Alternative versions. Click to embiggen. Do you like one of these better?
Flying by Mount Shasta, I took a bunch of pictures and made a large animated GIF (3.31 MB).
We took a quick trip to Cannon Beach because the weather was so nice. We walked from W 2nd street to just beyond Haystack Rock and back. On the way back,1 I took a picture every ten paces to create a time lapse of the walk.2
Because of a disappearing cell phone, we walked the route a second time, re-tracing our steps and calling the cell phone’s number. Amazed that no one answered the phone (except when I mis-dialed once…Hi, Heather!) we again searched the coat, and found it!
Pitter patter in a parking lot puddle.
It’s amazing how hard this is to do and make it look good.
I also took some actual video that I will attempt to convert to animated GIF later. Maybe I’ll have better luck with it.
I had to learn a little about layer alignment to get this one to work without jumping around.
I made an animated GIF of small portion of yesterday’s time lapse.
I tried using online GIF animators of the cloud timelapse video. Using only 30 of the images resulted in an animated GIF 1.81 MB large!
I like taking pictures out plane windows. I like making animated GIFs. I want to try making time lapse photos.1 This picture from GIFtychs which combines all three inspires me to try something similar.
Another trip, another window seat, again in 4E.
Diamond Peak is covered in snow, as is Summit Lake. Mount Shasta “moved me.” ;-)
The Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area reflects the late morning sun.
Terminal B’s link to the parking lot also caught my attention.