Watching this timelapse of four hours in the working life of
Port Chalmers is like being a kid again and staring in wonder
at an enormous train-set.
The container loading's cool enough but then there's the part
at about 1min 20secs where the cruise ship pulls a smooth
180deg turn and backs smoothly into its dock as the sun comes
Creator Riley Baker tells us: "The time lapse was about 4
hours long and about 2,500 frames shot on a Canon 6D and
24-70mm f2.8 lens. I used a wireless shutter release that had
a time lapse mode.
"It was shot from the viewing platform at the little lookout
and monument above Port Chalmers. About a litre of coffee was
consumed during this process."
Dunedin wildlife part 1: Dolphins in Otago Harbour
Dunedin wildlife part 2: Seagulls attack a rubbish bag and extract their
If you missed the Chinese New Year fireworks, here they are
And if you missed a very busy day for trains at Dunedin
Railway Station, never fear
This guy can really play them buckets.
The Clean, at Chicks Hotel, playing Point That Thing with Peter Gutteridge
making a special appearance. Say no more.
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