Boston Layer-Lapse Video Presents a New View of Boston

This is a whole new timelapse technique and, as a result, a whole new view of Boston. Known as a layer-lapse, this video by photographer Julian is mind-blowing. You can read more about layer lapse and this video on Gizmodo.


Photographer Captures Radiant Purple Salt Ponds of San Franciscos

In one of my recent articles for Conde Nast Traveler, I wrote about the most colorful bodies of water around the world. One of the items that made my list was the incredible salt ponds at the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Here, they're captured by photographer Julieanne Kost. These evaporation ponds can take on an array of colors depending on their salinity and what microorganisms are living in them. Kost caught them in radiant purple and the photos are absolutely stunning.

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Paris in Hyperlapse

Paul Richardson spent three weeks shooting around Paris on his first visit to the city. After some 400 hours of editing, he gives us J'adore Paris, a hyperlapse of Paris' contrasts from its skyscrapers to its parks.


Global Yodel Lets You Shop Photography and Art from Around the World, Inspired by the World.

Global Yodel is a "community of citizens from all over the world who inspire one another" through stories and photographs. They succeed in providing a platform for discovering "the globe one Yodel at a time." All of their content is worth viewing, and they've launched a shop with exclusive photography and art from around the world, inspired by the world. They were kind enough to send me this awesome print and I couldn't be more excited to get it framed and on my wall.


A Lovely Tribute to Summer in Boulder, Colorado

The folks at Balcony Nine Media were kind enough to share their awesome A Boulder Summer video with me so I can share it with you. They created it for the 2014 TEDx Boulder conference. It's a tribute to summer in what I consider to be one of the greatest cities in the country. Enjoy.