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Jeremy Meek walks across the Brooklyn Bridge, taking one photo for every step or so. Step, snap, step, snap, step, snap. The Manhattan skyline grows larger in front of him, and people stroll, jog, and ride by as he documents his way across the East River in just over an hour and a half. Walking Across the Brooklyn Bridge in 1,177 PhotosSong: "Lovers’ Carvings" by Bibio, currently free on Amazon.)

Related videos: Joey Ramone - New York Cityanother quiet ode to the Brooklyn Bridge, and flip books.

via Laughing Squid.

Over an hour and a half of construction captured by a picture taken every four seconds, a spider weaves its web. This one is a larger size, but there’s some extra climbing involved when you’re a smaller spider.

Related reading: all about spider webs, including the different structures. Related watching: more spiders, including this video of a Tube Web Spider, a Stag Beetle, and a Long-horned Beetle at the Natural History Museum in London.

The timelapsed formation of snowflakes in macrofocus by Vyacheslav Ivanov. Music: Aphex Twin - Avril 14th.

Update via Colossal: “Ivanov confirms from his home in St. Petersburg that the video is indeed genuine (non digital) and was filmed through a microscope with a ‘lot of effort and patience.’”

Read more about the science behind the snowflake’s formation at io9.

Related watching: Snow Facts Cheat Sheetice crystals form on a soap bubblejazz and tiny hailstones, and instant ice crystals.

via Kuriositas.