Wesley Townsend Kitten spent about one year taking pictures in San Francisco in a different way than most people do. His timelapse video spans from June 2010 to August 2011. The project started as a way to photograph San Francisco in a different way, because of the staggering amounts of still photography over its long history. While the timelapse video isn’t every single day, Wesley estimates that around 250 to 300 hours of work were put into making the video over the year period. The film includes 28,000 frames and 85 different shots, with most places filmed around the city.