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Awesome Collection Of Travel Time-Lapse Photography Videos

Enrique Pacheco captures amazing imagery from around the world and combines them into time-lapse videos for the world to enjoy.

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Time-lapse photographer Enrique Pacheco captures stunning time-lapse videos of beautiful landscapes, striking cities and clear skies bursting with stars. Enrique has recently updated his Vimeo collection with a short film captured at the Uyuni salt lake in Bolivia, which happens to be the World's largest salt lake. The water on the salt lake reflects the sky in a mirror-like fashion, forming as Enrique says an 'infinite mirage.'

Enrique's impressive portfolio also includes a time-lapse which looks at nature and how it's shaped our landscape, city captures in Stockholm, Hong Kong and Rome, plus highlights from a trip to Iceland which demonstrates the rawness of the natural elements found in this particular country. 

The 'Reflections from Uyuni' can be seen below, but do take the time to visit Enrique Pacheco's Vimeo collection where the rest of his collection can found and do check out his website -


Reflections from Uyuni from Enrique Pacheco on Vimeo.


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