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tkh123186
22nd April 2011, 18:49
The Mountain by Terje Sorgjerd - Absolutely amazing video by photographer Terje Sorgjerd, part of it shows the milky way from earth during a sandstorm!

Forget about the chaos going on around us, and watch this:


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http://vimeo.com/22439234 - Original Source in HD

Gustav
22nd April 2011, 21:09
Thanks man, saw those vids a few days ago and have them on my phone now for when i'm in a crowded bus or train. Lovely!

tkh123186
23rd April 2011, 11:22
Thanks man, saw those vids a few days ago and have them on my phone now for when i'm in a crowded bus or train. Lovely!

Your welcome, its hard to find words for how beautiful these videos are!

rbevin
23rd April 2011, 22:10
Thanks Terge. Truly amazing.
We are one.

Arpheus
23rd April 2011, 22:28
Thank you SO MUCH FOR THIS!

elysian
24th April 2011, 08:32
I came across this beautiful video that I just have to share with you.

It's an amazing look at a week in the life of the Milky Way.
Shot earlier this month, this time-lapse video shows a series of incredible colours in our sky from the vantage point of the top of Spain's highest mountain.
The film was captured between April 4 and 11 by Terje Sorgjerd during a sleep-deprived climb up El Teide.


http://vimeo.com/22439234

The Mountain from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo

So determined was he to film as much footage as possible, he estimates he had as little as ten hours sleep during the entire seven days.

added:
This video called "The Aurora" is one of, if not the most beautiful video I have ever seen.


http://vimeo.com/21294655

[ mod-edit: these two videos are higher quality versions of the two videos in the first post of this thread. elysian original posted these two videos as another thread, which I have merged into this thread, for the convenience of members. - Paul. ]

astrid
24th April 2011, 08:35
WOW... sharing this.

Just stunning, thanks!!

crosby
24th April 2011, 08:44
elysian, the frame at 1:20 is breathtaking. this is truly stunning work. thank you so much for sharing. very beautiful.
warmest regards, corson

elysian
24th April 2011, 09:05
Yes, I never thought one could see the stars in this fashion. I can't imagine what it would be like to see this with my own eyes. Have to add that to my bucket-list :)

Spartacus
24th April 2011, 09:12
Awesome views from our beautiful home planet. We are the luckiest f**kers in the universe.

butcherman
24th April 2011, 09:27
very humbling, fantastic work, puts life into perspective thank you elysian

Corncrake
24th April 2011, 10:44
Thank you - restores my faith in life. Unfortunately, living on the edge of a city there is too much ambient light at night to see anything other than the major constellations.

the_flyingboy
24th April 2011, 11:13
wow the beauty of our planet or what ever is left of it...thanks for sharing no words just speechless

Gajanana
24th April 2011, 12:09
I was up for sunrise to take fotos this morning and considered myself priveliged to witness the beauty of nature.

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/fbx/?set=a.204956669538869.55477.100000736127994

I come home and see this video. It made me cry. Thank you.

g.k.r
24th April 2011, 12:17
lovely views, thx:)

Gustav
25th April 2011, 15:19
Thanks man, saw those vids a few days ago and have them on my phone now for when i'm in a crowded bus or train. Lovely!

Your welcome, its hard to find words for how beautiful these videos are!

Thanks! It is even better when you see northern light in reality. This I know from own experience, but of course the images were as staggeringly beautiful as these are. Never seen northern light in real life? Book a trip and go. It's breathtaking!