“I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.”
“I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.”

You may want to put on your own tunes for this video since I didn’t add any myself. I have a few suggestions myself.

I actually enjoy making these time lapses of driving. This time, I pointed the camera out the front of the vehicle by sandwiching my phone under the passenger headrest. It really is as if we are going for a ride.

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In this video, I start on the outskirts of old Marietta and then get lost in the network of large connecting roads south of the city. I eventually decided to head to a nearby Chick-Fil-A to pick up a jug of sweet tea. Right before the video turns off randomly, you can see the famous Big Chicken on the right.

Then, I head towards Atlanta via I75 South. For some inexplicable reason, I decide to turn off the interstate too soon and get lost in some random suburbs. Tomorrow I will post the second half of my footage where I drive through downtown Atlanta and get lost some more.

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But before we wrap up, let me examine some of the DOTS along the way.

First, I saw that Nissan Frontier taxi that keeps disappearing too fast to take a photo. This time I was victorious.

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Illustration for article titled I Made a Time Lapse of Pandemic Driving
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Plymouth Prowlers are a rare spot on the streets.

Illustration for article titled I Made a Time Lapse of Pandemic Driving
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What is that? A Chevelle?

Well, that about wraps this up. What did you think?

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