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Autumn in New England, by GoogleGlass


While on furlough, I took GoogleGlass for a walk to watch the leaves turning.

Here's my favorite, a 10-second clip I made while standing absolutlely still, moving nothing but my head.


I captured the foliage with natural light, no filters. But, as this nearly four-minute clip illustrates, I still need work panning my with head and walking at the same time. #nogum




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Mimi Whitefield

This is lovely

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