This one would probably have impressed Ansel Adams.

Shawn Reeder, a Bishop, Calif.-based photographer and musician, spent two years working on this time lapse video of Yosemite National Park. The nearly five-minute video is composed of almost 7,000 individual photographs.

"I tried to really kind of get a good overall representation of the park's major areas," Reeder told HuffPost by phone.

Indeed, a good number of Yosemite's famous landmarks make cameos, including El Capitan, Half Dome, Tenaya Peak, Yosemite Falls and Bridal Veil Falls, among others.

"Yosemite has been a really life-changing place for me," said Reeder, who lived in the park for 11 summers before moving to the Eastern Sierra. "It's really my home. I really wanted to share that beauty with others."

"I wanted to inspire people to see that beauty within themselves," he added, "and inspire people to get outside and make choices they might not have made otherwise."

To see more of Reeder's work, be sure to visit his website.

[Via io9]