Miracle. All of It.

Long. But worthy. And esp. don’t miss the scenes @ 11m 33 sec.


Notes:

  • Post title Inspired by Albert Einstein’s quote: “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.

Comments

  1. Wow , that was truly spectacular!!

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  2. Great Einstein-quote, although not even half the quotes attributed to Einstein he has neither said nor written.
    Thanks for the YouTube-link.
    All the best
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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    • Klaus; I think THAT quote is truly an Einstein quote. But of course most of all quotes are quoted wrongly…. or were not coined by the author thereof.

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      • Thanks a lot, dear Kiki. Could you, please, be so kind and give me the source.
        Thank you
        Klausbernd 🙂

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        • I am quite sure because I have visited several times the Einstein Museum in Bern, Switzerland and I should hope THEY knew which quotes to link to him… 😉 Can’t offer you more, sorry.
          As an Einstein fan I sincerely hope that that is one of his.

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          • Dear Kiki,
            thank you very, very much.
            Oh dear, we have to admit we visited the Einstein Museum in Bern as well, but we can’t remember.
            All the best
            The Fab Four of Cley
            🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  3. This was amazing!!

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  4. What an über-amazing film this was, and such fabulous story telling too. Thank you for sharing this pearl. Well worth my Sunday time!

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  5. Watched from start to finish. Keys to awesome photography include, being at the right place at the right time, being prepared, patience ( remember patience?) and having sleeves. Time for some “bankers ink”, DK 😊

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  6. magnificent is right!

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  7. An unexpected treat this morning in Laurel Canyon. Thanks!

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  8. This was an amazing video, and I’m glad you posted it. I have to say though, like many videos nowadays, they added that stupid background noise. In this one I had to fight to shut it out of my head – a constant dundudundundundundundundun. I wanted to shut off my sound but didn’t want to miss what the guy was saying, so I suffered through that. But everything else about the video was really fantastic.

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  9. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Miracle indeed!! … Inspired by Albert Einstein’s quote: “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

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  10. Awesome footage! Thanks for sharing. I’ve been to Florida many times; it’s what Quebecers do, wearing their tiny speedos. Truth is, I dislike that beach vacation scene, not to mention a week in Disney with kids that left me needing a week off to recover. Next time i go, if there is one, will be with my telephoto lens, as far away from the beached Canadians in their little bathing suits and I can manage. 😂

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  11. that was spectacular…

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  12. Unbelievable!! The magic in the mullet migration…and if everyone carried an A-9 in stead of an AK-47, maybe there would be far more random beauty to be captured ad sacred…I can’t get over the shots he was able to get…

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  13. Wow, wow, wow! Just got around to watching this film. Absolutely incredible, but those surfers? Nuts! You wouldn’t find me with a big toe in the water during a feeding frenzy like that. 😳

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  14. Top stuff David we have Ospreys on the River here in Lossiemouth here for another month but you don’t see the scenes like this with fish avoiding sharks or indeed catching two different types – just mental 🙂

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  15. OMG!!! Truly mesmerizing! Thanks for sharing.

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