We all love to go out on vacations on a beach and spend some quality time. And there are some people who often dream about spending their lives at sea. Well, there are times when you want to leave everything behind, all these chaos and heading off to live the romantic life of exploration and adventure that only sailing the vast, open oceans can bring. But unfortunately it’s not easy and the life of a sailor just remains a dream for some of us.
And then there are people like Jeffrey Tsang, a Canadian maritime vlogger, sailor and photographer on a container ship that travels across the globe.
Jeffrey posts videos and pictures and recently he posted a video named “30 Days of Timelapse, about 80,000 photos combined. Sailing in the open ocean is a unique feeling and experience, and I hope to capture it for everyone to see.”
I haven’t seen something more beautiful than the video of Jeffrey where he captured his 30-day journey from the Red Sea, across the Indian Ocean to Hong Kong, via the ports of Colombo and Singapore in a Cargo ship. The views are simply incredible and the best thing you’ll see today.
He describes his experience of a 30-day journey in a cargo ship as “Chasing the endless horizon, witnessing the ever-changing weather, and appreciating the bright stars and galaxies.”
You are going to get a glimpse of the Jupiter and the Milky way in the endlessly vast night skies, ferocious lightning storms and stunning sunrises. There were incredible shots of the mega Tetris game played out at the port, as the huge cargo ship is unloaded and reloaded for the next leg of the journey.
He captured all these incredible views on his Nikon D750 camera and use a massive 1.5 terabytes of data, we think you will agree that the result is very much more than worth it.
After watching the video of this man’s 30-day journey in the cargo ship, I bet you would want to leave everything behind and just head to the sea to live a life like him.
So here we have got you the incredible video of timelapse.