Natural Phenomena is part symphony, part hyperlapse and part visual exploration of the tension between nature and the electric man.  It is so epic that all I want to do is dissect it into every scene, organize them into a map and wonder at the scope of this project: Alaska, Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, US.

On the art of the timelapse, this is what R00ftopper has to say:

Over and above all the technical challenges — motion control gear, constantly changing light, aperture flicker — shooting a timelapse forces you to look inside: after setting up your shot, there’s often not much you can do for hours, but sit up there and ponder while the camera does it’s thing. The relationship between the cold glass, steel and concrete below coupled with the often majestic clouds, sky and sun/moon never ceases to be a source of wonder. And so the purpose of what you’re doing becomes a frequent question in your mind. 

As he takes us on a timelapse adventure around Toronto.