10/29/2012 Lake Michigan Stormy Seas caused by Hurricane Sandy

New footage in from Lake Michigan at a great lakes freighter was sailing through the 12-15 foot waves in the middle of the lake caused by the outer winds from Hurricane Sandy.

The numbers on the front of the bow are in feet with wave heights reaching up to 30 feet along the ship which normally would have a water line at 13 feet.

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10/19/2012 Denver, CO Fall Foliage B-Roll

Unseasonably warm, almost Spring-Like weather has been well in place across the Colorado Front Range with temperatures a good 10-15 degrees above average on Friday (Den official high at 74 for Friday). The warm temperatures, which have been around most of the week, have prolonged the Fall Color Season across the region with many areas along the Front Range still experiences brilliant fall color.

Video package shot in west Denver at Union Square Park. Includes various shots of fall colors. Opens with establishing shots of golden trees with the Hogback in the background and a fountain in the pond in the foreground. Following shots wide-angle of tall trees with the golden leaves. Several more shots of up-close leaves and color filling entire frame. Video ends with several wide shots of golden and fiery trees.

Videographer Choice – Scene 7 (00:57-1:06), shot with low-angle sun bleeding through golden trees as leaves gently fall in front of the camera in the gentle breeze.

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10/5/2012 Denver, CO First Snow and Fall Colors

PART 1 (0:00-1:41) – Nighttime Snow Squall

The first official snow of the 2012/2013 winter season fell early Friday morning in Denver with a quick half-an-inch of snow falling across the metro shortly before 5am on Friday. The snow lead to the first Front Range chain law on I-70 for the season as well. The snow was a quick hit with more possible early Saturday morning. Most areas saw snow falling less than 30-minutes, but many areas received an inch or less of accumulation on grassy surfaces.

Denver’s average first measurable snowfall is October 19, so this was two weeks early. The official Denver measuring site, DIA, measured 0.40″, recording it as the first official snow of the season.

Video includes shots of heavy snow falling in the lights. Several shots showing snow accumulation on vehicles in a parking lot. Couple shots of vehicles driving in the snow.

PART 2 (1:41-4:08) – Daytime Snow/Foliage

B-roll shots of foliage in Denver after the first snow. Opens shots of metro-area foliage with remnants of snow that survived the early morning sun. Various shots of the trees finally getting into fall now that the first snow is out of the way. Part ends with skyline shots of Denver with the low cloud ceiling.

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