This is a short film created during the “Porgrave” shooting, the latest film by Sandro Bocci, that will be released in late 2015. …Meanwhile… shows the world of marine animals like corals and starfish at high magnification and during long time span through the timelapse. The music almost alien and disturbing has been joined to the images that stimulate mental associations to create a contrast, stimulate synesthesia and feelings do not necessarily harmonics and assonant.
This is an infinitesimal part of the wonderful world in which we live and of which we should take better care. A trip through a different perspective that would encourage reflection on the consequences of our actions on each scale of space and time.
Images and editing: Sandro Bocci
Original Music: Maurizio Morganti
Featured: Protoreaster linckii, Scolymia , Fungia, Trachyphyllia, Symphyllia, Euphyllia divisa wilde, Zoas mix, Alien eye zoas, Tridacna maxima.
A special thank’s to: Nicola Musacchio, Mario Fagioli, Julia Set Collection.
Archive for the ‘Fish’ Category
Nannostomus mortenthaleri, known as the coral red pencilfish is a recent, and very welcome addition to the hobby. It was described by Paepke and Arendt in 2001 as N. marginatus mortenthaleri in honour of Mr Martin Mortenthaler, an Austrian fish exporter. It was promoted to full species rank by Weitzman et.al. in 2003. It is still much sought after and remains an expensive fish to buy. (more…)
Corydoras eques is one of the many small, armoured catfish from South America that are so popular in the hobby. An attractive little fish, its relative scarcity means that it costs rather more than its more common cousins. First described (as Osteogaster eques) as long ago as 1876 by the Austrian zoologist Franz Steindachner it has only intermittently appeared on importers lists.
Laubuca dadiburjori, known as the dadio, orange chela or orange hatchetfish is an interesting little danionin. More commonly found under the old scientific name – Chela dadiburjori it is an under-rated fish that is ideal for a medium-sized community tank of peaceful fishes. L. dadiburjori was first described in 1952 by the grandly named Ambat Gopalan Kutty Menon it was named in honour of one of his assistants – Sam Dadyburjor.