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But even if you have been to the Huntington dozens of times, you may now see it in a new way and enjoy some of its wonder from home when you can't make it there, thanks to a new Huntington video project titled In Motion.
"In Motion will feature a variety of video series that will bring new light to the unique physical spaces, collections, and processes that constitute The Huntington," said Kate Lain, New Media Developer for the Huntington's Office of Communications, in a Huntington Blogs entry on Friday.
The first series titled Videre, Latin for “to see,” will focus on re-seeing through highlighting sights, sounds and sensing at the Huntington, noted Lain.
The first video in the series, “A Song of Pebble and Line,” was filmed in the Helen and Peter Bing Children’s Garden.
"Designed to highlight each of the four elements—fire, earth, water and air—the Children’s Garden is an invitation to explore and discover for visitors of all ages, but especially for kids aged two to seven," .
Watch the video below and see what sights and sounds you notice that perhaps you haven’t before.
What do you think of the Huntington’s first In Motion video? Do you plan to watch more?