Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Occasionally I will post a video highlighting the natural splendour of the Arrow Lake region in the West Kootenays, BC, Canada. Technically, a video consists of thousands of individual images, which when strung together create the illusion of motion. The original one hour long video recording was reduced to just over a minute. It creates an impressive video effect. In my video editing program I accelerated the slowly moving clouds by a factor of 50 and 75. Because no frames have been lost in the process, the video file still kept a size of over 40 MB. The Fauquier-Needles ferry takes  five minutes to cross the lake, while on this accelerated video it takes only a few seconds. Enjoy.

39 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

  1. A really wonderful landscape, dear Peter, clouds are somehow always beautiful, I still see snow in Canada, where is spring? We are waiting for spring, too. Have a nice day, kind regards from Hamburg

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