If you have not heard about Winter Storm Jonas hitting the US, you must have been hiding under a rock (which was covered in snow anyways). For some this meant that they had to stay at home and cancel plans. But for others, who planned ahead, this was a great opportunity to break out the time lapse gear and shoot a once in a lifetime movie as about 65 centimeters of snow covered the city.
While I am not envious of the people having to endure that amount of snow in such a short time, I think that those time lapses show how much gear that only 15 years ago was considered super advanced, has become common for everyone.
The first timelapse comes from youtuber ryanmcell (Purcellville, VA), who simply put his GoPro by the window capturing both his grill and his furniture being covered with snow. Actually, at a certain point, the window itself was covered with snow.
A great movie by Wayne Bennett shows a compilation of about 800 photos with an interval of 2 minutes covering a man-high skeleton.
Phillip Bloom took a it to the high end using a Sony A7SII with a Sigma 20mm ART
Todd Hayward shot over 3,000 photos in Virginia with his GoPro Hero 4 covering about 24 hours
Shlomo Nosson Rotberg placed a camera on his basement window, shooting the street. Sadly, by the time he was done, all the cars were almost fully covered with snow
Paul Armstrong has wonderfully composed over 24 hours of snow in