Infrared Timelapse of Rolling Australian Countryside
This infrared time-lapse footage features the limestone landscapes near Wee Jasper, a village in New South Wales in Australia.
The footage is part of a larger work—in scope, duration and resolution—from Glen Ryan, who shot the footage, and self-proclaimed cloud wrangler James van Der Moezel. The time-lapse served as the motion component of the recent Karst Country prints and paintings exhibition shown at the Belconnen Arts Centre in Australia.
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