Rick Mann was in a hurry. He was vacationing in Kaua’i in Hawaii and wanted to get a good shot of the Waimea Canyon as the Sun set over it. As the canyon darkened, he set up his camera to take one picture per second, placed it on a makeshift stand, and then started it up. While it was shooting he wandered around for a few minutes, then went back to the camera and packed it up to head home.
When he got back and looked at the footage, what he got was magic:
That is cool. And of course, it’s not magic. It’s SCIENCE.