Haven't you ever wondered just how a hornet's nest comes to be? Be stumped no longer because Insects Sniper has captured the intricate process of a queen hornet constructing her nest in a stunning time-lapse. View Now
It's difficult to truly capture Mother Nature's majesty, but time lapse photographer Chris Biela pulls it off in this gorgeous cinematic tribute to "The Badger State!" Take a peek at nature's hidden wonders as Chris guides us through the breathtaking forests, rivers, lakes and urban cityscapes of Wisconsin.
Take a break from your hectic day to enjoy this gorgeous time-lapse production set in Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park. Did you know it's the latest in a breathtaking series dedicated to the National Parks dotting America—More Than Just Parks—by the Pattiz Brothers? View Now
If all road construction was this cool, they'd sell tickets to watch the show! In fact, the particular road-building technique Shire of Moora is showcasing only requires two simple steps. We've got the best seats in the house too, thanks to an aerial photography drone.
What would happen if you filmed one second of your life every single day for an entire year? Well, that's exactly what YouTuber Morgan Yates did in 2016. The result of the yearlong project is pretty spectacular. View Now
This viral Latvian family puts a cheerful, artsy spin on their second pregnancy journey. Watch mom Armands Alps's belly grow in a stop-action video chronicling the growing family's adventures at home, the beach and the finally the exciting moment we meet adorable baby number two!
Best friends and sisters-in-law, Jenna and Kendra finally planned a simultaneous pregnancy and you know what that means? Time lapse music video! Watching these two enjoy each other's company and bask in the beauty of pregnancy, is so sweet. Congratulations! P.S. - Awesome music choice! View Now
They say New York is "the city that never sleeps," but photographer Aaron Keigher's got a theory that no city ever really sleeps either. Just watch the lights come on as the sun goes down! He's visited more than 15 of America's most famous urban centers to film this breathtaking transformation from day to night. View Now
Los Angeles is definitely known for its hustle and bustle combined with beautiful scenery. Joe Capra's panoramic timelapse "Pano LA" took two years to film and features areas all around the city. It was shot in true panoramic form using two synced cameras side by side. View Now
On The Coast Photography's gorgeous high-to-low tide timelapse of a Burntcoat Head Park beach in Nova Scotia reminds us of draining all the water out of a pool. The natural beauty of the Bay of Fundy is amplified because you never see it happen as quickly as this out in nature!
There are no aliens here—just the dazzling beauty of Mother Nature and her underwater corals! Just try not to stare too long at Antonio Rodriguez Canto's hypnotizing close-up time lapses, though. Believe it or not, these beautiful ocean animals get their psychedelic colors from the algae floating around the oceans—you just have to pull up an undersea chair to watch the show!
For most desert dwellers, summer clouds warn of lightning, dangerous flash floods and a lot of dust! But when Arizona storm-chasing photographer Mike Olbinski looks at the seasonal monsoons that southwest locals name "Haboobs", he sees a breathtaking symphony of color and elements. View Now
You have to actually watchHeather Rooney sketch these wrinkled aged hands to believe they're not photographs! Each delicately shaded line of pencil lead somehow all blends together to create a remarkably life-like masterpiece. Don't miss Heather's other jaw-dropping recreations of historical photographs and the entire "Harry Potter" celebrity cast!
With a heavy heart, John Smith decides to shave off his six-month-old beard. As he uses the classic straight razor, John gets creative. He tries out a few new looks for his temporary mustache. In the end, John says goodbye to all of the facial hair, noting that he will never forget their time together. View Now
No aliens here. Sorry!
Just guys on riding mowers with TOO much time. He literally goes over his backyard four or five times to make this cool crop-circle-looking design. Does it bother you that he missed about half a yard of grass in the process? Maybe he could give us a couple hints about the history of Stonehenge, too. View Now
Tan Nguyen found a nest of robin's eggs in his yard and wanted to make a timelapseof the eggs hatching. So he set up his GoPro and let nature do its work. Except, nature had other plans in mind for the eggs, which didn't involve the chicks inside the nest becoming productive members of society. View Now
Photographer Jeff Frost has released a stunning time-lapse video of the wildfires that ravaged Californa in 2015. The initial release is part of an ongoing project that he calls "Fire Chasers: California on Fire." Frost risked life and limb to get close to the fires and capture these stunning images that show the power and beauty of mother nature. For more images and video of Jeff's breathtaking work, visit his website. View Now
To an artist, the world is their canvas. And to Girl Grey Beauty, she's made her lips a canvas. The makeup artist spent an hour creating a work of art on her lips, and turned it into a fascinating five-minute time lapse. The process itself is a work of art, and can be seen in full here. View Now
Vienna, Austria, is a city rich with history, architectural marvels, and sausages. Although anyone can try their canned cold cuts, not everyone has the opportunity to visit this magnificent city. Luckily, FilmSpektakel put together a storytelling time lapse of the city that is so immersive, you'll want to stamp your passport after watching it.
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Eran Amir went through hours of tedious work to create the amazing stop-motion animation, "Run Baby Run." Amir made multiple models of a baby running, took over 2,500 unique photographs of the baby, and put them all together in this impressive short film. Watch the behind-the-scenes video about Amir's process below: