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Snow Means Snow! East Coast Blizzard Time-Lapse Video

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(December 2010 Blizzard Timelapse from Michael Black on Vimeo via Boing Boing)

Rain will drain, but snow turns to ice. Good luck Antarctica, I mean New Jersey. This time-lapse video documents the white flakey drama as it piled up in one dude's back yard in Belmar, NJ. Using a Canon DLSR on a tripod and remote timer, Michael Black took one photo every five minutes for approximately 20 hours. Enjoy the 40 second version of nearly 40 inches. California dreaming...