From desert mountain tops to the Bonneville Salt Flats, YouTubers drifted outdoors this week in search of dazzling images for their videos. Brigham Young University’s Cougarettes performed incredible feats in a behind-the-scenes look during one of their photo shoots. Lindsey Stirling also included beautiful vistas in her recent music video, “It Ain’t Me.” On the other hand, YouTube Channel “What’s Inside” kept to their backyard to discover what traffic lights are really made of.
Alex Boyé sang with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in the annual Pioneer Day concert on July 14. The program honored the Mormon Pioneers who entered the Salt Lake Valley 170 years ago and was recorded in the Conference Center on Temple Square. Boyé sang a variety of songs, including “Where You Are” from Disney’s “Moana” and “I Want Jesus to Walk With Me,” an African-American spiritual.
Watch the BYU Cougarettes strike a pose for a BYU photo shoot on the Bonneville Salt Flats. The stunning images capture the dancers in midair during the sunset.
Lindsey Stirling takes a Selena Gomez and Kygo cover to new heights as she records her latest music video on top of a mountain trail. Performing “It Ain’t Me” while accompanied by her band, Stirling even brings her dog along for the jam session.
At 51 inches high, a traffic light is much bigger than the YouTube channel “What’s Inside” expected. Watch the father and son duo investigate what the basketball-sized traffic lights are really made of.
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