"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.
Smeared Sky Sunset - Matt Molloy is an artist, musician and photographer who has a brilliantly unique and artistic style of smearing sunsets and skies together by photo stacking multiple time-lapse images.
Putting the Size of a Whale in Perspective! Roughly the size of a basketball court, the blue whale is the largest mammal known to have ever existed. Little did this kite surfer know the creature swimming just beneath him!
10 papéis de parede fofos para o seu celular (Danielle Noce)
Trees, nature's condos for the little guys, are not just a pretty picture. Squirrels, birds, and bugs count on them for a place to live. (I know the lens is about trees and not art. But I love that face-in-the-trees illusion artwork.
Photographer Matt Molloy creates these incredible time-lapse images of the Canadian sky. Each image in his series is composed of 100 to 200 individual photographs, which creates the “smeared sky” effect.
rainbow Nacreous Clouds - Iceland - Polar stratospheric clouds or PSCs, also known as nacreous clouds (from nacre, or mother of pearl, due to its iridescence), are clouds in the winter polar stratosphere at altitudes of meters.