Ten months of L Tower construction in Toronto compressed into ten seconds (30 days/frames per second starting in July 2011). The resulting timelapse is a bit rocky and flickers due to the changing light conditions every morning when the pictures were taken. I tried my best to align the individual pictures which were not taken by a stationary camera, but from a tripod mounted camera, that had to be repositioned every day. The video isn't perfect, but still interesting I hope. Since the tower is far from being finished, I will continue taking pictures and create another timelapse when the tower has reached its full height, the windows have been installed and the crane has been disassembled. Does this mean another ten months?
Due to its portrait orientation the timelapse is best viewed in HD and Fullscreen mode.