Time-Lapse Thing

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: A piece of luggage lined with six camera lenses takes a tour of life "beyond the black rubber flaps" on its way from Atlanta to New York aboard a Delta passenger plane.

[devour.]

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: Rob Whitworth captures the raw, frenetic energy of Ho Chi Minh City with a time-lapse video composed of 10,000 RAW images from around Vietnam's largest city.

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Everyone who has visited Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam knows part of the magic (love it or hate it) is in the traffic. Ever since I first set foot in HCMC I have been ca

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: From Ben Canales, John Waller, Steve Engman, and Blake Johnson of Uncage the Soul Productions, "Finding Oregon is the compilation of six months of timelapse photography across the state of Oregon, punctuated by a 1600 mile road trip in September."

We've filmed the Columbia Riv

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: Ken Murphy of Murphlab made good on his promise to record 365-days-worth of time-lapses of the skies above the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco.

Above is the completed mosaic he created using 365 individual time-lapses. More information on "A History of the Sky" is available

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: 24 hours of Downtown Dubai set to Paul Mottram's "Out of the Darkness."

[sexygeeks.]

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Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: For the first time in nearly a century, Washington's White Salmon River is flowing unimpeded by the 125'-tall Condit Dam, which was breached by a controlled explosion on October 26th.

It took the reservoir less than 2 hou

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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