Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

One More Video Clip

Last week before the weather changed our natural playground into a deep freeze, my wife and I went for another hike along the shoreline of the Lower Arrow Lake. As always we took our cameras along. I also had my camcorder in my pocket. I placed it on a tripod and pointed it to the near-by mountains where the morning fog was just lifting. The 15-minute video was later reduced in time-lapse fashion to less than two minutes making the fog lifting look more dramatic. Enjoy.

19 comments

  1. kopfundgestalt · 17 Days Ago

    The fog won’t care that its appearance has been accelerated.
    Fog remains fog. 😉

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  2. Pit · 17 Days Ago

    “Steaming” mountains: great!

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  3. Labby · 17 Days Ago

    Ein schönes Wandergebiet. Ich mag es besonders wenn Nebel und Dunst über die Berge ziehen. Gruss Wolfgang

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    • Peter Klopp · 16 Days Ago

      Doch Wanderwege so wie in Deutschland gibt es bei uns nur in den National und Provincial Parks.

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  4. Amy · 17 Days Ago

    I love how the color slowly begins to show as the sunlight increases.

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    • Peter Klopp · 16 Days Ago

      Thiis gradual change in light became very noteable by speeding up the video. Thank you, Amy!

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  5. Stella, oh, Stella · 17 Days Ago

    So winter has started in Canada as well, I see snow. Congrats to the video, a joy to watch!

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  6. Robert Parker · 17 Days Ago

    A beautiful miniature movie, enjoyed it, thank you!

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  7. Jane Lurie · 16 Days Ago

    A serenely lovely moment, Peter. To me, fog is mesmerizing and your video celebrates it.

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    • Peter Klopp · 15 Days Ago

      For some the video on the fog lifting may have been too long. I am so glad that you liked the video, Jane.

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  8. Steve Gingold · 14 Days Ago

    I’ve a spot similar to this over the local reservoir I visit often and it is wonderful to watch the fog traverse across the water in wave-like shapes and then dissipate into the air.

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  9. Steve Schwartzman · 13 Days Ago

    Your video makes it easy to see how you got caught up in watching the lifting fog. You didn’t even have to look up to see clouds.

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  10. Ankur Mithal · 10 Days Ago

    Great work with the camera!

    Like

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