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Joel Edwards creates a visual postcard of Seattle, using light and motion to create a snapshot of the city.

Video gives the traveler a way to share the world exactly as they see it. Joel captured his visual postcard of a city often associated with rain with clear skies and sun (which is usually the way I’ve seen Seattle in my adventures.) The way a filmmaker tells their story and the way gives the viewer a look into the way he or she travels, what they are looking for and, perhaps most importantly, what they actually find.

Video created by: Joel Edwards

 


 

About The Author

eric warren

Eric is a travel writer, photographer and filmaker with an unhealthy love for all things transportation.

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