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Long exposure photographs by Michael Wesely

These photos were all exposed over a period of months and years (!) by German artist Michael Wesely. Found via here


The de- and re-construction of MoMA, over a period of almost three year, 2001-2004

Building at Leipzigerplatz, Berlin, over a year.

At Potsdamerplatz, over two years.

An office, over a year.

Not sure how long this one was, two weeks? a month?

P.S. I switched back to the new blogger editor, and uploading photos STILL messes up the placement of text, it is infuriating! I’ve magaged to work out how to fix it (you need to left-align the picture, then take ‘float:left’ out of the code) but it took me ages and I really shouldn’t have to do this every time!

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  • Katie 16 August 2010, 12:33 am

    Those are absolutely amazing photos! It's incredible to see the ghosts of buildings appear or the patterns created in the sky.

  • Style Eyes 16 August 2010, 5:40 am

    These photos are great. I can definitely sympathise with your frustrations with blogger. I can't get my head round it not having spell check.

  • Chloe, Butterfly Cupcakes 16 August 2010, 6:44 am

    Wow, I am very intrigued.

  • Charlotte 16 August 2010, 3:27 pm

    These are exquisite. Thanks for posting them–I didn't know his work before now.

  • Kelly 16 August 2010, 3:53 pm

    Oh man! How COOL!

  • LyddieGal 18 August 2010, 2:12 am

    Fabulous!!!! I love long exposures!
    I think the most i've ever done is 4 minutes, but now I want to try longer!!

    Chic on the Cheap