This amazing video was created by Gary Yost, who is a true artist with video. That isn’t just my opinion; his documentary The Invisible Peak has won an assortment of awards, as one example. This one was shot using time lapse filming in the infrared spectrum in Hawaii, not a normal choice for most presentations but it works very well here, and his appreciation of his subject is obvious in his composition. If you enjoy this one, visit his Vimeo page and check out some of his other work. Thanks to Laughing Squid for the heads up on this one.
Hawaiian Tree Bones, Infrared Time-lapse from Gary Yost on Vimeo.