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A Hypnotic Time-Lapse of New Zealand's Coast
Aug 06, 2014
Filmmaker Martin Heck spent months traveling across New Zealand, sleeping under the stars, hiking mountains, and exploring the country's one-of-a-kind landscape. This is the fourth entry in his multi-part series, culled from his footage of the Catlins, Piha, the Marlborough Sounds, the East Cape, and coastal locations on the South Island.
Author: Chris Heller
About This Series
A curated showcase of short films selected by The Atlantic