Check out the latest installment in photographer Dustin Farrell's three-part Landscapes series, a collection of jaw-dropping time-lapse videos of the southwestern United States.

According to Farrell, each frame of the video is a raw still from a DSLR camera that's been processed with Adobe software, which explains both the incredible clarity of the images and the HDR effect that's visible in several of the shots, so if you're into that kind of thing this video is right up your alley. And make sure you play it in HD, full screened — this here's the kind of footage these technologies were invented for.

See also: Landscapes: Volume One

[Spotted on Laughing Squid]