Hey, this is pretty cool.
You know that new series, “Life” that the BBC produced? Discovery Channel has been dropping the collective jaw of their viewers with it for a few weeks now, and it’s probably some of the most amazing natural history footage ever to dance across your HD screen.
Anyhow, it’s chock full of time-lapse sequences that are nothing short of stunning. Watching it, you assume that, sure, it took some work to do it, but there’s once sequence in particular that took 2 years – yes 2 YEARS – to produce.
And we have the video to prove it! OK, we have a link to the video:
Trust me, it’s 10 minutes of your life well spent. So, check over the cubicle, make sure the boss isn’t looking, and give it a gander. The amount of work, time, and manpower they utilized for a one minute sequence just blows the mind.
All I can think is that they must REALLY make some big bucks with this stuff to afford to pull it off. Is that too capitalistic of me? Anyhow, give it a look and leave a comment to let me know what you think.
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