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City of Champions || Boston 4K Timelapse from Bushell Film on Vimeo.

WARNING: Adult language used.

It took more than 80 time lapses, 64,000 raw photos, a helicopter and two years of hard work. Four students from Emerson College in Boston took on the massive undertaking of showintg the city in its beauty, from city skylines to the New England Patriots' championship parade. Simply stunning!

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