Big Sky Country famously lives up to its name - but with travel to Montana curtailed by the coronavirus outbreak, the best way to see it right now might be in these incredible timelapse videos. 

Justin Philalack, a freelance videographer living in Missoula, has been creating videos from his own backyard. He lives and films on five acres of land, capturing the incredible skies above. Justin said he is thankful he and his husband are in Montana for this quarantine period, and that he's able to share his videos while people stay at home: “I wanted to share the beauty of my land with other folks”.

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