I've finally gotten around to assembling 'real' timelapses out of individual images that I've photographed. Naturally, I started with my favorite subject, the Moon. 

The individual photographs for the full-Moon video looked like this:

And the final productlike this:

Vine's square format is bothersome, but it seems to retain a slightly higher resolution than the Instagram version.

I photographed the second timelapse tonight and assembled it so as to resemble vintage sci-fi films (including the soundtrack). The individual images I shot look like this:

The final video turned out like this:

Yet again, the Instagram widescreen version is worth referencing in terms of the way this mini-film is meant to be seen, excluding the resolution reduction.


Sometimes, early winter mornings are overwhelmed by silver and blue. It is those moments that you realize that even commercial Christmas-season decorations and color palettes are inspired by nature.

In motion, this surreal silver world looks like this:

And this macro image—as above, so below—is a testament to when you're inspired by Japanese sakura or plum trees in early spring, but all you have is snow!