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An infinite design. A moment in time. A moving meditation.
“Tribocycle” is designed as a looping movie for large scale projections and installations.
Sizes- 4k square, 4k, 1080p
Tribocycle (c) 2013 by Ben Ridgway


As we turn from the galaxies to the swarming cells of our own being, which toil for something, some entity beyond their grasp, let us remember man, the self-fabricator who came across an ice age to look into the mirrors and magic of science. Surely he did not come to see himself or his wild visage only. He came because he is at heart a listener and a searcher for some transcendent realm beyond himself.

— Loren Eiseley (via inthenoosphere)


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Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/
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Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. The images have a high resemblance to paintings, because they’re composed from hundreds of photos. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky. The result is stunning.
Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/
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Time Stacks by Matt Molloy

Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. The images have a high resemblance to paintings, because they’re composed from hundreds of photos. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky. The result is stunning.
Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/
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Time Stacks by Matt Molloy

Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. The images have a high resemblance to paintings, because they’re composed from hundreds of photos. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky. The result is stunning.
Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/
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Time Stacks by Matt Molloy

Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. The images have a high resemblance to paintings, because they’re composed from hundreds of photos. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky. The result is stunning.
Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/
khaossmetanoiiia:

mstrkrftz:

Time Stacks by Matt Molloy

Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. The images have a high resemblance to paintings, because they’re composed from hundreds of photos. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky. The result is stunning.
Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/
khaossmetanoiiia:

mstrkrftz:

Time Stacks by Matt Molloy

Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. The images have a high resemblance to paintings, because they’re composed from hundreds of photos. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky. The result is stunning.
Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/
khaossmetanoiiia:

mstrkrftz:

Time Stacks by Matt Molloy

Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. The images have a high resemblance to paintings, because they’re composed from hundreds of photos. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky. The result is stunning.
Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/

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mstrkrftz:

Time Stacks by Matt Molloy

Canada based photographer Matt Molloy is a fan of time lapse portraits and natural events. The images have a high resemblance to paintings, because they’re composed from hundreds of photos. After stacking multiple exposures of the same landscape, the changes in the sky make feathery brushes strokes across the sky. The result is stunning.

Check it out: http://500px.com/MattMolloy/

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