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A time lapse project of a custom home built by Weaver Homes -- a division of Weaver Companies, Inc. Original footage was captured at 1 photo every 30 seconds over a 6 month period resulting in 45 days of capture and over 70,000 photos. Images we edited in Adobe Lightroom 3, combined in Quicktime Pro at 30 frames/sec and compiled in iMovie 11. Most clips were then sped up by 200-400% to produce this short movie. Enjoy!
People of YouTube. I thank you all massively for watching this old timelapse of mine, almost 7 years old now. I have no idea how you are finding it, but I'm impressed that my first ever attempt to make a timelapse has had over a million views to showcase the fine work done by Elliot of Royal Landscapes in converting a mess of a garden we inherited when we bought the house to something we knew we could work with and make a special place for our family. Less impressive is the constant babble from people saying it isn't a garden, I hate plants, blah blah blah. It was MY garden, not yours. Finally I've grown tired of the moronic comments, and have blocked comments - which is a shame as there were many good comments too. Enjoy the video - 3 weeks of work in 3 minutes. Then understand that this was just the beginning of the journey on this garden and it looked very different within just a few months of the completion of this video. Happy viewing! Music: Life in Technicolor © 2008 Coldplay.
Bertz is real
A somewhat grim and imposing house situated on the banks of the river Cleddau in Pembrokshire. The house is a true ruin with no windows, floors, roofing or anything! This is the sixth episode of BBC's Restoration Home, a brilliant program on the saving of 'At Risk' buildings with significant heritage. -I own nothing of the content of this film, it belongs to the BBC. I have uploaded this for education.
This is a timelapse spanning 10 days plus video of the finished pond. The old PVC liner had needed replacing for some time and we had patched up holes round the edge for years, but a new leak at the bottom meant we had no choice but to renovate the pond. We opted for a Firestone EPDM liner, a skimmer with dedicated pump and a new 'beach' area at the shallow end made from cobbles to give fry and newts a better chance of surviving. The edge of the pond was levelled as the ground had shifted over the years. The waterfall was sealed with cement and adjacent rocks rearranged. The plants were trimmed and rearranged. They flourished in no time and have overgrown somewhat. We placed spawning brushes near the shallow end and within a month we noticed fry swimming in the cobbles. After we have added new fish, we decided to put up an electric fence to help protect against the Heron and other wildlife. We realise it's not pretty, but the well-being of the fish is more important. The pond is located in central England. The timelapse was created in the Summer of 2016 with a GoPro on a tripod with bricks keeping the feet steady. If you have enjoyed it, please like, comment and subscribe.
2012 - 2015 : 3 years of renovation in 14517 pictures
Architect Filip De Leeuw
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Grondwerken Hendrik Delameillieure
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Bouwwerken Stijn Uyttenhove
Timmerwerken Kristof Callewaert
Dakwerken Frans Paesschesoone
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Dakwerken Jean-Paul Crul
Zwambestreiding Vandermarliere NV
Poorten, deuren en ramen Depoorter N.V.
Elektriciteit, Sanitair en warmtetechnieken Herman Sticker
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PUR vloerisolatie Isovan
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Pleisterwerken Pawel Pacek
Brinno TLC 100
Nikon D3000 (Nikkor 18-105mm lens)
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