Noel St. John, quasi-official photographer of TheAgitator.com, made this very cool time-lapse animation of the D.C.-area’s blizzard this past weekend.
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It’s like baking a cake.
I want to rescue that poor teddy bear.
That is just friggin’ cool.
Holy heck. That’s even more than we got here in Québec. Also, that time-lapse is awesome.
You can see all the flashes from power lines failing, and then about two thirds of the way through the last houses with power lose it.
I gotta learn how to do that!
Awww…poor teddy left out there alone, to freeze! ;)
Very cool photography though.
Technically not animation, but very cool indeed.
Witness the power of The Agitator – this little video has gone viral! Sincere thanks to everyone for your kind comments. I’m now working on part II for the snowstorm that is due this afternoon.
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