TIMELAPSE: Roadtrippers stunning video tribute to Cincinnati, OH - News, Weather, Sports, Toledo, OH

TIMELAPSE: A stunning tribute to the Queen City

Photo courtesy of Joel Schat/Roadtrippers.com Photo courtesy of Joel Schat/Roadtrippers.com
Photo courtesy of Joel Schat/Roadtrippers.com Photo courtesy of Joel Schat/Roadtrippers.com
Photo courtesy of Joel Schat/Roadtrippers.com Photo courtesy of Joel Schat/Roadtrippers.com
Photo courtesy of Joel Schat/Roadtrippers.com Photo courtesy of Joel Schat/Roadtrippers.com
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Roadtrippers.com, a travel tech startup based in Cincinnati, has created a stunning timelapse video of the place we call home!

The company helps travelers plan road trips and explore interesting attractions and hidden gems along the way. However, they say there's "no place like home," and wanted to create this video as a tribute to the Queen City.

In partnership with photographer Joel Schat, this video is eye candy for Cincinnati like no other!

Watch the video on their website here: https://roadtrippers.com/hello/cincinnati-timelapse-2?mode=explore

You can also see it on Vimeo here: http://vimeo.com/71292386#

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