Weekend Sky #13 – Jan 2nd

Let’s start differently!

As 2021 is here now, there’s a glimpse of hope and prosperity in our hearts.

What happened in 2020 will certainly not fade away from our memories and daily discussions so easily but a brand new set of 365 days is in our hands now.

So, let’s do something different, shall we?

So, for this episode of my Weekend Sky challenge, which is the very first one for 2021, I’m not sharing a sky photograph from my archive.

In fact, I’m sharing something a little different 🙂

One of the amazing things I enjoyed in 2020 is the time I spent in my home with family, while working from home as well, which is definitely a big blessing.

Unlike so many others, I never considered myself being stuck at home and missing the world outside in 2020 because I had plenty of time to pursue my love for making videos, especially time-lapse videos.

Which I certainly did and I’m very much proud about it.

Here’s a little sad part related to this; despite making these videos, I was unable to get enough time to edit them properly and share them on my YouTube channel, which was certainly a bummer for me.

But as I just said, a brand new year is here and doing something different should be the motto.

So, I would like to present this brand new short film from my VI:IV Films project.

It’s a short montage of a few cloud-lapse videos I’ve captured at my home’s rooftop. The sunset part in the end is actually the last sunset of 2020, which I captured specifically for this short film. Click here to view this video on YouTube directly.

I’m able to capture stunning time-lapse footages of nature around me using Framelapse app on my Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 smartphone. This app is for Android smartphone and I’m unable to find a version for iPhone or iPad on Apple Store but there are plenty of other time-lapse capturing apps for iOS, so do check them out.

I’m planning to share more mesmerizing cloud-lapse videos like these on my blog, so stay tuned 🙂


As always, the sky photos by fellow bloggers for episode #12 of Weekend Sky are truly mesmerizing and I invite you to check them out by clicking on the links below:


Follow the steps below to join this challenge:

  1. Create a Weekend Sky post on your blog.
  2. Add the title of your post as Weekend Sky #(episode number) or you can use your own title, if you prefer it.
  3. Insert the tag of WeekendSky in your post’s Tags section.
  4. Create a pingback to my post by inserting my post’s link in your post or mention the link of your post in the comments section below.
  5. All done 🙂

I’m looking forward to see nature’s most majestic wonder from your part of world.

Wishing you a lovely weekend 🙂

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41 thoughts on “Weekend Sky #13 – Jan 2nd

  1. Tranature - quiet moments in nature April 4, 2021 / 2:26 AM

    What a glorious time-lapse video Hammad, thank you so much for sharing! 🤗🌞

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    • Tranature - quiet moments in nature April 4, 2021 / 1:32 PM

      You’re very welcome! 🤗

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    • Hammad Rais January 5, 2021 / 7:22 PM

      Thank you so much. I’m working for those great things this year, so feeling quite excited about them 🙂

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    • Hammad Rais January 5, 2021 / 7:23 PM

      Thank you so much for sharing this, Aletta. I still have to check out episode #12 entries, so will check this also in coming days 🙂

      Like

  2. Andrew Blair January 2, 2021 / 3:12 PM

    Wonderful, a beautiful surprise. Circumstances limit my photography to within our local area.
    I am not sure what I might do to dress up such repetitive views.

    Again, very well done everyone, phone doesn’t let me like, there is much to like in this 12th & 13th challenge.

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    • Hammad Rais January 5, 2021 / 7:24 PM

      Thank you so much, Andrew 🙂
      Any sky capture is fine for my challenge, you know.

      Like

    • Andrew Blair January 6, 2021 / 4:48 AM

      Yes. Of course, I am getting bored with the views beneath them😒

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    • Hammad Rais January 5, 2021 / 7:27 PM

      Thank you so very much, Jez. Watching clouds like this is certainly so amazing and I love to capture them like this, whenever I can.
      Thanks for sharing your sky capture 🙂

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  3. bushboy January 2, 2021 / 7:05 AM

    A wonderful idea Hammad 🙂 love the birds at dusk 🙂

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    • Hammad Rais January 5, 2021 / 7:28 PM

      Hey Brian, thanks for the idea. I think I can gather more birds like this by placing a seed bowl on my rooftop. That would be more interesting 🙂

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    • bushboy January 6, 2021 / 2:19 AM

      Water as well will bring birds to your rooftop perhaps

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  4. Alison January 2, 2021 / 6:05 AM

    Love it Hammad ..very beautiful
    I’m not sure I could do this I might have a go though .Wishing you a happy and healthy new year ahead

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    • Hammad Rais January 5, 2021 / 7:29 PM

      Thank you so very much, Alison. If you can leave your camera outdoors for about an hour or so, I think you may be able to capture a video like this.
      Thank you so much for the lovely wish 🙂

      Like

    • Hammad Rais January 5, 2021 / 7:32 PM

      Thank you so much for watching and liking this little short film of mine. I love to capture time-lapse videos like this as they freshens up my mind completely 🙂

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