Meanwhile, In Mongolia of the Day: Footage of a nomadic Mongolian family erecting a temporary home known as a "ger" or "yurt" in just over an hour set to Mongolian throat music.
You can learn more about the ger (pronounced "gair"), the Shagdarsuren family, and traditional Mongolian customs in Dan Grossman's report for National Geographic.
Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: Yosemite National Park gets a loving time-lapse tribute courtesy of Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty of Project Yosemite.
This whole project has been an amazing experience. The two of us became friends through Vimeo and explored a shared interest in timelapsing Yosemite National Park over an extended period of time. We'd l
Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: Red Peak Branding conducted a "unique urban experiment," wherein they locked up a "fully loaded bike" complete with all the bells and whistles to a bike post on a busy SoHo street. They then snapped a photo of the bike every day for a year.
Spoiler Alert: A good chunk of that time was spent snapping photos of other people's bikes.
The Year Of Living Photographically of the Day: In the twilight hours of 2011, photographer Michael Chrisman made his way to Toronto's Port Lands to pick up the pin-hole camera he had trained on Hogtown's skyline 365 days before.
The year-long experiment in extreme exposure yielded the "snapshot