Max Galka of Metrocosm has created an amazing interactive map that records the formation of new cities over the course of 6,000 Years, from 3700 BC to AD 2000. Watch the video below, as the world’s cities are born one-by-one in 3700 BC and continuing up to the present.
QCPTV posted another documentary Kuwait: Discover the Opportunity showcase the future projects that will take place in Kuwait. The fascinating short documentary talks about business opportunities and investment in Kuwait and examines a new legislation that allows companies to be 100% foreign owned. The ongoing 13-minute long video is produced for British Airways media in-flight entertainment… Continue reading Kuwait: Discover the Opportunity
Photographer Julian Tryba and Michael Sutton have been working on a new time-lapse technique called “layer-lapse.” By showing different regions of a scene at different points in time, a layer lapse takes us through a trippy, psychedelic visual ride. In the video below, both photographer have traveled through Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California to capture… Continue reading Timeless Dreams
Kuwaiti photographer Sarah Alsayegh has gone to extraordinary lengths to captures some of the most beautiful landscapes in world. Included in her spectacular collection are Kuwait City, Dubai’s skyline, Saudi Arabia desert, Iceland’s famous iceberg lagoon, and the beauty of the array of red sandstone formations in Arizona.
Back in June 2013, Bryan Chan and his four friends lost their GoPro after using a balloon to send it 98,000ft high. Two year later, the team got a phone call from a woman who found a strange box with their names on it. In it was the camera and all of the original images still… Continue reading Lost GoPro Found 2 Years Later With Stunning Shots
Photographer Jeff Boyce created an fascinating time-lapse video that perfectly captures the natural phenomena of the world that alters our natural systems and causes the climate change. The “Edge of Stability” is a result of 70,000 photos and nearly 32,000 kilometers (20,000 miles) of driving across 15 states. Watch the video below.
Filmmaker Tyler Hulett created a spectacular time-lapse of Mount Hood in Oregon, as part of his ongoing Discover Oregon video series. The video was shot April through May 2015 on the edge of Oregon’s upper Hood River Valley. via: Laughing Squid
Yestervid posted a video of the very early film footage of London, including a modern shots of the same location today. Also features maps carefully researched to show where the camera was. Arranged by location, 46 shots of classic footage with a twist and an inspiring soundtrack.