You may already be familiar with the productivity sapping
Google Maps Streetview Player.
Input any two locations. Allow a little load time, then watch a timelapse-style journey (composed of stapled-together Streetview images) from one location to the other.
And that’s the rest of the afternoon sorted.
(H/T: Barry McKenna)
For the day that
appears to be in it.
A touristy but eye-pleasing 60 second timelapse of some of London’s most iconic sights by British photographer
Paul Richardson for Marriot International.
An extraordinary timelapse (shot at one second intervals) of a stationary
supercell thunderstorm over the Black Hills of South Dakota near Rapid City on June 1, 2015 filmed by landscape photographer Nicolaus Wegner.
Go full screen for optimum effect.
A four minute complilation of timelapse footage from the International Space Station by Russian blogger Dmitri Pisankodes.
A timelapse of this morning’s eclipse from Salthill, Galway, Co Galway.
Don’t stare at it.
Thanks Ian Donohue
Earlier: Is This An Eclipse?
From the top of the St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Dublin.
Piers Scott writes:
Because there was no point looking at the sky, I timelapsed the darkening of Dublin
A sumptuous timelapse of Rio de Janeiro that attempts to avoid ‘the cliches and stereotypes of this city to make a video that shows Rio with other eyes’.
Filmed by Rio natives Andre Delacerda and Diogo Fagunde
(Thanks Andre and Diogo)
Time-lapse video documenting Ireland’s victory over the Australians at Lansdowne Road Nua in the final game of that popular and often overpriced black stout series last Saturday evening.
Name that tune.
Video wizardry by
A timelapse of three sunsets at Saleen Beach, Co. Waterford, filmed in recent days.
(Thanks Leah Burgess)