Back on July 30th, my buddy Ken and I spent most of the afternoon and evening around the Tucson area stormchasing. On our way down there we stopped by this little agriculture field growing who knows what and watched the clouds building over the Catalina Mountains.
At first we just took pictures and tried to keep the bugs off our necks, but then I decided to do a timelapse. I think we hung around for another 45 minutes to an hour to capture the 1018 shots that went into this one.
I love the multiple downdrafts of rain you can see in this timmelapse…some of them moving, some new one forming and then dropping, it’s just so beautiful to see these things in fast-motion.
I love Battlestar Galactica in general but the music by Bear McCreary is just fantastic, so he’s always someone I turn to for my timelapses. I’m not including them in the video itself for copyright issues, but if you listen to “Under the Wind” by Bear McCreary from Season 3, you’ll get it
(canon 5d mark ii, tamron 17-35mm 2.8, 17mm, iso 100, f/16, 1018 images)