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Stacking long-exposure photos of clouds,   photographer: Matt Molloy

Photo Stacking Technique Makes Clouds Look Like Brush Strokes in the Sky

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Mt. Ranier National Park, Washington

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Canadian photographer Matt Molloy creates a stunning time-lapse image by stacking several photos taken of the sunset in Ontario, Canada, on May 1, 2013. (Matt Molloy)

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Love these 'smeared skies' photographs by Canadian photographer Matt Molloy, who creates these awesome images by stacking multiple photos onto one.

Bing Bang de la journée... Merci Matt Molly, t'es un super amateur d'observation de la battre universelle, tu sais ce qu'elle témoigne, donne peut également ME souligner que ma vie peut-être ainsi SELON MES CHOIX... GOD BLESS YOU, Matt!

L’image du jour : Bing Bang

Thanks to photographer Matt Molloy, we're able to experience the setting sun in one single image by using a photgraphy technique he refers to as "timestacking." In this photo called "Big Bang" the sky appears to explode into beams of light.

長時間露光で花火

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Great photo, love the colors

Raindrops travelling down a window whilst you're sitting inside in the warmth, perfectly dry. Watching the world go by, in the rain. City lights sparkling against all the raindrops that trickle down the windowpane.

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