This timelapse is called 2012 in 366 Seconds, and was created by James Bernal on Vimeo. It is 00:06:35 long. The last time we checked (on March 31st, 2015), it had around 80,000 plays on Vimeo


Another year done come and went, you guys. In an effort to document my year, I filmed one second of everyday for the whole year, a sort of different approach to a time-lapse video. A lot happened in 2012 – I moved out of Bed-Stuy to Chicago, went to Colombia, turned 26, got paid to travel to the Galapagos Islands and Barcelona. I started some new jobs, quit some old ones, and hey, I guess the world didn’t end. It was a year when seeing a humpback whale in the wild was no big deal on one day and other days when the most exciting moment involved standing in line at the post office. Here’s hoping to more of the former and less of the latter in 2013.

If you pay attention, you’ll spot tons of friends, bike rides, planes, trains, and automobiles, sea turtles, some performances by The Drums, The Promise Ring, and Beach House, a marimonda, eagle rays, Wyatt Cenac, the world’s tallest species of palm tree, Barcelona, a bathtub filled with PBRs, plenty of dogs, Notorious BIG, a lotta pizza, Riff Raff, and a whole buncha other stuff.

Pretty much everything was shot with a Canon 5D Mark II, a gopro, and a (now stolen) iPhone.

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