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traces of deer

traces of fun

long-exposure-moth-trails-at-night-800x500 by Marc Driesenga, via Flickr

Walter Bellamy: Oxford Street during WWII black out, December 1939. Wiggly lines show the passage of pedestrians holding torches.

622 State Street Hudson NY by fiveanddiamond, via Flickr

This photograph was taken using time lapse photograph. The large white streak is the path of the bat, and the smallerdotted streak is the path of the moth.

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Bats chasing moths in the lights above the Anzac bridge in Sydney.

Photographer Michael Chrisman used a pinhole camera fitted with photosensitive paper to make a 365-day exposure of the Toronto skyline from Jan. 1, 2011, to Dec. 31, 2011. - Michael Chrisman photo

London blackout 1944

Mount Rainier Shadow

One hour at the airport.

fireflies

erosion

railroad crossing

3 point turn

ladybird