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Gorgeous timelapse of California skies

This gorgeous timelapse was created by our friend Jack Fusco. He calls it Wonder Endlessly. Jack said:

The title is a reflection of the desire to always seek new adventures. There are few things that can match the overwhelming sense of wonder felt when you’re looking up at a sky full of stars. Keeping that strong sense of wonder is what makes me want to head in to the middle of nowhere in the dark, to climb across wet rocks and dodge waves to capture something new.

How did he create it? Jack said:

Hours of scouting and planning went in to each of the 26 different sequences in the video. Some were planned months in advance to coordinate the tide with right moon phase.

Here’s his technical info:

Equipment –
Cameras: Sony A7R2 , Nikon D800E
Lenses: Sigma 24mm f/1.4 ART, Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART, Nikon 14-24 f/2.8
Motion Control: Rhino EVO & Motion Timelapse slider
Tripod: Feisol CT- 3442
Music: Dan Phillipson – Ascend

Some locations include: La Jolla, Solana Beach, Malibu (Leo Carillo, El Matador), Anza-Borrego Desert (Clark Dry Lake Bed, Wind Caves), Julian, Carlsbad

You can see more of Jack’s work at his website, or follow him on Facebook or Instagram

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January 9, 2016

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