A couple weeks ago, I posted a few photos from the timelapse cameras at a restored wetland on our Platte River Prairies. One of those showed the first documented use by sandhill cranes of that site, which was pretty exciting. I downloaded those cameras again this week and found a few more interesting photos, so I’m presenting them today. All three are panoramas stitched together from two photos – which were shot simultaneously by twin cameras mounted side by side.
Of course, the biggest value of timelapse imagery comes from the ability to build sequences of photos that show change over time. I will certainly be doing that with the images from this site, but in the mean time, we’re also getting our money’s worth out of the simple fact that the cameras are recording interesting and beautiful scenes that would have otherwise gone unrecorded.
Thanks again to Moonshell Media for their help setting up these (and other) timelapse camera systems.