Winter Schnee

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This is a short video I made as part of my long term project “12 Monate” (12 Months) which I´m making on an old army training range which is now a nature reserve.

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Shooting a Time-lapse Sequence

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Timelaps, Syrp Genie 3 Axis Rig. copyright: charles kenwright/ www.openmind-images.com

Time-lapse, Syrp Genie 3 Axis Rig. copyright: charles kenwright/ http://www.openmind-images.com

Timelaps, Syrp Genie 3 Axis Rig. copyright: charles kenwright/ www.openmind-images.com

Time-lapse, Syrp Genie 3 Axis Rig. copyright: charles kenwright/ http://www.openmind-images.com

Shooting a time-lapse sequence with the Syrp Genie 3 Axis Rig for my project “12 Monate”.

12 Monate – A Spring Trailer

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A spring trailer for my long term project “12 Monate”. Lately I´ve spent a lot of time up on the Truppenübungsplatz – the old military training ground – near Landshut. It´s been wonderful to watch the life coming back to this nature reserve. I hope you enjoy it.

Close Encounter of the Third Kind

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This week I was out photographing and filming frogs and toads mating in the old tank washing facilities on the ex military training grounds near Landshut. The field sound recording was also fantastic! It´s for of my long term project 12 Monate which I´m making there. As an aside, I´m really pleased with the Nikon D850.

12 Months, a Winter Trailer

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I´ve been rather quiet of late, it´s been partly due to the amount of work I´ve put in on a long term video/sound project I´m making on an ex military training ground near here, which is now a nature reserve. This is a winter trailer for “12 Monate” which will hopefully give you some idea about what the project´s about. The release date will be sometime in 20119.

Pond – A Soundscape

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This soundscape is part of a long term project called “12 Monaten” I´m making about an ex military training ground near Landshut, Bavaria, Germany. First you can hear general sounds from around the pond, then, using a hydrophone, I´ve recorded the sounds in the water. What you can hear are various insects stridulating. I think the louder stridulations are made by Notenecta glauca – in English water boatman or backswimmer and in German, Gemeiner Rückenschwimmer. It´ll be interesting to record sound here as the year progresses, the water becomes warmer and more animals both invertebrate and vertebrate become active, for example toads and frogs.