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Five Fantastic Time-Lapse Videos

We like time-lapse videos here at Onelargeprawn. It’s been an age since we did a compilation of any sort andtToday seems like a good time as any and we’ve hunted the world wide webs to bring you not one, not two, but five time-lapse videos. Honestly, we love you that much.

Our first video comes from Vimeo user François Vautier who had a clear case of ants in his pants scanner. He scanned the nest once a week for five years.

Hit the jump for the remainder of the videos.

Guy Walks Across America

Our second video is a bit of viral marketing from Levi’s Jeans. It uses 2770 photos to create a stop-motion, time-lapse journey of a guy as he sets off from the Brooklyn Bridge in New York and walks the breadth of America to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzRKEv6cHuk

Floating Point

It wouldn’t be a time-lapse compilation without views of Japan. Our third video is courtesy of Samuel Cockedey, a French photographer who lives and works in Tokyo.

Bathtub IV

In our fourth video, conveniently entitled Bathtub IV, Australian photographer Keith Loutit combines the art of tilt-shift and time-lapse to show the sights of Sydney in miniature.

Red Dead Redemption: World in Motion

Our last time-lapse video comes from the world of gaming and more specifically from the universally acclaimed Western epic, Red Dead Redemption. This four-minute piece shows the beautiful vistas of the immersive world created by Rockstar San Diego and is accompanied by the haunting score from the game.