Today the Department of Awesome Natural Phenomena is marveling at the jaw-dropping sight of the Grand Canyon becoming a roiling sea of clouds: This breathtaking time-lapse video was shot by filmmaker Harun Mehmedinovic for the SKYGLOW project (previously featured here), which aims to educate viewers about the dangers of urban light pollution. Show More Summary
The Grand Canyon is already stunning on a regular day, but when an unusual phenomenon called full cloud inversion sweeps through the natural wonder, it's a once-in-a-lifetime sight to see. SKYGLOW is a crowdfunded project with the aim...Show More Summary
Among the many incredible images captured during this Grand Canyon time-lapse video from the SKYGLOW Project is a phenomenon called a “full cloud inversion,” during which clouds get trapped between the walls of rock formations, forming a sort ocean filled with puffy clouds.
This time-lapse video of the Grand Canyon is insane and shockingly beautiful. SKYGLOWPROJECT.COM: KAIBAB ELEGY from Harun Mehmedinovic on Vimeo. Related on EcoSalon 40 Gorgeous Photos of North America The Grand Canyon Like You’ve Never...Show More Summary
Filmmaker Jamie Scott celebrates spring with a time-lapse parade of the season’s harbingers: flowers springing to life. It took him a total of 3 years to compile the footage. One of those things that we’re grateful is just here for free for us to enjoy. Amazing stuff.
A new time-lapse video from Atlanta-based company OxBlue shows off the speedy six-week repair of the collapsed I-85 bridge.
(Oregon State University) Research using time-lapse photography in the Galapagos Marine Reserve suggests the presence of a key multilevel 'trophic cascade' involving top- and mid-level predators as well as urchins and algae.
A single sweeping shot seems to capture an entire spring season of blooming flowers in this artfully directed time-lapse video, which took three years to record and complete. Filmmaker Jamie Scott captured almost all of the footage on a soundstage in the closet of his New York home, often against a black backdrop, placing the …
Artists Steeven Salvat and Jan Theo do something very rare – they work together simultaneously on the same illustration to create a single cohesive image. This time-lapse shows them working from the edges towards the middle of one of their amazing drawings.
Thanks to New York-based filmmaker Jamie Scott we can experience the awesomeness of spring whenever we like. Scott spent three year shooting time-lapse footage of a wide variety of flowering blooming. All of those buds becomings blossoms...Show More Summary
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On the gray days of a fickle spring, when rain or the pollen count has driven you indoors, this time-lapse video is here to remind you of the good things the season brings. Jamie Scott's four-minute video starts off with amaryllis blooming, then continues: grape hyacinth, daffodils, tulips, cherry trees, and more. Show More Summary
A specialized type of adaptive-optics technology that has been demonstrated by taking high-resolution time-lapse images of functioning brain cells might be used to better understand how the brain works.
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C919, China's first self-developed passenger plane, is set to make the maiden flight on May 5. The Chinese state TV released the time-lapse video to show its building process.
Aerial photographer Jack Johnson captured this stunning 4K flyover of Japan’s cherry blossom trees, and with the help of an app called Litchi was able to repeat his drone’s flight path, allowing him to show them gradually blossoming. From BBC Two’s Springwatch.
Time-lapse, bird’s-eye video shows thousands of protesters marching toward White House for action on climate change https://t.co/yoYEIbNWAO pic.twitter.com/jNpi7WceZi — CNN (@CNN) April 29, 2017 I’m dutifully ignoring the Cheeto-In-Chief rally, though I saw a report there were actual skinheads in attendance. Show More Summary
A time-lapse radar loop from Regional and Mesoscale Meteorology Branch shows today's storms billowing like a fire dancing over gasoline. The image (and the storms) cover the U.S. from West Texas to Pennsylvania. [via]
Sales Wick of BeyondClouds has the benefit of being both a commercial airline pilot and a pro photographer, which allowed him to capture this time-lapse footage of the night sky from the vantage point of his 777’s cockpit as they flew across the Atlantic towards South America.