B-Roll Video: Time-lapse: South Rim Winter

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Duration:
1 minute

Two scenes show action that took 30 minutes in real time in 1 minute of video. The view is from Hopi Point on the South Rim of the park.  Video is in the public domain (1080p 30fps)

 
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1 minute

Time-lapse video of a total cloud inversion that filled Grand Canyon on Thursday, December 11, 2014. The action in this 1 minute video would take 15 minutes in real time. Almost looks like ocean tides advancing and retreating. (1080p 30 fps)

 
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Duration:
50 seconds

During the winter, warmer air rising up from the bottom of the canyon, meets cooler, moister air and creates the clouds you see in this video. (29.29 fps 1080p)

 
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Duration:
23 seconds

Clouds sweeping over the Grand Canyon on a winter evening as darkness falls. From Bright Angel Trailhead area. (24 fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
49 seconds

Winter Storm clouds move from right to left through the landscape. Cloud play in the center around Zoroaster and Brahma Temples. (29.29 fps 1080p)

 
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Duration:
23 seconds

Fast moving clouds sweep from west to east, creating shadows along the Bright Angel Fault.  (24 fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
15 seconds

A winter sunrise from Yaki Point, the light moves downward, brightening the depths of the Canyon.  (24fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 10 seconds

Clouds whip past this rim spot near Grand Canyon Village, light moves across the landscape, and then snow starts falling. (24fps, 1080p)

Last updated: February 24, 2015

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