Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Paris in Motion, Part Two

Back in August I posted a time lapse called “Paris in Motion.” The film maker just came out with part two, and I think it’s even better than the first installment. Full screen high definition recommended. Enjoy! If the video doesn’t display, click here.

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Topics: Architecture and Design, Civic Branding
Cities: Paris
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3 Responses to “Paris in Motion, Part Two”

  1. flavius says:

    I didn’t know Paris had a Bean. Bad news for Chicago!

  2. OPRyan says:

    Thanks for sharing these videos Aaron. They are fantastic.

  3. @urbanlou says:

    How long did it take to shoot? Amazing quality, beautiful shots.

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