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  • Sir Walter gets his banjo on in 2 minutes...sort of

    VIDEO: See a time lapse video of artist Bland Hoke's "Banjostand" being assembled around the statue of Sir Walter Raleigh at the Raleigh Convention Center for the 2016 IMBA World of Bluegrass festival. The time lapse video shot from Two Hanover Square compresses about 36 hours of work into 2 minutes. About 5000 photos taken 25 seconds apart were combined to make the video.

Sir Walter gets his banjo on in 2 minutes...sort of

VIDEO: See a time lapse video of artist Bland Hoke's "Banjostand" being assembled around the statue of Sir Walter Raleigh at the Raleigh Convention Center for the 2016 IMBA World of Bluegrass festival. The time lapse video shot from Two Hanover Square compresses about 36 hours of work into 2 minutes. About 5000 photos taken 25 seconds apart were combined to make the video.
Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com