Time lapse over 24 hrs taken on 21st June, the midsummer day.
The actual elapsed time is 24 hrs, a frame was taken every six minutes and the frame rate was 10 per second. The time lapse is 24 seconds long which means every second that passes is equivalent to one hour. You can see the day develop in time by watching the clock at the bottom of the time lapse.
Time lapse taken pointing south location Haworth UK - N53°50.040 W001°57.024 Sunrise 04:36 Sunset 09:42
21st June is called Midsummer day, the summer solstice as it is the longest hours of daylight in the northern hemisphere. This is due to the axis of the Earth being tilted 23 degree towards the sun, the sun at midday is at its highest of 62 degree.
The word 'solstice' means 'sun stands still'.
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