If you live in New York you know how unbelievably frustrating it is to try to walk through Times Square when you have somewhere to be. Peeps be all up in your way. If you don't live in New York, you're either part of the problem when you visit or you just generally know to move to the side when you're looking at a map/smartphone/landmark. Regardless, all of us contribute to the madness in that tiny space and Drew Geraci from District 7 Media has captured it beautifully.
This timelapse incorporates 50,000 stills taken over a six month period. Apparently the crew had a hard time getting some of the street and subway shots because NYPD and MTA employees were heavily enforcing regulations about shooting with tripods on City property, but eventually they collected everything they needed. One great moment is the footage they got of Manhattanhenge. A calm image among all the chaos. [PetaPixel]