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2018 Time-lapse Recap by Dennis Bernhard

2018 was a great year. I got to travel across the country and around the world. Here’s my best shots smooshed together into one day.

Thank you to everyone who watched my videos this year. This will be the last video for 2018. I’m off to Tokyo and India. Be on the look out for more videos in the new year.

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Bright Yellow by Dennis Bernhard

Yellow tree on the banks of Radnor Lake

Yellow tree on the banks of Radnor Lake

I really wanted to capture some reflections in the lake but it was a little too windy for long reflections. I still love the way the bright yellow on these leaves popped against the green around it and reflected in the little bit of calm water below.

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Yu Garden by Dennis Bernhard

Koi pond in Yu Garden

Koi pond in Yu Garden

Another of my favorite spots in Shanghai was Yu Garden. This is an ancient garden in the middle of Shanghai. It’s incredible how you can go from the hustle and bustle of one of the most populated cities on the planet, into one of the most serene and peaceful areas I’ve ever been to (minus all the tourists).

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The French Concession by Dennis Bernhard

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Shanghai has a very interesting history of semi-colonization. As part of that there is an area called the French Concession. As the name sounds, it is an area of Shanghai that was run by the french starting in the late 1800s.

This was my second favorite part of Shanghai. It’s has a completely different look to it. The tree lined streets really make you feel like you are walking through Paris.

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Narrows Of The Harpeth Hike by Dennis Bernhard

The best part about this park and the hike is that it's only a half hour away from Nashville but you really feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. The hike is pretty steep but not too bad. And when you get to the top, the view is well worth it. 

- Dennis

Waterfall Wallpaper by Dennis Bernhard

Rutledge Falls

This photo is a little different angle of Rutledge Falls. This is the main area of the falls which is off to the right side.

The water flow at this falls isn't overwhelming but focusing on this section with a long exposure gives a nice blur to the water. I also like the vertical orientation. I thought it would make a good phone wallpaper. 

- Dennis