Very slow light shaft moving toward the view on top Bryce Canyon
Scene notes: On an overlook at Bryce Canyon in winter. A low-level stratus layer slowly gives way to light. Similar to another clip with more lighting, the snow begins to brighten near the end of the clip. The lowlands glow in the sun’s radiant intensity. This means they both absorb some of the light and emit it in all directions.
Time-lapse length (30 fps):
44 seconds and 2 frames.
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