We commissioned Dan Fox of Sound Intervention to produce a short film about the River Crake. A camera was set up in a garden next to the river to take a photo every 10 minutes.
In total over 40,000 images have been stitched together to produce a time-lapse film – A Year of the Crake. It shows the rise and fall, passing seasons and even passing ducks and canoeist. Images were also take along its 6 mile course from Coniston Water to Greenodd.
The sound track is made up of field recordings using a variety of microphones and hydrophones.
We think its a lovely film, hope you do too.