Time (Lapse) Travel: New York City's Skies and SkylineExperience a breathtaking perspective of Gotham
Just when you think you've seen New York City's iconic skylines and heart-thumping hustle from every imaginable angle, you're stopped in your tracks by a new, breathtaking perspective. For two weeks in September, time lapse gurus Thom McCallum and Vincent Guglielmina filmed 321 shots to be used for the 2013 US Open broadcast on ESPN, and created this video with their footage.
The footage includes stunning views of clouds - both dark and stormy, as well as cotton ball puffs - rolling above the city's classic sights, flanking the skyline and Central Park, and images depicting the city's rapid pace, shown here at breakneck speeds. An added bonus? The completely funky soundtrack makes the viewing experience pretty darn excellent.
(via 5 things I leaned today)
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