Video Spotlight: MOVE

  • Paul Tavner
  • 29 April 2012

A short but sweet addition to the Video Spotlight archive this week: an imaginative clip that puts a new spin on the time-lapse format that we know and love.

Part of a series of three minute-long films commissioned by STA Australia, MOVE condenses several months of travel into a 60-second highlight reel, but connects the footage together in an impressive and innovative way.

While it may seem slightly at odds with the slow travel philosophy we try to promote here at The Travel Word, MOVE really does a fantastic job of summarising what’s so exciting about travel – the feeling of waking up somewhere new and of stringing together destinations by making yourself the connection.

It also echoes the experience of flicking through old travel photographs, which is something the digital age hasn’t quite replicated just yet.

MOVE, by Rick Mereki, is a vibrant exciting clip that inspires us to do exactly what it suggests. We hope it inspires you too.

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Paul Tavner

Born and raised in the heart of the British countryside, Paul has lived and worked in London for the last four years. He loves most things about city life, but tries to make regular escapes on travel adventures to maintain his sanity. Paul is Techie-in-chief of the Travel Word and tries his best to keep things running smoothly behind the scenes.
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