IOM timelapse

It seems like only yesterday we were enjoying Brook Wassall’s work, and there’s some more coming from him on here later this weekend. In the meantime, Brook has just released this timelapse video as a kind of goodbye to the Isle of Man.

Do click HD, Do go full screen.

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It’s a good choice of location, because Brook lives there and because, lest we forget, the Isle of Man has the largest concentration of dark skies sites in the British Isles.

Says Brook:

I started this project back in January 2014 to showcase the Isle of Man’s beautiful landscapes, as well as the lit up night sky. This is my first timelapse film and as a result everything has been a steep learning curve over the 16 months making it. I have spent countless hours researching and there were many reshoots and reprocessed clips before I got something I was really happy with, and somewhere around 5,000-10,000 photos must have been taken in the process.

Tomorrow I move to the UK to seek new adventures, therefore it meant a lot to me to finish this before I left, and so I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it.

Thanks, Brook. I think I did. It’s pretty special.

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