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‘Time’ by John Clang I chose this piece because I like that every subject has a different purpose, and it shows the viewer that every person has a particular journey. I also like how the artist has captured a large time scale into one picture.

I hate this! Is there a pattern to the numbers and I just haven't stared at it for long enough? Or is it seriously just random? The site says 'I slowly fade into the dark;  the sun is gone, the day; the world is gone.' —Douglas Newton, from “Landscapes of Night and Day”  Photography Credit Nom Pourflickr  THERE NEEDS TO BE A PATTERN!!

Funny pictures about Timelapse. Oh, and cool pics about Timelapse. Also, Timelapse photos.

Photographer Brittany Wright Captures Foods in Colorful Gradients

Seattle-based photographer Brittany Wright is fascinated by the beauty of fruits and vegetables. Source: Brittany Wright Source: Brittany Wright This fa

♥ Spectacular Sequence Photography

Steps of a person diving shows time. I could adjust my camera to take multiple photos at once to get these various steps. Then, I would take it into photo shop and edit the poses into one photograph.

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Flash forward: Gjon Mili's amazing stroboscopic photographs – in pictures

Multiple exposure of American Ballet Theater ballerina Alicia Alonso executing a pas de bourree. Photo taken by Gjon Mili, 1944 (Alicia Alonso, b.

When I read that Gwyneth Paltrow was coming out with a new cookbook titled It’s All Easy, I cringed. It’s not because I don’t love Gwyneth — I really do! It’s just that, well, sometimes her version of what is doable is not realistic for the rest of us. I mean, remember all the flack she

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When I read that Gwyneth Paltrow was coming out with a new cookbook titled It’s All Easy, I cringed. It’s just that, well, sometimes her version of what is doable is not realistic for the rest of us.

Muybridge. I love this pin because as well as being animated through the man's different movements, it has a sense of the ridiculous aspect to it as well.

I find this photo appealing because of the way the action is caught so clearly in each photo. Each individual one transitions smoothly into the next.

bubble popping sequence: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1199149/Super-slow-motion-pictures-soap-bubble-bursting-stunning-detail.html

Super-slow-motion pictures show soap bubble bursting in stunning detail

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