Tag Archives: time lapse

Optical Illusions

Everyone loves optical illusions. If you don’t… well, I don’t have to finish that sentence because every loves optical illusions! There are many awesome illusions floating around the web, and I’m sure you’ve seen the majority of them. Here, I … Continue reading

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Technicolour Alaska

“There are some things in this world that everyone deserves to experience with their own eyes. I headed to Alaska in February with the hope of catching a glimpse of the Northern Lights with mine. That glimpse turned into an … Continue reading

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The Sun Rotating

“Does the Sun change as it rotates? Yes, and the changes can vary from subtle to dramatic. In the above time-lapse sequences, our Sun — as imaged by NASA‘s Solar Dynamics Observatory – is shown rotating though the entire month of January. In the … Continue reading

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Time Lapse – Mirror City

This is a beautiful, trippy, abstract, and wonderful visual story by Michael Shainblum, through some of the great American cities: Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. “These clips were all processed from their original form, into the … Continue reading

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Time Lapse – Slow Life

Slow Life is a gorgeous time lapse video of the “slow” marine animals, such as sponges and corals. It’s incredible to witness their movement and spurts of growth, which is impossible when viewed in real time. They come alive in … Continue reading

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Snowtime

This is a wonderful video showing a microscopic time lapse of snowflakes. It shows how they grow and expand, the unevenness of it, the precise yet random flow of it. Beautiful. Onwards!

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Time Lapse – The Aurora

“Sometimes, after your eyes adapt to the dark, a spectacular sky appears. Such was the case in 2011 March when one of the largest auroral displays in recent years appeared over northern locations like the border between Norway and Russia. Pictured in the above time-lapse … Continue reading

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Time Lapse – The World Outside My Window

A simply wondrous time lapse video of the Earth, taken from the International Space Station. This is a follow-up to the equally brilliant All Alone In The Night time lapse, which I posted earlier this year. “This montage of time-lapse … Continue reading

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A Shore Of Infinity

A Shore of Infinity is a beautiful time lapse video by Tadas Janušonis. Tracing clouds, thunderstorms, and stars, the power and energy of nature is clearly visible. I also love the effect of seeing the sky reflected in the lake. … Continue reading

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Noctilucent Clouds And Aurora Over Scotland

“Why would the sky still glow after sunset? Besides stars and the band of our Milky Way galaxy, the sky might glow because it contains either noctilucent clouds or aurora. Rare individually, both are visible in the above time lapse … Continue reading

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