Monday, December 29, 2008

One Year in Forty Seconds

I routinely walk parts of about 3,000 acres of land and hit another 1,000 acres or so about twice a year, and yet every time I go out, it's like an entirely different set of farms.

The pictures, above tell why. A fellow by the name of Eirik Solheim put together the above clip using a year’s passage of still photos taken through four seasons. For the record, the pictures are taken in “the english park” at Skøyen in Oslo, Norway. Perfect!

Of course, this 40 second clip shows only a single year of change. Add in real time -- a few years -- and you can see that the land virtually boils with life, death, and perpetual transformation.

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