The Big Apple in Incredible Time Lapse Video

In this beautiful time lapse video, Josh Owens (aka Mindrelic) shows us New York City as we’ve never seen it before. We begin with an unassuming shot of a boat in a harbor, but then the action picks up. We pass quickly through iconic landmarks of the city – Times Square, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Holland Tunnel, and the New York Stock Exchange – right before seeing the city from the vantage point of a passenger in an NYC cab.

The footage was shot over multiple days using the Canon 5d Mark II dSLR and the following lenses: Canon 14mm 2.8L, Canon 24mm 1.4L, Canon 50mm 1.2L, and Canon 70-200mm 2.8L. The video is one of the best time lapses out there, a stunning tribute to the city that never sleeps.

Eugene Buchko is a blogger and photographer living in Atlanta, GA. He maintains a photoblog, Erudite Expressions, and writes about what he reads on his reading blog.

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