From San Francisco to Paris in a 2 Minute Time Lapse Video
I love this time lapse by Nate Bolt (@boltron on Twitter) who works/owns this cool looking media firm Bolt Peters, (also on twitter @boltpeters) that went viral recently. There are more details on specifics of how he did it on another blog post here too, along with ABC and I think CBS News, but this is such a creative look at what has become an every day thing (flying).
I love time lapse stuff but I love even more when people find ways to capture the mundane into new and creative ways. Hard to do today. Every time I think of something I think is creative or unique it has already been done by someone else. Bet he didn't think this one 2 minute video would get so much attention while he was over in France, but it's just that cool.
Sometimes I think those of us in the church land world give up on being creative because it's all been done before, or it's not necessary in order for our message to be heard, but that is our mandate given to us by God Himself starting in Genesis. Right now I'm walking through a new book called The Next Story: Life and Faith after the Digital Explosion by Tim Challies, and he puts it like this:
The Bible reveals that we are created and called to fulfill God’s mandate: that we go into all the world, faithfully stewarding the world God has created and the message he has given us... God has gifted human beings with remarkable ability to dream, create, and invent technologies that serve us as we serve him, technologies that enable us to better serve him.
I love that. If you haven't seen the video below take a look, really neat shot of the aurora borealis about 15-20 seconds after takeoff. I would love to try this on my next flight but I would get kicked off the flight and placed on the no-fly-list in a second.