John Gussman

John Gussman

VIDEO — “A Winter’s Day,” a salute to our rainy and beautiful Peninsula

JOHN GUSSMAN — the Sequim-based cinematographer who documented the $325 million Elwha River restoration/dam removal project — has shared “A Winter’s Day,” a 3-minute video of our rainy — and beautiful — North Olympic Peninsula.

“Rather than stay home on a rainy day, I decided to go embrace the weather and shoot some stock video at two of my favorite locations on the Peninsula,” says Gussman.

“Lake Crescent was in a very calm, serene mood while at the same time Rialto Beach on the coast was in full fury. Two very different moods of mother nature. (NOTE: If the video starts to jerk, turn off blue HD letter on bottom right of player).”

A Winter’s Day from John Gussman on Vimeo.

Gussman is co-director with Jessica Plumb (of Port Townsend) of the prize-winning “Return of the River.” The film tells the history of the Elwha River, the decades-long efforts to remove its Elwha and Glines Canyon dams, and the restoration efforts to bring salmon runs back to the southern 70 miles of the river.

To learn more about “Return of the River” and Gussman’s other projects, click on www.elwhafilm.com; phone him at 360-808-6406 or email [email protected]

Plumb can be reached at 360-821-9665, or email her at [email protected]

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