Remember Peter West Carey, the visiting photographer who took that eye-popping interactive panorama image from Bernal Hill? He’s returned home to Seattle now, but he’s still processing the archive of material he amassed during his visit to Bernal Heights.
His new work includes a few Jobius-style time-lapse videos, including one of traffic zipping through the Spaghetti Bowl 101/280 junction.
Bonus! A brief time-lapse of the stars over Bernal Heights
Double Bonus! Not to be outdone, Bernal’s own Jobius created a time-lapse video of the spectacular moonrise that took place on Wednesday night:
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Be sure to keep your eye on the dark sky over the spaghetti bowl. Lots of aeroplane action.
“Jobius-style!” Ha! I’m flattered. That Spaghetti Bowl Time-Lapse is gorgeous.
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