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Arts and Entertainment

A Day In California: Husband And Wife Shoot 10,000 Photos For Tilt Shift / Time Lapse Video

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10,000 photos + 1.5 years = A Day in California. Filmmaker Ryan Killackey and his wife photographed Southern California's lakes, oceans, mountains, deserts, hot air balloons, trains, freeways, skylines, city lights, water parks and waterfalls to compose a beautiful time lapse / tilt shift short film.

According to Killackey, the video was getting over 600 views per hour this morning, and as of this afternoon, has maintained top billing on Reddit. Expect the 12 people who don't already live in the state to be moving here any time now.

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