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Maui Time Lapse video

Hillsboro, Oregon
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Maui Time Lapse video

Decent Time Lapse I had not see before but found while planning...and dreaming.

http://vimeo.com/45421391

Wisconsin
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1. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

That was so beautiful! Thanks for posting it!

Nanaimo, Canada
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2. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

VERY nice! Some gorgeous sunsets in there too.

I am thinking that the beach in the opening scene, is just south of Keawakapu Beach. And the building way at the end is the Mana Kai. Anybody else have a guess???

Thanks for sharing this Claudia!

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3. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

Maui looks beautiful!!! Thanks for posting!!

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4. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

Just gorgeous! I really just wanted to be there. Thanks for sharing this with us. Deb

Kelowna, Canada
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5. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

I love videos, too! Here's another one from Maui that I thought I'd share. The videographer did such a nice job of capturing their visit:

http://vimeo.com/32505472

Florence, Oregon
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6. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

I REALLY did appreciate both the beauty and the presentation of both videos, but this old surfer-dude and life-long ocean lover was most struck by how well the first video illustrates the lack of tidal fluctuation on Maui.

For those that don't know, the closer you are to the equator the smaller the tidal fluctuation (difference between high and low tide). Conversely, the opposite is also true. I live at approximately 43.5º longitude, whereas Maui is near 21º, half as far from the equator as I am. We have tidal fluctuations of 10 or more feet, and that number grows as you move north.

Okay, call me out if you must, but I calls 'em as I sees "em!!

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7. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

That was great. Thanks for posting

Kelowna, Canada
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8. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

That's a cool observation, Dengay!

I can't claim any surfer-dude(ette) credentials, but it does appeal to my nerdy side. :-)

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9. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

thanks for sharing!!

Dallas, Texas
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10. Re: Maui Time Lapse video

That was very well made.

Looks like the photog used some nice equipment to move the camera steadily during the lapse.

I want to buy something like that but it costs 400$+ and needs space to carry.