Just when you thought you were done with travelling, there's something about the Canadian Rockies that sucks you right back in.
Whether it's the majestic landscape, countless picturesque opportunities or their sheer beauty, the Canadian Rockies are the eye candy your province wish it had.
And hey, they also make for some great time-lapse videography as featured by the team behind Upthink Lab. The team's "Eye of the Beholder" isn't a time-lapse in your traditional sense.
Rather, it's mash-up of footage stitched together from 10 different locations across the Canadian Rockies, the High Sierra Nevada and the Southern Appalachians, according to Upthink Lab's Vimeo page. Mobile readers can watch the video here.
The crew's no stranger to Alberta's mountain range. Last year, the crew's documentary, "Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies," won a handful of awards for their portrayal of life of the alpine landscape.
Both feature the same mountain ranges in Alberta and Atlanta, Georgia but rather than document a story, "Eye Of The Beholder" aims to inspire viewers to ditch their conceptions and ideas of the world and get outside and explore it for all its wonderment and awe.
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