Enjoy some relaxing music with 30 scenic photographs taken on a relaxing waterfalls walk around Ingleton In North Yorkshire, England, UK. This lovely waterfalls walk around Ingleton Waterfalls includes views of the lovely Yorkshire Dales. The Ingleton waterfalls trail has a rich variety of unique geological features and plant life that prompted Natural England to declare the Ingleton Glens a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Starting from Ingleton with the route rises beside the River Twiss, through the Twiss Valley’s Swilla Glen, over Manor Bridge and through Pecca Glen. It then provides views of First Pecca Falls from Pecca Bridge, Pecca Twin Falls and Hollybush Spout; then Thornton Force and along the Raven Ray ridge of rock debris left by a glacier, plus Raven Ray Bridge. The route then passes Scar End Farm, over an old Roman Road and through The Falls Refreshment Centre to the Doe Valley and the River Doe. The route then descends, passing Beezley Falls, Triple Spout and Rival Falls; then through Baxenghyll Gorge before arriving at Snow Falls; crossing a final bridge and through an old quarry back to Ingleton.
This is a 5 minute ambient background video that uses 30 still images of natural scenery photographed during a waterfalls walk around “Ingleton Waterfalls In North Yorkshire, England, UK” and is combined with relaxing music.
The theme of the image relaxation video is focused on natural scenery encountered during a waterfalls walk around “Ingleton Waterfalls”.
This ambient background video uses 30 natural scenes taken on a Waterfalls walk around “Ingleton Waterfalls”.
The audio of this ambient background video is simply relaxing music with a slow tempo which I feel has a calming effect on the listener.
This simple image relaxation video uses a series of 30 photographs containing a variety of images of natural things within each scenes. Nature images are thought to have a calming effect and are good for relaxation.
The image sizes used for this image relaxation video are all uniform and the images fill the screen completely. Each image is allocated a 10 seconds time span for display to the viewer which is a good length of time. When the transitions are taken into account each image is fully viewable for approximately 8 seconds. These factors aid the focusing of attention and relaxation.
At the start of the video there is an introductory scene with a title displaying the location of the walk scenery. There is also a narrow band on the bottom of the video for the company name and copyright notice. This has been designed to have a low visual impact so that there is very little distraction to the viewer.
There is a fade-in from black and a fade-out from black for the introductory scene. Between each of the 30 nature scenes there a slow cross fade transition. Also, at the start of the 30 nature scenes there is a slow fade-in from black transition and at the end there is a slow fade-out to black transition.
There are no special techniques used in this ambient background video.
This ambient background video is focused on natural scenery encountered during a Waterfalls walk around “Ingleton Waterfalls” with 30 photographs used. This variety of natural images provides interest to the viewer and is also good for providing a calming atmosphere. The audio is relaxing music which I find calming.
I think this is a good video for use as an ambient background video to provide a calming atmosphere whilst undertaking other tasks. It can be used in sequence with other videos or placed on repeat play. There is just a single title image at the beginning of the video and no interruption at the end, just nature images and relaxing music.