Four hours, thirteen minutes in ten minutes, thirty-seven seconds

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11 replies on “Four hours, thirteen minutes in ten minutes, thirty-seven seconds”

[this is good] I would have turned and flipped around at least 10 more times than you did.  I quite like how the time lapse makes your breathing look like a visual representation of the beat of the song.

Jen: Turned around and flipped? Light sleeper, or just reckless on the tightrope between closing your eyes and opening them again?

Cecily: To shield your eyes from your ‘locks or from stray rays of light?

I am a light sleeper with back/neck problems, thus I wear an eye mask, ear plugs, and turn whenever I get uncomfortable, which is a lot. 

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