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Viewfinder: A restorative photo hike in nature, animated

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Take in nature through the Viewfinder of a camera with this calming animated short by VCRWORKS, an “animation, picture book studio” based in Seoul, Korea.

The film chronicles a restorative photo hike in the mountains that eventually leads to an open field, high up where time seems to matter a little less. It’s one in the studio’s series of nature appreciation videos titled Rhythmens. The music is by Mid-Air Thief.

exploring the forest
taking photos of mushrooms
gazing out on a field
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via The Morning News.

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