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Posts Tagged ‘Time Lapse’

New York City: Jonas Blizzard 2016 Timelapse

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

We set out to cover New York City’s 2nd biggest snowstorm since 1869. Central Park total snow accumulation at the end of the winter storm was 26.8 inches.

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Nevada’s Highway 50: The Loneliest Road in America (Timelapse)

Monday, January 4th, 2016

New Yorker Byran Dai travels Nevada’s portion of Highway 50, The Loneliest Road in America. While many have traversed this legendary stretch of road, very few have captured the entire journey start to end time-lapse style.

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Chicago, IL: O’Hare Airport Time Lapse

Friday, January 1st, 2016

During a recent trip to Chicago, I captured some beautiful time lapses of the very very busy Chicago airport. This airport has a massive traffic jam of plans going all over the place. I tried to capture some of the insane amount of planes in the time lapse.

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Denver International Airport Construction Time-Lapse

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Denver International Airport is flying high after the opening of its Hotel and Transit Center, also known as the South Terminal Redevelopment Project. Witness three years of construction – including the development of a 500-room Westin hotel and creation of a public transit center – with EarthCam’s construction time-lapse!

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EarthCam Timelapse: University of Kentucky Commonwealth Stadium

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

Cheer on the Kentucky Wildcats at Commonwealth Stadium with EarthCam! After a $126 million renovation, the New CWS reopened during the University’s sesquicentennial. Watch interior and exterior construction from June 2014 – June 2015 in less than two minutes with this time-lapse.

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Oakland, CA: Port of Oakland Time Lapse

Monday, March 2nd, 2015

A day (or two) in the life of the Port of Oakland. Located in San Francisco Bay, the Port of Oakland is the USA’s 5th busiest container port, and handles over 2 million 20-foot cargo containers every year.

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Denver, CO: Repairing the Pecos Street Bridge Over I-80 (Time Lapse)

Friday, July 11th, 2014

Colorado DOT reconstructs the Pecos Street Bridge over I-70 outside of Denver. This 60-second time lapse video makes it look easy!

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Washington State DOT: Ferry Construction Time Lapse

Monday, December 23rd, 2013

The video captures construction of Washington’s newest Olympic Class ferry, 144-car Tokitae, from the start of construction through summer 2013.

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Loveland, CO: Big Thompson River Diversion

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

As a direct result of the flood’s damage, eroding river banks were getting closer to the area’s 48-inch water transmission line, which was the last pipe of three main lines that bring treated water to the town. It was determined that the best solution would be to force the river water away from the pipe. Something drastic had to be done, so it was decided to bring in trees to lie across the channel to create a dam to divert the river. ”
-Amber Wilson,

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Denver, CO: Pecos Street over I-70 Construction Time Lapse

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

-cdotmedia on YouTube

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