I take far too many photographs! I have freely licensed over 11,000 photos through Wikimedia Commons – you can find them at Category:Photos by Mike Peel.
Where have they appeared?
- Illustration of Marine Accident Investigation Branch report – Grounding and flooding of ro-ro ferry Commodore Clipper. 6 August 2015
Timelapse photography is where you take a photograph of the same scene at a set interval (say, every 5 seconds), and then the resulting photographs are turned into a video. This lets you speed up the movement of something, so what might have been unseen as it happens so slowly becomes very noticeable.
As I work at Jodrell Bank Observatory, the telescopes are the obvious things to make timelapses of.
- Lovell Telescope from the Control Room: 640×426 (VGA, 23MB) 1080×720 (HD, 60MB),
- Mark II from the Radiant Hut: 640×426 (VGA, 15MB), 1080×720 (HD, 38MB)
The timelapses here are all available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.