The Life in the Ice by Yassine Ouhilal

Yassine Ouhilal spent three weeks in the freezing cold somewhere in Canada to make this time-lapse video. What amazed me are the scenes of the frozen layers heaving up and down as the water flows underneath, making the landscape look it's breathing.

The video is a bit long, just under 11 minutes long, but my favorite parts are captured in the first 3 minutes and the last 2 minutes. The video also features a contrast of old wooden cabins to modern architecture that look out of place in this cold and harsh landscape  - but that's what makes the whole thing interesting.

Time Lapse animation created with over 180,000 individual photographs shot over a period of three weeks in February 2012 that depicts the subtle movements and patterns of the Arctic Pack Ice. This film was made with 5 Canon Rebel T3 Cameras shooting different locations simultaneously.  Yassine Ouhilal

This is the second time I've featured Yassine Ouhilal on this blog. I wrote about another film he worked on, Arctic Surf,a stunning video about arctic surfers that you can watch here.