Cool time-lapse video from football games

Here at The Herald we have some tremendous photographers who aren’t afraid to try new things. Herald photographer Jennifer Buchanan did just that with this project to get time-lapse video from each game she covered throughout the season and cobble it together at the end of the year into one big video.

Check it out and see if you can find yourself. Here’s a list of the games she was at:

Snohomish vs. Glacier Peak, Sept. 7

Archbishop Murphy at Lakewood, Sept. 21

Marysville Getchell vs. Marysville Pilchuck, Sept. 28

Lake Stevens at Arlington, Oct. 5

Jackson vs. Cascade, Oct. 12

Oak Harbor vs. Marysville Pilchuck, Oct. 19

King’s vs. Lakewood, Oct. 26

Monroe vs. Rogers, Nov. 2

Here’s the video:

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