Kirill Neiezhmakov posted this video of Moscow at EarthSky Facebook a couple of days ago. He wrote:
At winter cloudy day city reminds old movie, but at nightfall Moscow transformed!
This night TimeLapse in Motion filmed at winter in Moscow (Russia) during 5 nights.
It’s wonderful, Kirill! Thank you for sharing.
By the way, I wasn’t familiar with the term hyperlapse. Here’s a definition, from Wikipedia:
Hyperlapse is an exposure technique in time-lapse photography, in which the position of the camera is being changed between each exposure in order to create a tracking shot in timelapse sequences.
Bottom line: Kirill Neiezhmakov shared this 2014 video hyperlapse of the city of Moscow.
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