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I have a serious addiction to time-lapse photography. Philip Bloom’s footage of time-lapse photos from hotel room windows over the course of one year of travels definitely has me drooling. And also wondering how the hell this guy manages to always get the best hotel views ever.

Read more about how this was done at Philip Bloom’s website.

(from Vimeo.)

 

 

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