Time Lapses

Students In Finland Made A Massive Snow Photography Display1m27s

Students In Finland Made A Massive Snow Photography Display

When snow falls, creativity takes over. Even though the white snow brings cold, it can have its beautiful side. Most of us know how to make a snowman out of the accumulated white cover, but there are some people that are such professionals and know how to use every single snowflake and turn it into an astonishing sculpture. In the middle of January 2015, students from the Kuusamo college at the University of Lapland in North Finland decided to use their skills and go beyond their boundaries. Using their imagination, they created a massive snow photography display. 30 tons of snow and one ton of ice were needed for this creation of art to get its final look. It took five days of hard work, tons of hot cups of tea and maybe even some exercise to warm their hands and bodies so they can stay longer on the freezing temperatures. At the end all of this was totally worth it. The final result will leave you amazed - a long snowy line where nine frozen photographs are being displayed and sculpture installations are filling the university yard. At night time, all of this looks even more beautiful. As you can see in this one-minute time lapse video, these students needed excavators for the snow, scaffolding to make the massive shapes and of course, crafty hands. By doing this big winter photography display they proved themselves in front of their professors and the rest of the world. We give them a well deserved A+! Good job you guys!

Jaw-dropping Milky Way time lapse is something to behold1m09s

Jaw-dropping Milky Way time lapse is something to behold

In our busy world, the night sky is often filled with city lights. If we're lucky, we can see a few dozen stars amidst the ever-growing light pollution on our planet. Take a minute, and step into the wilderness of Northern California, far away from any city, and watch the Milky Way galaxy dance across the dark night sky.

Published: December 13, 2017809 views
Mesmerizing Time-Lapse Captures Hikers Under The Milky Way Galaxy1m32s

Mesmerizing Time-Lapse Captures Hikers Under The Milky Way Galaxy

Watch this amazing time-lapse video composed of several hundred images showing the Milky Way Galaxy rising behind Mt. Rainier. As it zooms in, you can see the headlamps of the hikers as they ascend up Mt. Rainier in the middle of the night, under the stars. When put all together the images make one mesmerizing time-lapse video. This time-lapse was photographed in August of 2017 from around 11pm till 2am by photographer Mike Ver Sprill a.k.a. Milky Way Mike, taken during a New Moon when the sky is usually the darkest. When put all together the images make one mesmerizing time-lapse video. A local photographer captured a breathtaking view of the Milky Way galaxy descending behind Mount Rainier in the early hours. Watch the gorgeous, mash-up of earth, sky and stars and be amazed! Mount Rainier is the highest mountain of the Cascade Range of the Pacific Northwest, and the highest mountain in the U.S. state of Washington. It is a large active stratovolcano located 54 miles (87 km) south-southeast of Seattle, in the Mount Rainier National Park. It is the most topographically prominent mountain in the contiguous United States and the Cascade Volcanic Arc, with a summit elevation of 14,411 ft (4,392 m). Shooting stars are visible streaking across the dark sky, but what about those glowing lights on the mountain itself? They are mountain climbers, using their flash lights as they move up on the mountain in order to see and photograph the Milky Way over Mount Rainier. Milky Way and Mount Rainier go perfectly together! In order to get a photo of the Milky Way over Mount Rainier you need to be in the right spot at the right time of year. The spot seen in the photographs is a great spot in that it isn't too far of a hike and provides an unobstructed view of the mountain and the milky way. Be sure to check weather conditions as there needs to be a clear sky in order to see the stars. As far as time of year, the Milky Way is best seen in the summer months, but late spring or early fall will work as well.

Incredible photo restoration & colorization time lapse2m45s

Incredible photo restoration & colorization time lapse

We all have those dated and old photos lying around that look beyond repair. Well do not give up hope yet as it is possible to restore them to their former glory. A dated and damaged photo is put through a Photoshop session by user Joaquin Villaverde to help restore and colorize the image. The process took about an hour and a half and the incredible results are showcased throughout this time-lapse. Who would have thought that an old photo could be restored to an extent like this? The before and after is astonishing, so much so that the after looks almost like a modern day picture! It just goes to show you how powerful technology can really be! Technology is something that is truly amazing. It is evolving more and more rapidly and is making our lives easier. Just think that 50 years ago, much of the technology that we have today was only available in works of science fiction. Even the modern day cell phone has more processing power than the computers used to put a human on the moon. That is insane! Because of technology, our health is overall improving as new tech is used to treat illnesses that could be treated 100 years ago. Please share this video with your family and friends as this is one clip that no one should miss!

Sled Dog Team Rests Under Explosion of Northern Lights1m39s

Sled Dog Team Rests Under Explosion of Northern Lights

In the early hours of February 17, 2016, musher Laura Neese entered the Braeburn, Yukon checkpoint during the Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race. She then set about the task of caring for her team under a spectacular display of northern lights, or aurora. The Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race is a 1,000 mile race which spans northern areas of Alaska and Canada's Yukon Territory. On even years, as in 2016, the race starts in Fairbanks, Alaska and heads east into Canada. Mushers race by dog team from checkpoint to checkpoint, stopping to rest, care for their animals, and care for themselves and their equipment. Sometimes the teams stop at designated checkpoints - other times, they will pull off the trail and find a good spot to take a break. At designated checkpoints such as Braeburn, mushers will "check in" with a checker who logs their time, and also makes sure they have all their required equipment. This required equipment includes survival gear such as an ax and arctic sleeping bag for the musher. For the dogs, they are required to have booties for each member of the dog team, and enough food in case they have to stop and camp somewhere other than a checkpoint. After this check in, the mushers parks their team, lays out straw for each of the dogs for a nice warm bed, then begins cooking a hot meal for the dogs. While the dogs are resting, the musher and a veterinarian go about the task of checking each dog to make sure it is healthy and well. The musher will rub joints and apply cream to feet to keep them healthy. The veterinarian will ensure the team is well, and note this in a log book which must be kept with the musher at all times. This ensures that veterinarians at each checkpoint see the condition of the animals, and spot any problems. In this video, you will see all of this. You will see the musher, Laura Neese (in dark clothing), caring for her team. The persons in red and blue are part of the veterinarian team, checking the log book and the dogs. You can see the cooker in the foreground, fire blazing as she is preparing a hot meal for her dogs who are resting on their straw beds. It was a very cold night, about -30F below zero. Just before Laura and her team arrived at the checkpoint, there was a faint aurora display. Almost on queue as she was settling them in for their rest, the sky exploded with movement and color. Braeburn, Yukon is on the remote Klondike Highway, just south of the arctic circle and often receives spectacular aurora displays. The light you see in the center of the sky is actually the moon, rising up as the display raged on for several hours. What an amazing display of nature's beauty!

Veterinarian Creates A Realistic Dog-O-Lantern Pumpkin Carving1m30s

Veterinarian Creates A Realistic Dog-O-Lantern Pumpkin Carving

Jack-o-lantern is a carved pumpkin or turnip lantern, associated with the holiday of Halloween. The top of the pumpkin is cut off to form a lid, the inside flesh is scooped out, and an image, usually a monstrous or comical face, is carved out of the rind to expose the hollow interior. To create the lantern effect, a light source, traditionally a flame such as a candle or tea light, is placed within before the lid is closed. It is common to see jack-o'-lanterns on doorsteps and used as decorations prior to and on Halloween. This creative veterinarian Andy Manoloff from Indiana posted a fantastic time lapse video that features him creating a realistic dog pumpkin carving, conveniently calling it “Dog-O-Lantern,” of his beloved Pomeranian dog named Sophie. It is amazing to see how Andy starts from scratch and builds an impressive, detailed portrait of his puppy onto a pumpkin. He set a picture of his dog on the computer, and started carving his way out, giving the pumpkin a brand new design, glowing with the face of Sophie. This phenomenal Dog-O-Lantern pumpkin carving of Sophie will leave you wondering how does he do it with such an ease. The time lapse is completed in less than one minute, and the transformation is mesmerizing! This cool design, rich in detail, is real proof that talented people can turn anything into art!

Leah's pregnancy time lapse: 41 weeks in 3 minutes!3m09s

Leah's pregnancy time lapse: 41 weeks in 3 minutes!

Leah and her husband found out she was pregnant on 10/14/16 and their daughter Elisabeth Grace was born on 6/28/17, at 41 weeks and 2 days. This is their pregnancy journey. Special shout out to their favorite rescue pup Zeney for being their best friend and the best companion little Ellie could ask for!

Ant Army Dismember Moth In Super Cool Time Lapse53s

Ant Army Dismember Moth In Super Cool Time Lapse

There are creatures in nature that fascinate us with their beauty, while there are other that most people cannot stand. On such creature that people cannot stand is ants. They are more like a pests rather than lovable animals, one that gets in places that you do not want them too and are ultimately a burden on your everyday life. Once you get them in your house, they can be pretty hard to get rid of, Aside from this, ants are actually pretty fascinating creatures. There is something truly awesome and mesmerizing about the hive mind working as one! It seems that one such moment was created in this clip right here. Watch as these ants get to work when they come across a dead moth in this time lapse clip. It seems that no time is wasted at all as they deconstruct this moth in such a short period of time! We know, this clip can actually seem pretty gross but that is what makes it all the more fascinating! Ants are actually omnivores like us. They have a wide range of diet, ranging from plants to other animals like this moth here. Who knew that we had so much in common with ants? What we do know is that this is one entertaining video! Please share this video with your family and friends as it will surely fascinate them! This is one clip that no one should miss!

Incredible Time-Lapse Of Teen Over The Course Of 7 Years1m34s

Incredible Time-Lapse Of Teen Over The Course Of 7 Years

Having kids can be a joyous thing. Sure, they can be a lot of work to raise but those challenges are heavily outweighed by the amazing memories and love that they bring. The sad thing is that before you know it, they will be out of your care and having a life of their own. At first you will feel really sad, but then that sadness turns into pride as you managed to prepare them for their own lives. Kids really do grow up fast and this clip right here proves it. Hugo Cornellier takes a selfie of his face every single day from the ages of 12 to 19-years-old. It resulted is an incredible time-lapse showing growth and aging. Could this be the first selfie video on the internet showing time-lapse growth during the teen years? Check it out! This amazing clip took so much dedication to pull off. To take a picture everyday for 7 years is amazing. That is a total of 2555 pictures! Good thing that he stuck through with this idea or else we would have missed an amazing and memorable video! Please share this clip with your family and friends as it will surely interest them!

Time-Lapse Of The Lake With 'Earliest Remnants Of Life'23s

Time-Lapse Of The Lake With 'Earliest Remnants Of Life'

A breathtaking sunset time-lapse of Pavilion Lake, located in British Columbia, Canada. Captured over a 7 hour period, the footage consists of hundreds of photos stitched into this 30 second video. This definitely makes us want to sit back, relax, and enjoy some relaxing time away! Time-lapse photography is a technique whereby the frequency at which film frames are captured is much lower than that used to view the sequence. When played at normal speed, time appears to be moving faster and thus lapsing. Processes that would normally appear subtle to the human eye, like the motion of the sun and stars in the sky or plant growth, become very pronounced. The freshwater lake is actually been designated a Canadian Analogue Research Network (CARN) site by the Canadian Space Agency, as it offers scientists and researchers from around the world the opportunity to study the formation of microbialites. According to scientists, microbialites were common from 2.5 billion to 540 million years ago, but today are normally found in harsh environments, which demonstrates that they can also live in non-extreme environments. Having that in mind, the Pavilion Lake Research Project (PLRP) was established in 2004 as a joint NASA-University of British Columbia project to conduct science and exploration of this lake. It is specifically exciting for the scientists and astrobiologists who are particularly interested research geared towards the search for life in our solar system and beyond! It’s amazing how much we can learn from simply exploring the different areas of our own planet.

Time lapse captures caterpillar metamorphosis into chrysalis1m40s

Time lapse captures caterpillar metamorphosis into chrysalis

Nature is awesome, isn't it? You never know what you are going to stumble upon when you are inside of it. The amazing thing is how there is different things all over the planet. You can see a Blue Whale in ocean, a Rattlesnake in the dessert, a Deer in the forest, the possibilities are endless. That is what makes our planet so special. The insane thing is that there are still a bunch of things that we don't know about nature on Earth, and we probably won't ever find out about some of those things. Here we have a one of natures beautiful transformations taking place. Watch as this monarch caterpillar prepares to become a butterfly by changing into a chrysalis. How cool is that? As this caterpillar begins the first stage of metamorphosis, it becomes one step closer to spreading its wings as a beautiful butterfly. How awesome is that? Something about the whole process is so interesting. Did you find this cool or disgusting? Let us know in the comment section. Be sure to visit https://rumble.com/ for more awesome videos! Check out this awesome transformation!

Published: June 22, 201716,765 views
Old photo restored with unbelievable results38s

Old photo restored with unbelievable results

A dated and damaged photo is brought back to life through an Adobe Photoshop session. The incredible results are showcased throughout this amazing time lapse footage. What a difference it makes!