Ship time-lapse

A time-lapse video made by setting a camera to take photos at six second intervals during a trip outbound on the Houston Ship Channel. The video represents an actual time of over 3 1/2 hours.

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+9 1. messmaker commented 13 years ago

Too bad it's cut, I really wanted to see it end its journey.
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-4 2. Babinizats commented 13 years ago

I will have to say that this video is very boring. Why did I watch this?
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+3 3. ringmaster commented 13 years ago

I miss a dusk and / or a dawn.
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+2 4. Snowman commented 13 years ago

Sweet! Real-life version of the classic game 'Port of Call' :D :P
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+3 5. zerorain commented 13 years ago

looks cool if your cruising at that speed
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+2 6. Highmeadow commented 13 years ago

#2 sitting in front of your computer is a waste of your life, anyway, so just accept that it doesn't make any difference if the video was good or not... 8-)
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0 7. dhedarkhcustard commented 13 years ago

Dude, now I appreciate anything imported from there, I thought driving up to see my parents took long long enough!
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+2 8. Onlyodin commented 13 years ago

A good sound track to this clip would have been good....