I was on vacation with my family in Perdido Key, FL, and I thought it would be a good opportunity to bring along the Raspberry Pi to try another time lapse.
I found a simple python program, and set it up to take an 800x600 image every 30 seconds for 13 hours. The video is embedded below:
The cool thing about time-lapse is that it lets you take picture of things that change dramatically, but slowly, and the sky is a perfect study for that kind of thing. Sunrise and sunset are the most dramatic things to see, and my video cuts off shortly after sunset, so unfortunately it doesn't return to black. If I do this again, I will have to record for another 20 minutes at least.
If anyone out there has a Pi Camera, I highly recommend this kind of activity. If anyone out there has a Pi Camera and knows how to do this with the moon and stars, I would be very interested!