Today (January 15th, 2014) marks the 255th anniversary of the public opening of the British Museum in 1759. The Museum had actually existed for 6 years prior to the public opening with its collection largely coming from Sir Hans Sloane.
I really want to get the word out about this amazing video of London's architecture shot in Hyperlapse. It was shot by Mattia Bicchi and features pretty much every single iconic landmark in London. These include:
King's Cross Station, Strata Tower, Palestra Building, Royal Albert Hall, British Museum, RBS Building, Wembley Stadium, Heron Tower, Broadgate Tower, O2 Arena, St. Giles Building, Tower Bridge, Shard Tower, National Maritime Museum, Wellington Arch, St. Paul's Cathedral, Canary Wharf.
I was a little worried when I first watched the video on Youtube because it only had 550 views. However, it turns out you can also watch it on Vimeo here, where it seems to have gotten a lot more love. I really look forward to seeing what Mattia comes out with next.