Friday, 20 July 2012
Within Two Worlds
Brad Goldpaint developed a passion for photography three years ago when hiking the Pacific Crest Trail after his mother's death.
He said: 'Within Two Worlds depicts an alternate perspective by giving us the illusion of times movement, signifying a beginning and end within a world of constant contradiction.
'It appears you are traveling in the midst of a dream, half-sleeping, half-waking, and touching the arch connecting heaven and earth.'
The majestic settings include Tumalo Falls, Three Sisters Wilderness, Mount Shasta, Big Bend National Park, Mono Lake, Aurora Borealis over Crater Lake National Park, Texas, Painted Hills, the High Sierra and the Aurora Borealis over Sparks Lake.'
Time-lapse photography involves taking pictures of the same scene, for example one minute apart. When played at normal speed time, the scenes appear to move faster. Brad has captured our world and beyond for all to see.
He added: 'This time-lapse video is my visual representation of how the night sky and landscapes co-exist within a world of contradictions.
'I hope this connection between heaven and earth inspires you to discover and create your own opportunities, to reach your rightful place within two worlds.'
Much appreciation for Brad's inspirational work.
Peace, love and best wishes
Posted by Lady Pauline Maria