Iâ€™m always amazed by the regularity that occurs when you look at something with a time frame that is outside of what the human brain can process. (Example: Time lapse or slow motion.) Under the right conditions, the seemingly random and unpredictable can often turns into nice, neat patterns.
One example of this is Flight Patterns, a short clip by Charlie McCarthy that shows the flight patterns of bugs under a streetlight. It was made by stitching together a bunch of long exposure photographs, and shows that each bug has its own unique pattern that it likes to follow.
If you take the images from the Google Street View car, such as those captured as it crossed the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and string them together as a time lapse, the result is actually a rather cool look at the drive across a landmark: