Lights Out

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Lights Out: Photographer Joe Capra spent 17 days in Iceland this past June taking advantage of the midnight sun to capture 38,000 stunning images across 2,900 miles. This short time-lapse film is the product of his journey.

He writes: "My advice to everyone out there, photographer or not, is simple... You MUST visit Iceland so

Lights Out

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Lights Out: Five weeks of Burning Man 2011 in five minutes flat.

[nerdcore.]

Early Bird Special

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Early Bird Special: Turns out there's some pretty cool stuff going on outside.

[robsheridan.]

Time-Lapse Thing of the Day

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: 5000 miles + 3000 photos + 923 people + Tom Green + a few naked girls = Benjamin Jenks amazing hitchhiking journey from LA to Maine, captured in a single slightly seizure-inducing time-lapse video.

[thanks benjamin!]

Time-Lapse Road Trip of the Day

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Time-Lapse Road Trip of the Day: Traveling coast to coast from Seattle to Maine, YouTuber smithje77 (and his dog) documented their 3000-mile journey by auto-snapping a photo every 90 seconds along the way, and compiling the result into a dizzying 5-minute cross-country whirlwind.

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Early Bird Special

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Early Bird Special: Alex Lee pays homage to his hometown of Tokyo with a tribute video that combines super slo-mo, stop motion, and time lapse.

Music: "...And the World Laughs With You" by Flying Lotus (ft. Thom Yorke).

[reddit.]

Time-Lapse Thing of the Day

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: 600 photos from Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth strung together by science educator James Drake to form a stunning time-lapse video of the view from the International Space Station as it orbits the Earth over North and South America.

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