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The Last of the Snow in Boston Has FINALLY Melted

Winter was wicked cold in Boston. The remaining snow in the city finally melted this past week. Yeah — it's July. Boston got a record 110.6 inches of snow this past winter, and it was contained to a "snow farm" that was once 75 feet high. Apparently the trash under all the snow helped insulate the pile, delaying the melting process. No, really.   View Now

A New York Minute

Our very own community manager Heather captured this amazingly beautiful and breathtaking timelapse footage of the city that never sleeps, New York City. The views are courtesy of the One World Observatory.  View Now

Background Tells a Story in This Pregnancy Time-Lapse

Pregnancy time lapses are really fascinating to watch, but Sam Stonehill took his a step further. He used the background as a window into what was happening in his and his partner's lives during the pregnancy. It covers the baby gifts they received, ultrasounds, moving, and much more. Stonehill also plans on doing a time-lapse of his son every day for the next twenty years, so make sure to keep up on his progress here. View Now

Volcano Erupts in Chile

A volcano in Chile erupted Wednesday for the first time in more than 42 years. People were affected within a radius of 12 miles and had to evacuate their homes. The ash cloud from Calbuco spilled into the sky for seven miles. View Now

1 World Trade Center Elevator is a Virtual Time Machine

From the time the doors close until they reopen at the observatory, the 1 World Trade Center elevator will have virtually taken you through the history and development of the New York City skyline, from the 1500s to today. The time-lapse is amazingly breathtaking and just immensely fascinating. View Now

Flowers Burst Into Full Bloom in Beautiful Time-Lapse Video

This beautiful time-lapse was inspired by a love for nature and taken to the next level with a vintage sight and sound. It took four months to shoot the 21 flowers, with between 200 and 1400 pictures of each, and we think it was most definitely worth it. Check out the mesmerizing imagery set to "Three Guesses" by Linda Scott. View Now

Soaring 20,000 ft. Over the Himalayas

From Teton Gravity Research, "these are some of the most stable, crisp, clear aerial shots of these mountains ever released, which include Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse." View Now

All the Pretty Colors of the Ocean

An aquarium in Italy served as the inspiration for this amazing imagery created by fluid dynamics. See how all of the colors and shapes change during this incredible underwater art piece. View Now

Time-Lapse Captures the Breathtaking Beauty of Growing Ice Castles

Spectacular. Amazing. Beautiful. Breathtaking. That's the only way to describe these ice castles and the time-lapse which captured all of the hard work that went into growing the winter wonderlands. These particular frozen castles can be seen in Midway, Utah, and we just can't say enough how visually incredible they are. Just watch! View Now

NYC Residents Turn out in Droves for Protest March

Folks in NYC turned out in Droves for Saturday's "Millions March" and Vinay Pulim captured this video and produced a stunning time lapse to show the large amount of people in the protest against police brutality. View Now

The TV Guide Channel and Other Blasts From the Past

A decade has passed since the days of dial-up, flip phones, MySpace, and Ja Rule. If you grew up with these things your future kids will think you lived in the stone age. And for those of you who are thinking we're talking about the 90's, that was 20 years ago... yeah, we know: "Whaaaat?!?" Via BuzzFeed. View Now