"timestacked" - Matt Molloy This does a great job of showing the passage of time through the light sky from the left side of the image into the dark to the right. It also shows the passage of the clouds throughout the day, as well as the sun setting.
"Smeared skies, Lake Ontario, Canada" It’s one of a series by photographer Matt Molloy. His “timestack” technique uses timelapse video footage to create a single still where the clouds look like brushstrokes.
Experienced space photographers Edwin Aguirre and Imelda Joson created this composite view of the biggest full moon of a so-called 'supermoon,' from a series of images taken as the full moon rose over downtown Boston on June
Serpent and Stars Serpent petroglyph found in the San Rafael Swell of east central Utah. Very little has changed at this spot since the petroglyphs here were first painted some years ago. The serpent, rock face and Milky Way look now much as they did then