After nearly three years of trial and failure, I finally managed to get a timelapse of the sun passing behind and shining through the hole in Torghatten, a small but famous mountain near Brønnøysund, Norway.
I've never known the excact time this happens, other than it happens twice a year, in the autumn and spring. Also, the weather has never been on my side, until a few days ago. I finally nailed it! As a photographer, I live for these moments, when several years of work finally pays off.
This is just a short clip, but I hope you enjoy it none the less!
Edited/produced in Adobe After Effects, ramped in LR Timelapse.