Photographer Kien Lam quit his job in finance last year to travel the world. At almost every city he traveled to on his backpacking adventure he took time-lapse photographs.
"I would shoot what I saw whenever and wherever I was, rather than seek something out and wait all day for the perfect light to hit. At the end of it all, I had thousands of photos from practically every city I traveled to and did not feel like I compromised any part of my adventure for the sake of the shot," Lam writes.
After taking over 6200 photographs in 17 countries with his Panasonic GF-1 camera, he returned to the States to edit his trip into "Time is Nothing," a gorgeous five-minute video diary of his travels.
"To all my fellow travellers whose company made each step of the way all the more memorable and unique, I want you to know that however short an appearance you made in the video, you've left an impact far greater and long-lasting than the few seconds that each city appeared in the video," Lam wroteRead More »from A 5-minute time-lapse trip around the world