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This Timelapse Shows 10 Hours of Very, Very Slow Walking

10 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Here's a timelapse that took quite a bit of patience and perseverance to make. Titled “At the End of Summer,” it involved walking very, very slowly over the course of 10 hours, shooting a photo every few steps.
The project was created by artist and musician Fixinmytie and his friend Djabrail Tataev at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto back in September.
With Fixinmytie shooting a Canon 5D Mark IV and Tataev using a Canon T2i, the duo spent 10 hours performing an extremely repetitive task: they would take 3 steps, take a picture, wait 15 seconds, and then repeat the exact same...
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