Video: 30 hours of Alki Beach tides in 3 minutes

February 14, 2013 at 10:10 am | In West Seattle beaches, West Seattle news | 9 Comments

It’s the next best thing to a walk on the beach! The time-lapse video showing 30 hours of Alki tides is shared by Craig Howard, who writes:

I made a three-minute time lapse film of the tide cycle during our recent rather extreme tides (+12 to -1). We’re beginning to build a film catalog for our nonprofit, ExploreOcean, with tides being one of the fundamentals.

Just thought some of your readers might be as fascinated by the tides as I always am.

P.S. Any time you’re looking for tide info, we have it on the WSB Weather page.

9 Comments

  1. Good news! Soon the po po will be videoing all this for 5mill dollars!

    Comment by Erin — 10:26 am February 14, 2013 #

  2. Beautiful and interesting. Thank you for sharing this unique perspective on the treasure in our midst!

    Comment by LKT — 10:56 am February 14, 2013 #

  3. Lovely! Thank you for sharing.

    Comment by RachaelB — 11:18 am February 14, 2013 #

  4. Fascinating. It’s not only the water; the clouds are eyecatching, too.

    Comment by KatherineL — 1:06 pm February 14, 2013 #

  5. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by SLC — 4:28 pm February 14, 2013 #

  6. Thanks Craig, nice work!

    Comment by Kip — 6:12 pm February 14, 2013 #

  7. Loved it. Thank you, Craig!

    Comment by Lauren — 9:24 pm February 14, 2013 #

  8. Beautiful!

    Comment by David — 9:57 am February 16, 2013 #

  9. nice piece, thx from San Juan Is.

    Comment by John — 6:55 pm February 19, 2013 #

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