This Time-Lapse Shows a Typhoon Pass Through Hong Kong in 5 Minutes

Tropical Storm Nangka struck the South China Sea in June 2009.

It started near Hong Kong, and headed into the Philippines, killing at least 10 people.

This video was created by taking almost 5,000 photos between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. from an apartment in Hong Kong, using a Canon 50D to capture an image every 10 seconds.

Although the system was still forming while in Hong Kong, the effects of the torrential rain showers and the lighting changes are very atmospheric.


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