Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Paris in Motion

Here’s nice short time lapse of the City of Light called “Paris in Motion (Part I).” Recommended full screen in high def. If the video doesn’t display, click here.

h/t Hypebeast

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Topics: Architecture and Design
Cities: Paris

One Response to “Paris in Motion”

  1. Carl Wohlt says:

    This is fascinating from an image standpoint. The shots of classic Parisian landmarks and streetscapes are instantly recognizable, while the several takes that include contemporary structures are indistinguishable from images of other global cities. The one exception is a shot that includes the iconic Grande Arch de la Defense. I’m not sure what the takeaway from this is except that it’s probably fodder for several hundreds pages of a future masters paper.

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