to have towering citadels instead of subdivisions and strip malls! It would...
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    Exploring the Hoh Rainforest in Olympic National Park

    Thanks everyone, glad you enjoyed it!
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    Exploring the Hoh Rainforest in Olympic National Park

    The Hoh Rainforest is a stunning paradise of giant trees and abundant life tucked deep within the sheltering arms of the Olympic Mountain. Here in one of the Pacific Northwests last grand natural cathedrals one may find peace among the ancient sentinels of the forest, on the banks of the glacier...
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    Lions Mane Jellyfish in Puget Sound

    Thank you! Jellyfish really are incredible - this is the largest one I'd ever seen in the wild!
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    Lewis River waterfalls and ancient forest adventure.

    Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed it!
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    Lions Mane Jellyfish in Puget Sound

    The dark green depths of Puget Sound hide many mysterious and beautiful creatures, and one of the most spectacular of these aquatic wonders is the Lions Mane Jellyfish, a creature that is as lovely as it is deadly. Flying on translucent wings above the sand, through the kelp fronds and past the...
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    Lewis River waterfalls and ancient forest adventure.

    The ancient trees tower over the clear water of the Lewis River, deep in the heart of Washington's South Cascade Mountains. Here bright falls tumble into deep and mysterious pools that throng with fish and where American Dippers plunge into the perpetual spray of the riffled rocky river bottom...