The wonders of nature are awe inspiring. From the fury of storms to the beauty of the Northern Lights, all around the world there is beauty to behold; you needn’t go far. In the following time-lapse, photographer Jeff Boyce of Negative Tilt Photography highlights some of nature’s greatest wonders across the United States, driving approximately 20,000 miles and taking about 70,000 images. The result is this 5-minute jaunt through tornados and storms, featuring stunning footage of the Milky Way across deserts and Aurora Borealis in Canada.
From nature’s light show to the brewing clouds of an impending storm that dumps water from the sky, the time-lapse is absolutely breathtaking as we get a peek of what Mother Nature can do. Here, on the West Coast, as we’ve been in the middle of some uncharacteristic midsummer tropical storms, I’m able to appreciate seeing nature at work from the comfort of my air conditioned office via laptop screen. Parts of the video look surreal, almost CGI-created as the natural phenomena speeds by.
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You can also purchase individual canvas/photo prints of frames in this video above and see more of Jeff Boyce’s work here: