An extraordinary high quality color pictures of Riyadh in 1950, taken by Dr. Darrell Crain. The photos came from the Crain family who donated the photos to the Washington D.C. public library. Dr. Crain was an American doctor who was brought to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in April 1950 to treat the late founding King Abdulaziz… Continue reading Stunning High Quality Color Photos of Saudi Arabia in 1950s
Filmmaker Stef Hoffer posted a video of a bird’s-eye aerial footage taken with a DJI Phantom 4 drone hovering over China to show the spectacular diversity of landscapes around the country.
The video you’re about to watch is almost 23 years old. Mat from YouTube channel Techmoan posted an amazing high definition footage of New York City that was filmed in 1993, and as you know, in the early 90’s, its a bit too early for HD video. The video was recorded from a D-Theater HD DVHS demo tape. Mat provided additional information in a follow up video.… Continue reading You Won’t Believe How Old Is This Video!
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
It’s called Haohan Qiao, Brave Men’s Bridge in English. The 300-meter-long (984 feet) structure is now officially the longest glass suspension bridge in the world. The glass walkway suspended a stomach-flipping 180 meters (590 feet) above ground, hanging between two cliffs at Hunan’s Shiniuzhai National Geological Park in south china. The bridge was originally made of wood, but engineers began… Continue reading World’s Longest Glass Suspension Bridge
UK-based photographer Jamie Brightmore posted a time-lapse video of a bird’s-eye aerial footage taken with a DJI Phantom 2 drone hovering about 400 feet off the ground above London. The video is part of a new technique called “Satlapse”, developed by Brightmore, which appears to look like a high resolution satellite image.
Photographer Aidan Brooks created a time-lapse of the beautiful city of Kuwait. The video was shot back in March over a period of 6 days. The video below is available in 4k resolution.
Miguel Alves da Costa and Nawaf Alshuraian has created a spectacular hyperlapse time-lapse video of the most beautiful places in Kuwait, and in my opinion it doesn’t get any better than this. The video perfectly captures everything that makes Kuwait so amazing, and the visuals, well, they’ll blow you away.