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Top Ten Nature Time Lapse Videos

Posted by Kirk Mona Monday, October 19, 2009
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I've searched the web for the ten best time-lapse videos that show off the incredible workings of our universe. Enjoy. Please vote for your favorite in the comments!

Time lapse video of the Simi Valley fire in California, September 28-29th 2005.



Time lapse video of a huge Amanita muscaria mushroom growing in someone's back yard.


Time lapse video of the Galactic Center of the Milky-way crossing the night sky at the Texas Star Party.


Time lapse video of ants eating a dead lizard. This is nature's recycling in action.


The best aurora time lapse I have seen. An entire night compressed into four minutes. Be sure to check out how much they light up the landscape.


The ubiquitous flowers blooming time lapse.


One year on the Ice. A time lapse showing a year's worth of changes in Antarctica.


One month of coastal erosion in Alaska. This is global warming in action. You can actually watch the thawing land wash into the sea.


The Great Arctic Ice Melt. Only part of this is time-lapse but it shows the impressive change that occurs from winter to summer in the Arctic.


Stunning time lapse of landscapes, sunrise, weather and stars from Japan. Available in HD too!



There you have it. Now scroll back up to the top where the comments link is and let me know which one is your favorite!

~Kirk

1 Responses to Top Ten Nature Time Lapse Videos

  1. Loved the norhtern lights.
    Although the bones dancing at the end of the ant-eaten gekko was neat.

     

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