As 2012 came to a close, you no doubt were presented with the opportunity to partake in a whole host of “year in review” compilations on your favorite television, radio, or social media channel. We certainly saw our share as well. However of all those we watched, one of our favorites is Wingscapes timelapse videographer SkewToob’s recording of the entire growing season of his garden compressed into three minutes and twenty-four seconds.
Particularly impressive is the last five seconds of the recording, during which the slow and graceful growth of the plants is brought to an astonishingly abrupt end by a… well, we don’t want to ruin it for everyone. You’ll just have to watch it to find out. We’re confident you’ll think it’s worth it.
For more cool time lapse videos, please visit the Wingscapes YouTube and Facebook pages.
Almost immediately after it was first introduced, users of the original Wingscapes BirdCam began demonstrating that just because it was named the BirdCam didn’t mean it was only capable of capturing images and videos of birds. Not surprisingly, with the release of the latest Wingscapes camera models, that creative trend continues as strongly as ever.
Case in point: this superb image uploaded to the Wingscapes Photo Gallery by Steve from Mansfield, Connecticut of a Red-tailed Hawk almost invisibly camouflaged against the groundcover of fallen leaves that was recorded using the Wingscapes PlantCam.
What have you recorded using a Wingscapes camera?