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8 Hours In Brooklyn With An Amazing Camera

Watch this video from Next Level Pictures shot on a high-speed Phantom Flex camera. A camera that is capable of shooting up to 10,750 fps, they took it for a spin around Brooklyn for 8 hours one day with a small production crew and this is the stunning result.

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Watch Manhattan In Motion

Take in this view of NYC from rooftops and tall buildings and get a glimpse of the city that never sleeps with this nicely done time-lapse video from Josh Owens aka Mindrelic.

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The Seattle Band Map: Documenting The Northwest’s Music Scene

The Seattle Band Map is a project that showcases the northwest’s vibrant music scene by documenting the thousands of bands who have performed throughout the decades; it also explores how these bands are interconnected through personal relationships and collaborations.

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Tune Into The Streets of NY – LA – SF – CHI – MTL

Ever wonder what kind of activity is happening on the streets of big cosmopolitan cities in North America? Or need some sort of urban inspiration? Well if you’re curious, you can tune into live police scanners in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Montreal thru a cool experimental website that plays you these live transmissions set to a CC-licensed ambient music bed.

Pick a city and you’ll instantly be hearing things like descriptions of suspects, perps, calls for backup or addresses of emergencies going on. It’s like your own aural spy movie in the making.

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Decay In Detroit: Photos of a Ruined City

Head over to the Denver Post Photo Blog to see this haunting collection of photos taken throughout the city of Detroit.

With a reported 60,000+ abandoned properties in Detroit due to a bad economy, many of the city’s grand structures are slowly decaying. These photos beautifully shot by French photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre for their book The Ruins of Detroit shows hotels, theaters, libraries, schools, homes and churches literally frozen in time.

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