Adie White describes it as a “little project”, but this little project has taken him a year of work in his spare time.
The 41-year-old from Whitchurch, also known as The Bristol Nomad, has condensed 200 hours of photography – more than 12,000 individual photos – into a new stunning timelapse video.
“I wanted to create a homage to the city that I love that would hopefully entice others to visit or evoke great memories for Bristolians that have left or people that have already spent time here.
Adie’s film – called Bristol 247•365 – takes in scenes such as the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Temple Meads, Cabot Tower, Cabot Circus, the Balloon Fiesta, Ashton Gate and many more.
Adie added: “I like to use both mediums, photography and video. And plan a similar project in the near future looking deeper into Bristol and the many areas that make the city tick. From Stapleton to Sea Mills, from Bedminster to Brentry.
“I like the format of a ‘day in the life of Bristol’ as I think it shows a great vibe to the city and that there is always something going on.”
Watch the full film here: