Watch Los Angeles Go From Day to Night in This Hyperlapse

Having seen the city from above, we are provided again with another portrait of Los Angeles, this time by way of hyperlapse. Shot by LA-based filmmaker Vadim Tereshchenko, the hyperlapse took over two years to film, and covers such iconic locations as the Capitol Records Building, Los Angeles City Hall, and Griffith Observatory, catching them during the different phases of the day, and the moods created by the changing sunlight. Using many self-developed tricks and techniques, check out the final result above.