Step back a few feet and zoom in so the object is the same size.
Or it’s witchcraft and we need to set this photographer on fire.
I have been staring at this gif for like five minutes and I still have no idea what is happening
Andy Goldsworthy’s art
As of yesterday I’ve taken a photo every day for the last five years. I’m hoping to capture the rest of my life like this, to have these little strands of memory that lead me back to each day, so that nothing is entirely forgotten. Here’s five years squeezed into three minutes; take a look if you want to see my life flash before your eyes.
“I feel like a hunter of perfect moments,” says Pierre Carreau. Most days, in a 20-minute window when the lighting is just right, the photographer is on the beach near his home on the Caribbean island of St. Barth shooting curling waves.
Carreau is mesmerized by breaking waves—the physical result of wind rippling the water surface and friction causing crests to spill onto shore—and he wants to freeze them and share them with the landlocked. ”My goal is to focus on the wave shapes that create a paradox of power and fragility,” he says.