Good Morning Malaysia Time lapse!

in dlive •  4 months ago


While on holiday I love to take as many pictures as possible, not really someone who takes a lot of videos since I prefer not to be in front of the camera. Decided to do a time lapse of a wonderful new day from the 17th floor of our building. Set it up for 12-second intervals and left it for quite some time.

This will be the first time testing out Dlive (was never a big fan of Dtube since they take a cut of your rewards) Also did not know that Dlive does not have to be live. =) So here is my first ever upload on Dlive. I also think this will be one of many. =)

My video is at DLive

Taken with my Note 8 and the Time Spirit app. =)

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Good morning @scrooger Welcome to Malaysia. Hope you'll have a great time here!


I already got back from Malaysia and I did indeed have a great time. =)

Goooood morning Scrooger


Hey hey! Hope you are doing well =)

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