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Since the spring I have been working on videos. I wanted to make something different to the usual shaky gopro stuff and waffle. Well this took a slight diversion to timelapse. I am currently working on a number of short films not all exploring related. A few of you may of seen my trailer on FB.
This is just made with a timelapse function on the camera and quite basic pretty much a sped up video.

Most of us know the history here. Lots of radio telescopes on a train track and some other bits spread about. Its an awesome place and been out of use for some time now.

I hope you enjoyed, there is much better to come.

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15 hours ago, hamtagger said:

Great stuff, imagine getting a time-lapse back in the day with the dishes moving around :) 


Cheers for posting :thumb 

Thanks a lot. Obviously not from here but that's coming :shock: I got a good selection of clips together. I hope to visit a couple more to get a bit more footage before I make the film. Tho.

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