1. Made from 45 photographs of Naurissalmi strait (between Kulosaari island and Herttoniemi), one photo taken with a Nokia N8 each week for most weeks of 2011, all around the same time in the morning, except one near the middle taken near midnight near midsummer.

    Obviously when I started I wasn't planning on making a video like this, which is why it's a bit sqaunky.

    The Baltic sea ice lasted until mid-April, the leaves really turned golden in mid-October and had fallen in early November.

    I-spy checklist:
    * A man skiing across the sea
    * The melting sea ice
    * My shadow
    * A canoe slowly sinking
    * A rainbow
    * The annual boat migration

    Made from 45 photographs of Naurissalmi strait (between Kulosaari island and Herttoniemi), one photo taken with a Nokia N8 each week for most weeks of 2011, all around the same time in the morning, except one near the middle taken near midnight near midsummer.

    Obviously when I started I wasn't planning on making an image like this, which is why it's a bit sqaunky.

    The Baltic sea ice lasted until mid-April, the leaves really turned golden in mid-October and had fallen in early November.

    I-spy checklist:
    * A man skiing across the sea
    * The melting sea ice
    * My shadow
    * A canoe slowly sinking
    * A rainbow
    * The annual boat migration

    See also one year in one image: http://flickr.com/hugovk/6798051186/ and most of these photos individually: http://flickr.com/search/?q=naurissalmi+timelapse+2011&s=rec&ss=2&... . Video made in Picasa 3.

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  2. Helsinki, Finland
    Midnight to midnight
    7th March 2012

    One webcam image taken each minute. The timelapse video is 15fps, so one hour passes in four seconds.

    See the webcam here: http://finland.fi/public/default.aspx?nodeid=41819

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  3. Helsinki, Finland
    Midnight to midnight
    8th March 2012

    One webcam image taken each minute. The timelapse video is 15fps, so one hour passes in four seconds.

    See the webcam here: http://finland.fi/public/default.aspx?nodeid=41819

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  4. Helsinki, Finland
    Midnight to midnight
    Summer solstice, Thursday 21st March 2012

    One webcam image taken every 30 seconds. The timelapse video is 15fps, so one hour passes in eight seconds.

    See the webcam here: http://finland.fi/public/default.aspx?nodeid=41819

    More equinox and solstice videos here:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3065276/timelapse.html

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  5. Two side-by-side and synchronised timelapse videos, both showing 24 hours from midnight to midnight. In the video, one hour passes in four seconds.

    On the left is the spring equinox, Tuesday 20th March 2012.
    Sunrise: 06:21
    Sunset: 18:35
    Length of day: 12h 14m 24s
    Solar noon, time: 12:28
    Solar noon, altitude: 29.9°
    Solar noon, distance (10^6 km): 149.000
    One webcam image taken each minute.

    On the right is the summer solstice, Thursday 21st June 2012.
    Sunrise: 03:54
    Sunset: 22:50
    Length of day: 18h 55m 54s
    Solar noon, time: 13:22
    Solar noon, altitude: 53.3°
    Solar noon, distance (10^6 km): 152.033
    One webcam image taken every 30 seconds.

    See the webcam here: http://finland.fi/public/default.aspx?nodeid=41819

    More equinox and solstice videos here:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3065276/timelapse.html

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