[su_column size=”2/3″ center=”yes”]I’m a very typical Dutch person in a way; I love to bitch around about everything, I’m never content with how things are going and will always be modest when it’s completely out of place. But hell, it’s not bad living here. And even despite the fact I’ve been living in the Netherlands for a long time, I still come by very special places every once in a while. I grew up in the city so I’m a city guy. Don’t get me wrong, the great outdoors can be absolutely gorgeous, but there’s something about the buzz a town generates that gets my blood pumping.

Penhcheng He, a student at the Delft Technical University, felt the same way, took his camera and shot a gorgeous timelapse video, where the towns of Delft, Rotterdam and Amsterdam are being portrayed for what they are. The maker has shown a delicate touch to put a certain feeling, or even culture, on film. Using the latest technologies he created a short clip of around (or exactly) 7685 frames. Ladies and gentlemen, may I present you: 7685 Frames of Netherlands, by Pengcheng He.