‘Time Slice’, from sunrise to sunset, 36 different photos of each landmark merged into single composition

It might not be too noticeable but the character of any monument or a structure depends a lot on the time it is observed at. New York based photographer, Richard Silver makes this phenomenon prominent for everyone to view through his flawless photographic series.

The series, titled as Time Slice consist of photographs of well-known structures at different timings, from day to night. However, instead of revealing these captures individually, the photographer has merged 36 different pictures of the same place from sunrise to sunset into a single composition.

Time Slice comprises of a wide range of buildings, from Colosseum in Rome to Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. Each immaculately layered photograph shows how these places have more than one story to tell to its spectators, depending on the time of their visit.


Birds Nest, Beijing, China.

Image: © Richard Silver


Colosseum, Rome, Spain

Image: © Richard Silver


Duomo Di Milano, Milan, Italy

Image: © Richard Silver


Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey

Image: © Richard Silver


Houses Of Parliament, London, England

Image: © Richard Silver


Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Image: © Richard Silver


Shanghai, China

Image: © Richard Silver


St Marks Square, Venice, Italy

Image: © Richard Silver


Suleymaniye Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Image: © Richard Silver


Tongariki, Easter Island

Image: © Richard Silver


Trieste City Hall, Italy

Image: © Richard Silver

Richard Silver: Website | Flickr

h/t: Colossal

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