Photographer Kien Lam toured the world, visiting seventeen countries in his trip. For each country he visited, Lam captured images to finally create this wonderful time lapse video.
College football fans are probably the most passionate fans out there. And rivalries run deep. So deep, in fact, that fans will often jump at the chance to prove their undying faith in their teams by promising to do some crazy things if they lose. Of course if they win, the tables turn. That’s a gentlemanly wager, and it becomes an unbreakable social contract between fans with a simple shake of hands. It’s not crazy, it’s sports.
Amusing and fun advertisement from ESPN.
FirstLight is a video full of timelapse beauty and nature eye candy. It was quite fun to see the clouds float, appear and disappear in the sky. The video has been directed by Gaintatzis Pavlos and shot through Canon EOS 350D and 500D and the ChronoCon Dolly slider.
A creation of Sean Ohlenkamp, The Joy of Books is a painstakingly made animation that shows books coming alive at night and enjoying their life in a book store.
This footage was captured by Apollo 10 astronauts in 1969, showing a marvelous Earthrise from the moon.
Rube Goldberg machines are basically those that use an incredibly complicated process to get a simple job done. Joseph Herscher’s machine fits the bill pretty well. Triggered by a cup of coffee, the machine follows a series of steps to finally turn the page on the newspaper. Don’t ask what he’s going to do about the second page.
30 giant japanese hornets attack a hive of 30,000 bees. Now this is war, an epic fight where the hornets are vastly outnumbered. We’re not sure if the hornets yelled Madness? This is Sparta! before going out to war, so we’re forced to assume they did.
Rather than go down the beaten path, this awesome kid decided to get his loose tooth out by tying it to a nerf big bow. Top points for being a badass. This has been around for quite some time now, but hey, it’s cool!
Great precision and skill goes into the making of a Lamborghini as craftsmen laboriously pore over each detail, crafting it to excellence. But if the need be, the same skilled hands can put together a Lamborghini incredibly fast.
Humans and luggage follow very different paths in an airport. So what does the luggage see? The video by Delta Airlines explains it all. They rigged baggage with internal cameras and sent it along its jolly way.