Shot over the span of six weeks, Timestorm Films put together a timelapse featuring some ridiculously stunning scenes of weather rolling right over the Chilean landscape. The team traveled more than 4,660 miles and took 100,000 still images to come up with a four and a half minute video of Patagonia proving that it's a sight to be seen, no matter what the forecast may be. Check out "Patagonia 8K"—named after the resolution the film is shot in—below:
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