A Day in the Life of New York City

My old home town in time lapse video. Thanks Ian for the excellent find. Have a good weekend all.

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  • Davor Bakovic says:

    I thank to the creators of the film and to others that brought it to your site !!it does look like looking at model of the city but on the other hand,for the moment i have an urge to frize the moment,the frame,and look into microcosmos of the frame( a man exchanging garbage bag),couple doing Thai-Chi under the bridge)and many others.At moments takes me to the “Matrix”.An again it is the puls of a city!!

  • Andre says:

    A great video. It has special meaning I think for those of us who’ve ever lived in NYC. Brings back memories and feelings that I’ve never gotten anywhere else. One man might make the mountains his home; another, the forest. A woman, at 50, might want to sabbath on a beach. But I spent my 20’s in the Apple, and would that I might do the same now that I’m 30 years older. Thanks for the feeling.

  • mike says:

    who did the song?

  • mike says:

    looked a little harder

    composed by Human, co-written by Rosi Golan and Alex Wong.

  • Merrilee Foley says:

    It is amazing how much traffic is moved safely, both pedestrians and vehicles. I have visited NYC, but never lived there. I found this miniaturization effect interesting to watch. Thanks.

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