Timelapse film of Blue Ridge Mountains by Smith Woosley

Greensboro-based photographer Smith Woosley recently shared a timelapse video that features scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The film, he says, “is my attempt at capturing the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Locations photographed include Mount Mitchell, Linville Falls, Lakes Powhatan and Tahoma, the city of Asheville, and several sections of the Blue Ridge Parkway.” Imagery is set to the song “Dancer Dancer” by local act To All My Dear Friends.

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One thought on “Timelapse film of Blue Ridge Mountains by Smith Woosley

  1. Daniel Lowe

    Nice effort by Mr. Woosley. I’d give it a C+.

    Eventually I’ll release a film like this, but it’ll have night, sunrises, sunsets + aerial footage.

    I’ve already got a few shots from Clingmans Dome, Mt. Mitchell, Max Patch, Craggy Gardens. Please visit my website at http://starmountainmedia.com to see my films from Iceland, Catalonia, and the Canary islands.

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