"The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth" is an incredible resource for anyone who wants to see what these shots look like. Not only has NASA produced their own time-lapses, but when they do so, they also release all the images used in a giant zip. You can even go through their database, and simply select a frame range from any mission stretching back to 1961. If you're willing to put in the work to find the range of photos you want, pointed at an angle you like, you could stitch together something like this, too.
Or else just put the video below on fullscreen, and wait for your coffee to kick in.