Dustin Farrell stitched together raw still photographs of the Arizona and Utah landscape to create the most amazing time-lapse nature video you’ve ever seen.
Circle of Abstract Ritual took 300,000 photos of riots, wildfires, paintings in abandoned houses—two years and zero graphics to make.
It takes a community to raise a barn. 10 hours of work down is now a 3-minute mesmerizing time-lapse video. Gives new meaning to the phrase “All in a day’s work.”
Truly, to call this a time-lapse doesn’t do it justice. The city sparkles and comes alive.
Come fly with us, for just a few minutes.
Warning: Not for the squeamish. Behold the healing machine that is the human body!
Looking at the goodness that was built after 9/11. Three years, one time lapse.
Carl Bosch can wish extravagant success for his former students, but all he can hope for is basic goodness.
Photo courtesy of Adam Magyar.