Amazing lady bug swarm video and music

Amazing lady bug swarm video and music

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September 23, 2009 |  by  |  From The Web

Following along the lines of the previous post Amazing Kuroshio sea aquarium video and music, This is yet another such video. Michael Ramsey shot this during the annual lady bug swarm at the mountains above Boulder Colorado using a Canon 5D with Canon L Series lenses (24-70 and 70-200).

Song is Dandelion Wine by Gregory Alan Isakov from the album This Empty Northern Hemisphere.

5D and EX1 Lady Bug Swarm from Michael Ramsey on Vimeo.

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