It has been a while since I shared a good time-lapse, and even if it were a more regular occurrence, this one would deserve a feature. Yosemite is one of the most beautiful places in the continental US, and this timelapse was filmed throughout a 200+ mile backpacking experience through the area.
The team, lead by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill of Project Yosemite, spent a combined total of around 45 days in the Yosemite National Park. It took close to 2 years to film and process all of the footage into the absolutely stunning timelapse video that you see below. Enjoy.
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Besides being a little long (I can only stomach so much of timelapse footage), I feel like this is a great video. It shows the raw beauty and majesty of the Yosemite area, and really gives a sense of the place.
It is also super inspiring, and as usual, has given me the bug to go out and do a timelapse of my own.
What are your thoughts on this video? Do you think you could spend so much time on a single project and see it through to fruition? Share your thoughts in a comment below to join the discussion.