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This ‘Flow Motion’ Timelapse is an Eye-Popping Tour of a 1096 Cathedral


Photographer Rob Whitworth has created some of the most popular timelapse videos ever using his trademark “flow motion” techniques. His whirlwind tour of Dubai has been viewed millions of times across the Web. For his latest flow motion, Whitworth focused on a much smaller subject: a cathedral built in 1096.

The Norwich Cathedral in Norwich, Norfolk, England, was constructed in 1096 and dominates the skyline of the city, which is Whitworth’s hometown. The cathedral is one of the Norwich 12 heritage sites.

The 2-minute video above is “probably the world’s first cathedral flow motion,” Whitworth says.

“Something of a passion project for me, getting to shoot my home town and capture it in its best light,” writes Whitworth. “Was super cool getting to explore all the secret areas whilst working on the video.”

The short film takes us in and around the beautiful building with transitions that will dazzle your eyes and befuddle your brain.