Two men who were complete strangers before they met on the website 'Vimeo' have produced an incredible time-lapse video of the Yosemite National Park which has become a viral hit on the Internet.
Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty started chatting through the website and came up with an idea for using time-lapse photography to follow the seasons and changes in the Yosemite. What started as an idea soon mushroomed into an "ongoing adventure" which they have titled 'Project Yosemite".
The pair have made several trips to the National Park to capture the unique pictures and are already planning a sequel to the video and possibly similar projects in other locations.
The technical details of the project are that the time-lapses were shot using a Canon 5D Mark II with a selection of Canon L and Zeiss CP.2 lenses. They were helped by a company called Dynamic Perception who loaned them a motion controlled dolly and gave them plenty of support.
On the Vimeo website, the two men, now firm friends say "This whole project has been an amazing experience". They can both be followed on Twitter and Facebook.