Digging Out 30-Hour Timelapse of Northeast Storm NEMO in 1 Minute
Article from Chase Jarvis Blog
Pounded with as much as three feet of snow on Friday and Saturday, the Northeast, and especially New England, USA was basically buried by the storm called NEMO.
The region’s residents are still digging out, navigating roads lined by tall walls of snow, dealing with school closures and power outages. But for photographers – these storms bring rare opportunity. The internet has been alive with Nemo shots for days. From the empty and silent streets of Boston and New York, to the awesome 30-hour time lapse of the storm (above) on an unnamed Boston street, there is some unique imagery that comes from these storms. This timelapse captures the storm, more or less start to finish, in 1 minute. Enjoy! Created by Vimeo user: jere7my tho?rpe.
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