A camera that for 365 days has shot a tree in one of the beechwoods of the National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, which are the oldest in Europe. A tale made of images and sounds, through the seasons and the wildlife that revolves around this tree. It is part of Forestbeat, an innovative project by two photographers who have collected video, audio and photographic material from the forest for two years, generating a hundred beats, or 100 breathtaking photo shots and video material to tell everyone the beauty of these beechwood. The last beat of the project is this incredible video.

 

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Author: Chiara Marras

Sono Chiara, 28 anni, una laurea in tasca e tanti progetti in mente. Credo fortemente nel web come punto di scambio e divulgazione e penso che uno dei temi più urgenti in questo momento sia l'eco-sostenibilità. Perché allora non riscoprire il viaggio come unione con la natura e con la cultura locale?
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