Sometimes the combination of images and sound is powerful enough to remind us how lucky we are to live in the exact time and place that we do.
In this case, the place is the beautiful golden state of California, and the time is right now.
Don’t know what I mean? Check out the embed below.
The “Golden State” video was originally produced by photographer Hal Bergman as pitch work for the California Board of Tourism, but Bergman has now chosen to publish the vid publicly on Vimeo. The soundtrack is a song called “Intense Rocks” composed by Sebastian Watzinger.
Bergman says that each clip you see in the final product took on average 1-3 hours to shoot, with locations including the following: Alabama Hills, Big Sur, Bombay Beach, Death Valley National Park, Gilroy, Inyo National Forest, Jenner, Joshua Tree, Lake Tahoe, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Malibu, Mono Lake South Tufa Reserve, Mount Shasta, Napa, Onyx, Owens Lake, Salinas, San Diego, San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, Santa Monica, Sequoia National Forest, Venice, Weldon, and Yosemite National Park.
And if you’re digging the luscious time-lapse style vids set to inspiring soundtracks, we’d also recommend taking a look at the following:
A Trilogy of Lights (L.A. at Night)
A Perfect Day at the Getty
A Day at the Santa Monica Pier
Running on Empty: L.A. Without People