This is so beautiful.
This is so beautiful.
For Lakeisha, 100 days equals four dress sizes.
Ditch that New Year’s resolution to lose 10 pounds. These stunning time lapse videos from around the globe will leave you with one ambition for 2014: travel everywhere.
Featuring a gorgeous music video shot in all 185 of Oregon’s state parks, Benedict Cumberbatch’s dramatic reading of the new R. Kelly song, and what happens when you ask kids to draw what love looks like to them.
Earth has never looked so good.
New Jersey may not be the first place you think of for stargazing, but this may help change that. Pl
Including a heart-meltingly powerful true love story, the Russian police choir’s delightfully weird cover of “Get Lucky”, and a look at just how creepy it would be if you talked to people the way you talk to dogs.
Including the most gloriously entertaining airline safety video ever, everything you need to know about the cuttlefish, and the ultimate test of who’s better at doing stuff: drunk adults or regular babies.
You’re going to want to watch this in full-screen HD.
… And it’s actually incredibly moving.
When Emily Helck began treatment for breast cancer last September, she started taking a picture of herself every week. What she created was an incredibly moving document of her journey.
A lot sure can happen in nine months.
Photographer Sasha Aleksandrov created this time-lapse video showing a day in the life of Moscow’s streets. The video tracks a few of the city’s major tourist sites: St. Basil’s Cathedral, Spasskaya Clocktower Center and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.
Mother Nature, you so cray cray. AND AWESOME! Do yourself a favor and watch this in HD.
The more you know.
This gorgeous timelapse video was created by Philip Stockton who used rotoscope techniques to take 4-8 hours of day and night footage and combine them into a single sequence.
This superbly edited video highlights both natural and man-made beauty.
Shot over the course of 7 weeks at the Grand Canyon, this film is made from over 80,000 photos. It includes the solar eclipse that occurred on May 20,2012.
Kick back, relax, and pretend like you’re a pilot with this super chill video.
Noah Kalina provides this long awaited update to his Everyday project, with an additional 6 years of photos. Spoiler alert: Noah grows a beard!
So you have to go to work, but you have a litter of kittens at home. Solution? Webcam, and timelapse it for the rest of us.
In honor of One World Trade Center becoming the tallest building in New York, EarthCam has released an exciting time-lapse movie showcasing the construction progress from 2004-2012. Watch years of construction in just two minutes!
These are clouds in Hawaii. They’re better than your local clouds, as this video proves. Unless you live in Hawaii, I guess.
This gorgeous time-lapse video depicts the stars from low earth orbit, as viewed from the International Space Station. Give it a minute to load first, it’s worth the wait.
With timelapse cameras, BBC crews recorded a sinking plume of brine, causing the water to freeze in an icy sheath around it. Where the so-called “brinicle” met the sea bed, a web of ice formed that froze everything it touched, including sea urchins and starfish.
This beautiful footage of the Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake shows that Nepal isn’t just a country of frozen mountain peaks. Watch Video ›