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Video Of The Day: Florence Time-Lapse

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I came across this time-lapse video from a New Year's outing in Florence, Italy, on Vimeo (user MattBen) today. It struck me immediately as dramatic, but also mesmerizing. The time-lapse starts off and ends with slow sounds and visuals. The video climaxes in the middle with chaotic and dissonant music paired with footage of people moving along the streets of Florence furiously. Time-lapses are something I like because, when done well, they present to us the image of a longer span of time in a place than a single snapshot can provide. With that we can view the changes that take place in a destination over the course of a few hours, a day, weeks, or months. If you know of any good time-lapse videos you'd like to share with us, please do so in the comments.

Visit the La Specola Museum in Florence, Italy

Filed under: Arts and Culture, Festivals and Events, Europe, Italy, Video

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