Arts & Life

A Manitoba Summer in Time Lapse

Wow, this is truly amazing. Clearly, an awful lot of work has been done by Winnipeg photographer Brenda Loewen in creating this incredible time lapse video collection. This must have taken hours upon hours to film, and a good chunk of time to edit as well. This is definitely worth checking out, especially as summer is beginning to fade away and fall is making its return to the prairies.

“Music: “House of the Ancestors” by Afro Celt Sound System

Shot in/near Winnipeg, Canada between June 26 and August 20, 2013 on a Nikon D80.

Scenes from Portage & Main, Assiniboine Park, The Forks, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Cathédrale Saint-Boniface, Manitoba Legislative Building, Lockport, Gimli, Lake of the Woods, and other exotic locations such as “Garbage Hill”, the Disraeli Bridge, select dirt roads, and my back yard. (And at 0:39, I got the hell outta there.) Assembled using Lightroom, After Effects, and Premiere Pro.”