30-day time lapse shows once-in-a-lifetime views of nature from a cargo ship


Have you ever wanted to be a sailor? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sail across the seas for months on end, witnessing gorgeous skies while using the stars to navigate the world ?

Thanks to Jeffrey Tsang, a Canadian maritime vlogger and photographer, you no longer have to wonder. Tsang’s video “30 Days Timelapse at Sea” gives you a 10-minute glimpse into the life of a sailor.

The timelapse is a combination of 80,000 photos that were taken over a month that takes us on a journey from the Red Sea across the Indian Ocean to Hong Kong via the ports of Colombo and Singapore.

“Chasing the endless horizon, witnessing the ever changing weather, and appreciating the bright stars and galaxies,” Tsang described his life on the water.

In the video you can also witness the incredibly vast night skies, replete with shooting stars, glimpses of the Milky Way, Jupiter, as well as vibrant sunrises and violent lightning storms.

The incredible scenes were captured by Jeffrey’s Nikon D750 camera, and used a whopping 1.5 terabytes of data.

Watch the video below on full screen if you can, and prepare to be amazed.

 

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Eman Cheema

Eman studies Ethics, Society, and Law at the University of Toronto, and also minors in Philosophy and Gender Studies. When she's not teaching or lawyering every other bro on here, she's busy eating tacos.

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