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September 08, 2011


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Amazing camera work. Astonishing quality. I especially like 4:05 through 4:22, where I can best see the extent of local changes. I went back and watched the rest looking at a square inch of screen, and it's like time-lapse pictures of biological changes: appearances, disappearances, displacements back and forth. The overall force also reminds me of biological processes, but huge ones: wildebeest migrations, sardine swarms, driver ant swarms. Thanks indeed.

Fascinating; thanks for posting!

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