Teela Hart

Surviving Domestic Violence

Sensational and Stunning Time-Lapse Video of Yosemite National Park!


Almost every post I make concerns the ugly side of life and as a result it gets heavy over at my place. I stumbled upon Michele’s blog, “greyzoned” and found something more beautiful and healing to the soul and spirit than I have seen in a long time. I love nature, and this video is like ointment to my wounds. Please take the time to watch and enjoy.
And go by an pay greyzoned a visit.

Angels Bark

This should absolutely be shared with everyone you know! What an incredible journey through beautiful Yosemite National Park. Two photographers, Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill, both from California, spent ten months backpacking over 200 miles in Yosemite with one goal in mind: to create this astounding 5-minute video time-lapse video capturing the park in all four seasons.

The video quality is fantastic, the editing is incredible, the music score is a perfect match for what you see and it is just a fabulous way to start your Sunday! Enjoy. This is a major WOW. Spread the beauty!

Stunning Time-Lapse Video Captures Rare Views of Yosemite

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Author: Teela Hart

I am a mother, daughter, sister and domestic violence survivor.

8 thoughts on “Sensational and Stunning Time-Lapse Video of Yosemite National Park!

  1. This is quite stunning


    • The music seals it. It’s over the top beautiful. 🙂


      • Sometimes we need over the top – I just posted the vid of the marches here in Aus and they did such a good job I balled my eyes out. We need to see uplifting things at times – it is was gives us the courage to face those things that would drag us down. Take care.


      • I am actually at your place now. I am just about to watch. This is involving the young lady who is imprisoned? Roseann? among other things right?


      • yes a great number of things and her just as much as any of them.


      • Had I understood that I could have signed a petition or been any help, I would have. If there is anything in the future I can do please let me know.


      • Will do – sadly I am sure there will be many opportunities that would benefit from peoples support. Meant to tell you the video is the link at the bottom not the pic.


      • I just watched it. I’m moved and a little ashamed we don’t do more of this in the states.
        Things change when the public comes together. Thanks for sharing this.


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