Welcome to the final part of my “Travel the world by time-lapse” series. As I mentioned in the last post there wasn’t supposed to be four, but there are just far too many amazing time-lapse sequences to choose from. I hope I’ve managed to pick the best 40 to share with you, out of the tens (or possibly hundreds) of thousands that are available online.

From cloudscapes and celestial motion to the finer details of insects and plants as they grow, time-lapse photography is one of the most beautiful ways to capture the natural world.

Since I’m constantly stumbling across more and more stunning examples of short time-lapse sequences online, I thought I’d collate the best of what I’ve found and share them with you as a monthly series. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Tip: The videos are much more impressive in full-screen. The full-screen button is the four arrows at the bottom-right of the video.


Flowering Trees in Spring Season by HDtimelapse.net


Solar Eclipse Time Lapse Australia 2012 by Ian Waldie


Joshua Tree Journey 3: Storm by Sunchaser Pictures


Patagonia – Argentina – Timelapses by Ignacio Leonardi


The Arctic Light by TSO Photography


The Wild Heart by Henry Jun Wah Lee / Evosia


Mt Ruapehu Timelapse by Jared Brandon Productions


Timelapse: une araignée tisse sa toile (a spider spins its web) by Jean-Michel


Purely Pacific Northwest by John Eklund


Mosquito by Amprods


Have I missed any brilliant time-lapse videos? Please let us know by commenting below.

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