frozen in time photography

“Sunset Brush Strokes”

Another nice sunset over Little Cranberry Lake, from my go-to spot just down the road from my house. (Haskins Point)
I made this time stack by combining 338 photos into one image.

Hi! I want to follow more blogs, I know I’ve been doing this a lot recently but I keep finding more things interesting and keep wanting to follow more people and asdf yeah. Anyway! If you post any of the following, like or reblog this post and I will be sure to follow every single one of you :) 

  • doctor who
  • sherlock
  • supernatural
  • superwholock
  • Harry Potter
  • linkin park 
  • paramore
  • all time low
  • panic! at the disco 
  • Attack on Titan
  • Fairytail
  • Sword Art Online
  • Pokemon 
  • One Piece 
  • Frozen 
  • Disney 
  • Photography 
  • Family Guy 
  • American Dad
  • The Simpsons 
  • Youtubers 
  • Dan and Phil 
  • Merlin
  • Marvel 
  • Iron Man 
  • Thor 
  • D.C 
  • Adventure Time 
  • The Regular Show 
  • Funny stuff
  • House
  • Animal Crossing
  • Gaming
  • League of Legends
  • Glee
  • The Hunger Games

This is all stuff I want to see on my dashboard! So yeah if you do post any of these please let me know through liking or reblogging this post. Oh, and if you want you can check out my blog too (but you don’t have too) Thanks! :) 


Liquid Jewel by Fabian Oefner

Blasting Acrylics

This series is a continuation of my research of manipulating paint with different natural forces. In the “Black Hole” series, it was centrifugal force, that shaped the paints into colorful carousels. This time I used air pressure to create what I call “liquid jewels”.

The structures you see are modeling balloons covered with paint right after they have been pricked with a needle. The air inside the ballon expands explosively, throwing the paint in all different directions. What I particularly love about the images is that if you look closely, you can see, how the individual shades start to mix with each other, blue and magenta becomes violet, red and yellow becomes orange…within a few microseconds, the paint forms into the most beautiful color combinations…and then its gone again. What remains is the capture of that firework of colors, frozen in time…