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Vincent Callebaut called this project “Lilypad“, but this ecotectural marvel is also called as Floating Ecopolis for Climate Refugees. The whole structure is covered in green walls and roofs, the top portion covered in grasses with the inner portion featuring a palm oasis, and the under portion serving as a bed for natural sea planktons and oceanic plants.
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The use of a fast shutter speed here captures the whole picture. There are lines that move up towards the top, but because of the fast shutter speed, they are caught in time. All the water droplet seem to be caught in time, allowing us to get a real sense of form from the photo. The speed of the shutter also allows us to put emphasis on the child in the middle of the photo.
Passing time by Ally Mac, via Flickr ~ An 8 minute exposure of a train arriving and departing at Newark North Gate Station.