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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