Artist Stephen Wilkes photographed the Flatiron continuously for up to 15 hours. Then he digitally blended the images into one photograph. The result captures the changing of time in a single frame. His full collection of "Day to Night" photos can be seen at www.stephenwilkes.com or at the upcoming show at ClampArt Gallery. Thanks to Stephen Wilkes for sharing his art and Yahoo! news.
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THIS DAY IN ROCK HISTORY: February 15, 1967: Music students at Chicago's DePaul University form a seven-piece rock ensemble called The Big Thing. Later, they would change their name to Chicago Transit Authority, and then, simply, Chicago.
The rulers Jahangir and Shah Jahan continued the policy of Hindu tolerance along with most of Akbar's administration elements in the 17th century. They preferred good lives over military ventures. The both loved art and architecture and expanded it at every chance which ended up with Shah Jahan's Taj Mahal being built.