One day experiment

This morning I rediscovered the multiburst feature on my faithful Sony Dsc W100. It's a mode in which the camera takes multiple exposures during some time and after that exports a jpg image which is actually image made out from 16 consequent exposures. The idea was to take random images during a walk, and somehow render them into a video. Some people may call this timelapse, but I call it a video experiment.
Out of camera images look something like this:

From Video 1

From video 2 .

87 jpgs or (87x16 =1392 frames) vere taken for the first video and 162 jpgs (162x16=2592 frames) for the second. All of these were cropped and layered, then imported into a 30fps sequence given a duration of 2 frames per image (that's why its a bit slow mo). No color correction was made whatsoever.
The shooting was done on a random pace, without looking through the viewfinder nor checking the shot on the LCD (of the hip shooting). Combine that with the automatic metering and setting of the camera and you get a rather shaky - jerky video, with lots of exposure differences between scenes, but that's exactly what I expected.
Here are the results of this little experiment.
Warning, these videos contain flashes and rapid scene changes and can cause nausia :)

Going to...

All the shots for this video were made in the interval of 10 minutes in the morning,

Coming back

All the shots for this video were made in the interval of 20 minutes, late afternoon, same day.
Edited and rendered in the evening.
That completes this one day project.