Ever seen a failed attempt at building a fire? Probably, but not in a timelapse!
Quickly I stumbled through my bag to grab all of the necessary ingredients to cook up this tasty timelapse of a sunset in Mexico.
Ever seen a river delta at it’s lowest tide? What about at it’s highest? How about a timelapse of it doing all of it’s magicalness? Open this post and you will have!
You never really know how big a place is until you see it from above. Check out a timelapse of this sprawling Mexican city from above.
Wait for it…. wait for it…. and BOOM, explosions in the sky at Boulder Land Joshua Tree, California.
Watch as the clouds envelop the sky, mountains and each other. This timelapse is about 2-3 hours scaled down to around 30 seconds! Enjoy.
Take a few seconds to enjoy an hour outdoors. With a timelapse you can watch hours go by in merely seconds. Watch the fluff of the sky roll through.
Watch as floods of people navigate through a concrete jungle. None other than New York City.
The Night’s Twinkle is spectacular. On any given night you can see the sky riddled with beautiful shinning stars.
A timelapse from the top of the cliffs of California’s coast capturing the “Storm of the Century” rolling in.
Montreal has a beautiful hill in the center of the city. There are various outlook points and one that faces East for a beautiful sunrise.
The Hoyo De Pelempito is a marvelous site to see. A huge valley that would take one days to cross.