Wye Valley Night Sky' is the the latest film for Wyenot
and I hope, portrays another aspect the Area of Outstanding
Local Beauty in which Ross-on-Wye is located - the night
sky filmed from local locations.
five minute moving time-lapse film is result of hour upon
hour of standing in dark fields, on high places and visiting
places like Arthur's Stone, mostly alone but sometimes with
Tina, sometimes with other friends, time and time again
to get the shots required. I shot the first scene for this
film in August 2009, so it has been a year in the collecting
as opportunities have arisen. Shooting
the night sky is an extremely weather dependent task in
this part of the world and, although I intend to build on
this film and cover more places for next year, I am not
holding up much hope for the rest of this summer, so have
put together the scenes so far and will continue to film
when conditions allow.
hope that some will enjoy it - if your computer can handle
it, try watching full screen at 1440 x 1080p definition.
Filming locations include Brampton Abbotts, Foy Bridge,
Wilton, Symonds Yat Rock, King Arthur's Cave and Arthur's