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Coral Colors: A breathtaking video by myLapse

Published Oct 12, 2016

‘Coral Colors’ is a stunning time-lapse video capturing the movements of vividly colored coral formations. The video was created by Barcelona-based production company myLapse, and its composition required nearly 25,000 individual images.

“The production team hopes the film attracts attention to the Great Barrier Reef, encouraging watchers to take a deeper interest in one of the natural wonders of the world that is being rapidly bleached due to climate change.”

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