Salt Lake City Night Timelapse
My nose wrinkled when I stepped outside my front door. "What is that smell?" The balmy, dry Utah air smelled of brine and dust much like the ocean breeze, but fouler. The normally calm summer night was replaced with gusty winds that were picking up dust from the Great Salt Lake to the north. Lightning was flashing in the distance, however, the rain would not fall tonight.
All in all, it was an enjoyable evening from a beautiful vantage point that I had never visited before. Also, I was able to put my hands on a rocky outcrop which, I have to admit, hasn't happened in quite some time. Please enjoy the brief video and feel free to leave comments at the bottom.
Keywords: 1080p, Camera, Colby Wright, D800, HD, Mount Olympus, Night, Nikon, Photography, Salt Lake City, Sky, Thunderstorm, Timelapse, Trail, Video, Wright
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