A Journey Through Australia

Written by  Eddie Peter Hobson

An incredible video that takes you across the diverse landscape of Australia.  The land is arid and desert-like in much of the country, but there is also lush, tropical terrain as well as snow-capped mountains.  This video features Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, which is a massive sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory's desert, also the 12 Apostles, which is a collection of limestone stacks off the coast of South Australia, as well as beaches, waterfalls, and the popular koala bears and kangaroos. 

Eddie Peter Hobson comments on his film:

Winner - Best Editing/Colour: Chronos Film Festival 2013
Official Screening - Blue Mountains Film Festival 2013

In October 2012 we embarked on an epic project to capture Australia through the mediums of timelapse photography and slow motion. The journey has been dedicated to this purpose. We’ve travelled by car, sea and air in excess of 43,000 kilometres, taking more than 300,000 photos. The hours have been long, the distances travelled have been vast but the landscapes have been inspirational. I’m thrilled to show you MADE IN AUSTRALIA in a way that is rarely captured.

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I’m also thrilled that BOY ROBOT has graciously given me permission to use their soundtrack, LIVE IN VANILLA, as the score for this short film. I think that it complements the Australian landscapes perfectly. The music can be purchased at itunes.apple.com/album/rotten-cocktails/id69903493

      Location Info:  Australia
      GPS: -24.847765   134.293231
      Accuracy: approximate
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