This stunning stop/start video is named “Sandpit”, and shows a day in the life of New York City. Having access to some of New York’s rooftops and balconies, videographer Sam O’Hare shot the movie with a camera on fully manual and the automatic vignette removal turned off. I think the movie is totally surreal. To check it out, watch the video near the end of this post.
A Day in the life of New York City [Video Below]
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