Posts Tagged ‘Time lapse photography’

Flowers that bloom in the spring

May 13, 2017

These time-lapse photos were taken by Jamie Scott over a period of three years.  The background music is an original composition by Jim Perkins.   I found this video on the Colossal and kottke.org web sites.

Moon over Australia

October 24, 2015

Hat tip to my expatriate e-mail pen pal Jack and his friend Marty.

Nicholaus Wegner’s Stormscapes

December 13, 2014

Time lapse photography of storm clouds over the American Great Plains

Hat tip to kottke.org.

These are best enjoyed full screen with the sound turned up.  Awesome!

An Amish barn raising in Ohio

September 13, 2014

This time lapse video shows more than 100 Amish men erecting a whole barn in just under eight hours.

It is an example not only of neighborliness, but of teamwork, precision and know-how.

Every volunteer seems to know precisely what he is doing, and to do it without getting in the way of anybody else.

A 360-degree time lapse view of the night sky

July 13, 2014

Awesome!  Hat tip to Notes to Ponder.

Birth of a thunderstorm

June 1, 2014

This is awesome.  Hat tip to kottke.org.

Creatures that live in slow motion

April 11, 2014

Corals, sponges and other marine life are mobile creatures.  They build coral reefs and are important to the earth’s biosphere.  But they live at a different time scale than human beings, so we can see their movement only with the help of time lapse photography.

Click on the link below for more.

http://notes-from-dreamworlds.blogspot.com.au/2014/03/slow-life.html

A world city in motion

January 12, 2013

If you don’t know what the Lion City is, look at the credits at the end of the video.  Or click on Reddotsg’s blog for a web log originating in that city.

From birth to 12 years in under three minutes

May 18, 2012

Canary Islands’ sky and sea in motion

March 17, 2012

These great time-lapse pictures were taken by Daniel Lopez, a professional “astrophotographer.”

Click on Daniel Lopez on Vimeo for background on the photographer and his work.

Hat tip to The Agitator.

The beauty of Yosemite

February 12, 2012

Time-lapse photography brings out the beauty of a scene in a way that ordinary still or video photography cannot.

You should view this in full-screen mode to fully appreciate it.

Hat tip to Making Light.

Sub-zero on the Great Plains

December 23, 2011

My favorite planet

November 19, 2011

When I consider the state of politics and the economy, I feel depressed.  When I contemplate the state of science and the arts, I cheer up.

Michael Konig of Berlin made this video from still photographs taken by the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration from the International Space Station.  It is a kind of interface of science and the arts.

Click on Earth | Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over for background on this video, and Michael Konig, Berlin for his home page.  Hat tip to Jason Kottke.

85 years in 40 seconds

November 3, 2011

The lunar year

July 16, 2011

More wonders of time-lapse photography.

Hat tip to Jason Kottke

Wonders of time-lapse photography

June 18, 2011