2015 in 6.18mins

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2015 in 8.18 min

Once again, my last day of the year catch up. 2015 was an awesome year but it went by too quickly, even faster than Speedy Gonzales!

 It is seems like last month that I flew to Norway in hope of orcas feeding alongside humpback whales. But since January, I have been back to Norway twice for expeditions to the Arctic and in couple of weeks, I will be flying there again for another chance with the orcas.

Really theolder we get, the faster time seems to fly…in the blink of an eye, I will be 60...very big sigh! .I wish for more time or a clone of me! So much to do, so little time.

There is math that explain the fact - as we get older, the year seems shorter. Just so you know, at 20, a year is 20% of your life and at 80; a year is 1.25% of your life. Check this out – the link at the bottom of this mail.  

 So time is precious and to save you time in reading a lengthy catch up letter, I will share with you my 2015 in 6.18mins. I hope you will like it especially the firework bits at the end – the fireworks of the ocean is much better than the Sydney harbour bridge 7 million dollars NYE any day.  

Enjoy!

https://vimeo.com/awtimate/awesome2015

 Whilst our mind may still be willing, our body may be weak. The older we are, the greater the sense of urgency to accomplish whatever in our bucket list.  Live each day as if is your last, get on that adventure that has been on the back of your mind.  Life is short…it is not too late to live your dream. I hope you will join me in my adventure in 2016. 

My DEEPEST thank you for supporting my work and I hope to see you again soon. Meanwhile, have a very merry New Year and all the very best in forthcoming endeavours.

Michael

Ps/ if seeing 20,000 groupers mating alongside 700 sharks or an in water experience with orcas or crocodiles, or salivating within the realm of our planet richest reef or an ambition to go swim among leopard seals and penguins in the Antarctic or simply wish to shoot better pictures under or above water, write me and I will get you started immediately.  

The math to see your years in time - http://www.maximiliankiener.com/digitalprojects/time/

 My 2016 – join me if you can 

Jan:  Norway – orcas and whales

Feb: Cuba - sharks and crocs

March: post production

April:  Sri Lanka – whales

April: Aniloa- Essential and Advanced photography workshop

May: Socorro - giant mantas and sharks

June:  Iceland – special expedition

June – July: South Africa – sardine run

August –  very special expedition

Sep – Raja Ampat –  special extended expedition

Nov: Norway - orcas and whales

December – Antarctic on the agenda

2017

Feb – Socorro & Bahamas

March - Cuba

July – Fakarava – groupers and sharks

Aug - Galapagos

Once again, my last day of the year catch up. 2015 was an awesome year but it went by too quickly, even faster than Speedy Gonzales!

 It is seems like last month that I flew to Norway in hope of orcas feeding alongside humpback whales. But since January, I have been back to Norway twice for expeditions to the Arctic and in couple of weeks, I will be flying there again for another chance with the orcas.

Really theolder we get, the faster time seems to fly…in the blink of an eye, I will be 60...very big sigh! .I wish for more time or a clone of me! So much to do, so little time.

There is math that explain the fact - as we get older, the year seems shorter. Just so you know, at 20, a year is 20% of your life and at 80; a year is 1.25% of your life. Check this out – the link at the bottom of this mail.  

So time is precious and to save you time in reading a lengthy catch up letter, I will share with you my 2015 in 6.18mins. I hope you will like it especially the firework bits at the end – the fireworks of the ocean is much better than the Sydney harbour bridge 7 million dollars NYE any day.  

Enjoy!

https://vimeo.com/awtimate/awesome2015

Whilst our mind may still be willing, our body may be weak. The older we are, the greater the sense of urgency to accomplish whatever in our bucket list.  Live each day as if is your last, get on that adventure that has been on the back of your mind.  Life is short…it is not too late to live your dream. I hope you will join me in my adventure in 2016. 

My DEEPEST thank you for supporting my work and I hope to see you again soon. Meanwhile, have a very merry New Year and all the very best in forthcoming endeavours.

Michael

Ps/ if seeing 20,000 groupers mating alongside 700 sharks or an in water experience with orcas or crocodiles, or salivating within the realm of our planet richest reef or an ambition to go swim among leopard seals and penguins in the Antarctic or simply wish to shoot better pictures under or above water, write me and I will get you started immediately.  

The math to see your years in time - http://www.maximiliankiener.com/digitalprojects/time/

 My 2016 – join me if you can J

Jan:  Norway – orcas and whales

Feb: Cuba - sharks and crocs

March: post production

April:  Sri Lanka – whales

April: Aniloa- Essential and Advanced photography workshop

May: Socorro - giant mantas and sharks

June:  Iceland – special expedition

June – July: South Africa – sardine run

August –  very special expedition

Sep – Raja Ampat –  special extended expedition

Nov: Norway - orcas and whales

December – Antarctic on the agenda

2017

Feb – Socorro & Bahamas

March - Cuba

July – Fakarava – groupers and sharks

Aug - Galapagos

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