Part 2 of our White Mountains mini-series offers you a time-lapse overview of the dog truck loading process. The "real-time" video is about 20 minutes long, so this video is speeded up to 8x normal speed. It goes by pretty quickly, but we bet some of our sharp-eyed Dog Log viewers will pick out a lot of interesting little insights.
For example, besides the obvious progression of the dog yard going from full to almost empty, keep your eye on the dogs who don't get loaded. As the crowd thins out, they get more and more frantic to be picked next. Even Bullet who is normally so staid goes almost crazy on the far right of the frame. Right up until the very end, that is, when she figures out she's not going and sits down in acceptance of her fate. It's almost heart breaking.
In the next part of the series, I'll show you the footage that you can see me filming during this video. From overview to close-up, we try to show you everything here on the Dog Log! (Many thanks as always to Jonathan Coulton for the use of the soundtrack song!)