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Occupying Nature

Colorado Mountain and Front Range Time-lapse
Video by Zane Edwards

Over the past several months, I have been working on creating time-lapse videos and photos of the mountains surrounding the Boulder area. I would like to offer this to my fellow brothers and sisters as a reminder that even during the dark age, beauty is still there in our back yard!

This represents hours worth of filming time-lapses that were shot in the middle of the Rocky Mountains – to the streets of Denver, from 12,000 feet above sea level – to 20 degrees Fahrenheit, up early in the morning – to staying up all night, from clouds and planes, to stars and cars. This is how I want to occupy the world and share for others to see!

Music by Discovery: Osaka Loop Line

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3 responses to “ Occupying Nature ”
  1. Judith Broadus
    Dec 8, 2011
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    What a wonderful gift to the sangha, and all who see this. Thank you so very much for sharing this beautiful jewel of a film and placing it right in the context of the dark age. Brilliant it is!

  2. This is a terrific project, Zane. I would love to hear more about your experiences in both filming and viewing these pieces. I LOVE how this plays with our concept of time. Like seeing the mountains unchanging amidst the play of light and cloud and cars evoked a complete feeling of stillness. I’d like to just sit for a full 10 minutes watching the mountains unmoving and contemplate stillness, equanimity, and impermanence.

    I echo Greg — brilliant!

  3. Greg Bronswinkel
    Dec 5, 2011
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    Brilliant!


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