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There's no big machines in this barn raising time-lapse, just pure teamwork and man power. Once it all gets going, it's actually pretty awesome!
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It's Burning Man like you've never seen it. This time-lapse from Roy2k is spectacular and even has the people who put together the festival in awe!
If you didn't have plans to go to Australia, you might need to make them after watching this video. Joe Capra spent nearly two weeks shooting about 120,000 photos to put together this time-lapse of Australia's Gold Coast and it's incredibly breathtaking!
When you're having fun with fire, time sure passes by. Cars and Water recently decided to melt pocket watches for fun. Talk about a waste of time... Get it?
A mother has a very difficult time putting her twins to sleep in this adorably funny time-lapse from JukinVideo. Click here for the RTM reaction.
Mr. Garcin is an amazing collage artist and has done the covers for some of your favorite superhero stories. His entire process of creation was filmed by Autographer and turned into a time-lapse for Comic Con.
Over the course of five years in Rapid City, South Dakota, Tom Warner captured footage of severe storms and turned it into this remarkable time-lapse. Storms really can be beautiful when you're not stuck in them.
Pop/Rock band Hani Zahra is hoping you'll go bananas for their new video showcasing their song "A Malaise." The time-lapse shows artist and designer Emily Van Tassel transform a member of the band into a character from the movie classic "Planet of the Apes" for a pre-Halloween show last year. Her first dive into stage makeup and prosthetics is pretty impressive!
Spoiler alert! It melts. Leave it to Clickhole to come up with such a ridiculously funny concept. Watch as they (needlessly) demonstrate what happens to a stick of butter left in room temperature in this riveting timelapse video. Can someone pass the waffles, please?
Sometimes things go down smoother than how they go up. We're not talking about processing food, but actually the demolition of a building in Rennes, France. Over the course of 17 days, a building was demolished piece-by-piece with a motion capture camera documenting the action.
This might be one of the more adorable time-lapses you're ever going to see, if you like tortoises that is. It took hours for all the little things to hatch and the video is sped up 90-times faster than normal.
A lot of people think of Phoenix, Arizona being a boring, beige desert. Yes, it is a desert, but it is far from boring. This aspiring young filmmaker spent six months making this stunning time lapse of the beauty that Phoenix has to offer.