The Glacial Pace of SlowTV

Several people have suggested that the pace of SlowTV is almost glacial.  As it works out I like glaciers.  They may not move quickly but they are not without fascinations of their own.

They never rest.  They change everything they touch on their ceaseless journey to the sea.  Shaping the land with a power hurricanes can only envy.  The fallen ice creates a sanctuary for tired seals.  The calving creates a guessing game that can last for hours.

Any shape ever seen in a cloud can be found on the face of a glacier.  If not now then maybe after the next bit falls.  Be ready, stay ready and remember that it never stops moving.  Who needs speed?

Please join me for a quick trip up the Endicott Arm in Alaska.  Two minutes of nothing happening in the nicest of ways.

 

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About Paul and Karen Brisson

Producers of SlowTV. Scenic videos that use light and motion to explore the natural world. We make them, watch them and enjoy sharing them. Please watch and comment.
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