El Teide Timpelapse

My buddy Matt Glendenning posted this timelapse video on my facebook page today and I had to share it. It is no small secret that timelapse photography is something that I really enjoy and am inspired by. This is my favorite video I've seen yet. My favorite part is at 1:28. The way the light is bursting through the trees is unreal. I can't get enough of it. Mark my words. One day I will get the right gear and equipment and do some stuff like this guy. Totally inspiring. Click here to see more of his work.

On a side note, I just want to say thanks to my friends for making today one to remember. I woke up and read a good book on the hammock in my backyard, went surfing at Castles beach as part of a small army of friends equipped with soft top longboards, had lunch at Kahuku Farms, took a massive nap, picked up Amy from the airport, made some crepes (filled with nutella, vanilla ice cream, and banannas), got a great gift from Conor & Erin Jane (thank you again), went to Poppy's place for a bonfire, and topped it all off with listening to some incredibly talented friends sing and play the guitar. I love where I live but I love the people I live around even better. Muchas Gracias.

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