A spectacular electrical storms light up the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle range after the massive 8.8-magnitude Puyehue volcano erupted in Chile which had laid dormant for over half a century. The eruption belched an ash cloud more than six miles high over the Andes and cause a flurry of earth quakes. Photos by: Francisco Negroni | Flickr | 500px
Paintings by Lin Ching Che
While most photos capture a single moment in time, the images in Stephen Wilkes’s Day to Night series are completely different.
Wilkes will photograph the same scene for an entire day. Afterwards, he compiles the images into a single photograph showing the passing time.
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