My husband has been taking photos at the Weston Reservoir where he walks out dog every day from the same spot. He finally made a time laspe video of them all and there’s a lot of shots of the reservoir frozen over. It was a long winter last year!
My favorite time laspe video is of of Lotte growing up. Her father shot her every day and made two versions: Birth to 12 Years and 0 to 14 years. This is under my life list: Things I Would Do If I Could Do It Over Again. I think I was just too brain dead when I was raising my kids to ever pull this off.
Why do you think we all enjoy time laspe photography? Is it the “cut to the chase”? Or stopping for a second to see how times passes? Or maybe both?
I hope you enjoy these three amazing time lapse nature videos. The first is of an acorn growing into a mightly oak tree over an eight-month period.
The second time laspe video is of a mushroom that looks like a toad stool fairy mushroom called a Fly agaric growing and then dying.
This last time laspe video is of bees hatching in their hive.
I have a series of these posts here:
Best Fun and Educational Videos for Kids (with matching book)
BEST #OWNVOICES CHILDREN’S BOOKS: My Favorite Diversity Books for Kids Ages 1-12 is a book that I created to highlight books written by authors who share the same marginalized identity as the characters in their books.