Six-month long time lapse of the Edmonton River Valley

Posted by ryanjackson on Nov 24, 2009 in photos, Ryan's Life

It’s pretty amazing what can happen in six months. I put a camera on the roof of the Coast Edmonton House Hotel back in April and let it take one picture every hour for over six months. Here are some of the most interesting images. You can view a whole gallery with dozens more and also view an interactive time lapse of the whole transition from winter to spring to summer to fall.

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A beautiful view of the river valley in Edmonton on October 2, 2009. Edmonton Journal photographer Ryan Jackson placed a time lapse camera on the roof of the Coast Edmonton Hotel in early April of this year. The camera snapped one photo every hour for over six months and produced over 4,400 images. Here are some of the most beautiful, odd and interesting images captured. To see an interactive time lapse of the river valley transforming from winter to spring to fall go to edmontonjournal.com/photos.   Photo by Ryan Jackson / Edmonton Journal

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I was also very happy that the Journal gave me the ENTIRE FRONT PAGE on Saturday to show off my image. Pretty damn cool!

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You can view a whole gallery with dozens more and also view an interactive time lapse of the whole transition from winter to spring to summer to fall.  The photo gallery also has some pictures of the camera that I used and how I mounted it.  Enjoy!

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Clearing the Air

Posted by ryanjackson on Oct 17, 2008 in photos, video

Joggers are viewed in Walterdale Park from the 109 St. High Level bridge on September 11, 2008. Photo by Ryan Jackson/Edmonton Journal

The moon rises above the clouds as the sun sets on September 11, 2008. Photo by Ryan Jackson/Edmonton Journal

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