Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: For the latest installment in his ongoing series of beautiful "choreographed time-lapse shorts" (previously), Kim Pimmel "combined everyday soap bubbles with exotic ferrofluid liquid to create an eerie tale."
Early Bird Special: The Milky Way makes its way across the skies over South Carolina in Randy Halverson's stunning time-lapse, "Tempest Milky Way."
After Hours: Paul Alexander Thornton (previously) uses ballpoint pens, tea stains, and watercolors to paint the skull of Hermes Trismegistus over the course of a week to the tune of an original composition aptly titled "Trismegistus theme."
Another Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: Artist Laura Lawson paints while the Omni-Tracker Prototype Motion Control System circles the room on a 12-foot rail system, capturing her process in a time-lapse piece aimed at showcasing her talent.
Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: London braces for a third night of rioting after over 100 were arrested and nearly three dozen were injured across several neighborhoods.
Meanwhile, the fires that charred the skies over North London were captured by a Tottenham resident in this minute-long time-lapse video.
Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: "A Day in California": Time-lapse footage of the Golden State set to the tune of Cinematic Orchestra -- now with 100% more tilt-shift!
Earlier: LA Light.
Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: A mysterious drifter is caught on camera inching his way across LA's 5th & Spring over the course of five minutes.
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