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Although time is in essence intangible, many languages around the world use expressions such as "Time goes by so quickly" or "time passes on."  Time moves everything and recording its pulse is a fantastic experience. A twelve-hour slice of life can now be seen in a few seconds or a whole year can go by in a moment. The first timelapse I completed was for the BBC serie, The Human Planet. Tidal Ice was seen over a million times with the voice of the famous narrator Sir David Attenborough saying: "Underneath the sea ice, the tide is going out, and out..."