A runner has recorded the spectacular changing scenery of his regular route in a mesmerizing time-lapse video.
Cinematographer Jeff Dougherty repeatedly braved rain, snow and other elements over the course of 17 months to capture the five-mile loop through Bozeman, Montana, on a GoPro camera strapped to his forehead.
With the camera set to time-lapse, it took photographs at a regular interval.
By May, he’d amassed 98,366 images which showed his running in all seasons — which he then painstakingly processed into the clip.
“I was able to create this continuous hyperlapse throughout the year, showing off all the changes that come with the seasons,” Dougherty posted to YouTube on Monday. By early Saturday, the clip had garnered almost 250,000 views.
Check it out above.