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Time-Lapse: Spectacular Landscapes of the Southwest U.S. | National Geographic

155 882 views | 29 Jan. 2014

Filmmaker Anna Possberg

Filmmaker Anna Possberg went to the American Southwest expecting "dead rocks." What she found, and captured in the time-lapse "Petrified Life," was a rugged landscape alive with the shifting of sun and stars.

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PHOTOGRAPHY AND PRODUCTION: Anna Possberg, http://possberg-media.com

MUSIC: David Raiklen, http://davidraiklen.com

Time-Lapse: Spectacular Landscapes of the Southwest U.S. | National Geographic

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Gilbert Nutier

beautiful video from nature that I like ! thank you for sharing ;
have a nice week !

祝鲲鹏

大美!

henry w

what a cosmic journey the colors changing were very intense 

Zohar H

What's happened at 3:59,UFO?

Xqwerrz

nice video seeing it six years after upload

AmyWhedonite

That is beyond beautiful! Well done!! Amazing talent!! Loved it.

Evgeniy Smirnov

фантастическая красота

Lydia Christofferson

Wow!!! ^o^

Merari SalgadoFlores

ok
its fine

Mohamed Farouk

Reminds me of 127 Hours movie.

Antolín Martínez

Beautiful video. How many hours did she spend to make this video? I suppose a lot.

Sudarshan Kharal

Incredible

uranglintau

gilakk

Serve75

Wow!

Frank Drebbin

Lots of "How did that happen?" stuff, plus that burst at 3:55 !!!

Elizabeth Clothier

Hey, look, 1:04 candy corns!

iCalifornian

سبحان الله

ninja2kernow

amazing world we live on. music let it down for me.

Valarie Poon

brilliant

Максим Максим

Класс, всегда мечтал увидеть такое в живую... 

Jamie Godman

That's the beauty of southern Utah.

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National Geographic

Watch: Filmmaker Anna Possberg went to the American Southwest expecting "dead rocks." What she found  was a rugged landscape alive with the shifting of sun and stars.

Rich Killian

Incredible! I plan to watch this often.

Yi Jiun

The beauty of Mexico...

Javier Criado

really spectacular!

Jay Nair

Could anyone explain how these landscapes are formed?

Jonathan Primrose

bruh

yourmomma

Why are alot of your upload s not available to watch in UK?? Particularly your 45mins+ videos!!!!!!! :@

niwat siri-arratthaporn

สุดยอดที่ธรรมชาติสร้างใว้

dedgemusic

Beautiful! Can I use this video to put one of my tracks (music) on and show it on my channel?

Frana flyby

Bryce Canyon ...The Narrows and Penicals.??

Shivang Dhawan

Awesome creativity of nature

祝鲲鹏

大美!

JOSÉ PASCOAL DA SILVA

magnifico as imagens deste lugar fenomenal...a natureza pura o profissional e suas lentes...nota dez,mas aqui no Brasil temos imagens semelhantes e lindas de si verem também....

Heidi Schooler

Awesome work David & Anna!  I really enjoyed this!  I will def. share it with others!  :-))!

TheBallerinaQueen

Amazing!!

M C

I miss one thing. Mexicans who try to pass the border.

arabeea

This might as well be a Visit Utah! advert. 

luca89mackant

amazing the time after the sunset with the stars... :O

lauren orton

Pretty pphotos gotta love em

Nanda Kumar

wow fantastic!

metaphysics anyone?

No one does Art like mother nature! Gorgeous!!!!x

FarSeeker8

From 3:56 to 4:00 What kind of meteor was that?
It looks like it reversed direction.

Gulya Swift

Spectacular

lesley king

gotta love nature

It Works

With all the bullshit Nat Geo puts up on this channel, it's videos like this that keep my subscribed.

sunantayai

So beautiful and Amazing.

Vaisakh as

Wow.

TheMedia-Hacker

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Jamie Godman

Awesome!

wheeler1

ok...THIS is what I subbed to Nat Geo for!!!

TheJumiFilm

very cool

Pat C

Great pictures and music; lovely lively composition of a beautiful still place.

hope msa

Όμορφο αν αναλογιστούμε την έκτασή του, αλλιώς προσωπικά μου φαίνεται ίδιο με τα δικά μας ελληνικά σπήλαια.

BowlandForrest

What was that at 3:58?

Mildred Nakai

I love My Mother Earth.

Stuhl

Ich mag Wurstbrot

AlexeyBJ007

A M A Z I N G

K. Melissa Waterman

What is happening at 3:58 and 3:59??

sharon b

so pretty,.. wish everyone could see this...

Attilio Quintanilla

One of my favorites places.

Claudia Martinez

more vids like this pls!!  <3

Anonymoose

Wow! An absolutely spectacular video! It's breathtaking at full screen in HD.

Kiritbhai Patel

I like to nature

Malta StoryTime

Tolle Aufnahmen ! Viele Grüße aus Gozo

Ika Sari

mind = blown

Jamie Godman

Some are shooting stars. Most are actually satellites. You can tell them apart by how long and how far they travel across the sky. Short quick blips are stars and the longer streaks across the entire sky are the satellites. For those who thought they were planes.

Wang Eorshin

Wonderful!!!!!!!!!

April McKay-Dudsic

Gorgeous! I love it David! Congrats! Well done! I shared on my FB!

Emica Uchigoshi

Stunning !

Alex M

It would be so cool if we had a time-lapse spanning millions of years and could watch a river carve out a canyon or a mountain range form.

Kiritbhai Patel

I like to nature

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The Great Southwest

13 793 views | 19 May. 2014

The earliest documented

The earliest documented occupation of the American Southwest dates to before 9,000 B.C. More than 2,000 years ago, this vast land was inhabited by settlers of the Basketmaker culture, which later evolved into permanent towns of cliff dwellings and pit houses, the ruins of which can still be seen in New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona. While hunting and gathering activities predominated in the Great Basin and California, and bison hunting dominated the Plains, the peoples of the American Southwest established early agricultural communities and grew maize, beans and squash. Gradually, they also built above ground structures known as pueblos and developed a sophisticated culture of community housing and religious beliefs and activities based in nature.

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Good Job gave me lots of information for my Midwest project.

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nice video. we had to watch this for online school #coronatimes

Jared Barber

This was absolutely fantastic!

Daniel Aguirre

nice

Cody Geewin

Indians are from INDIA!!. A typical Foreign Colonizer term to reference Native People!..

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Würde gerne Frau Schneider grüßen

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this was like a big song NICE!