Anyone who has been to New York's Central Park in the fall can attest to the impressive display of color against the steel and glass of the city. And sure, we've all seen time-lapse videos. But there is something truly magical about this one by filmmaker, Jamie Scott.
Many of the transitions move across the field of view from left to right, as if the color is being chased down by the shadow of winter. Scott said he chose 15 locations in the park and then revisited them two days a week for six months. If the lighting appears similar, it's because all of the shots were taken just after sunrise. Take a look. via iO9.com