What do you get if you snap a photo of the same scene out your window everyday for a year? A lot of photos. Now, if you decide to photoshop those photos of different seasons into one super photo, you end up with a wicked picture of the same scene as it shows throughout the year, just like photographer Eirik Solheim has done in 2010. Solheim went the extra step to make his photo even more exciting by hand picking the top 3,888 photos to compile into one super photo. Each line in the photo is a single image. All the lines have been stitched together to show January at the left hand side of the photo, and December on the far right. The images shown after are examples of some of the different seasons of the same scene, but the time-lapse of the photos from more than 3500 high res images really brings the scene to life.
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