I love pinhole photography. The fact that people will take a gamble on a piece of film for months - or even years - strikes me as almost romantic, like a time capsule. This longest-ever exposure shows 34 months of New York life.
It was captured by the German artist Michael Wesely, who worked with New York's Museum of Modern Art to photograph the destruction (and subsequent construction) of their building. The shots are ever so ghostly and are such a terrific souvenir of the MoMA's heritage. Take a look at the gallery below for more of his work, and if you are already considering pressing "cmd p" on them, why not buy his book instead? [Michael Wesely via Itchyi via Dudecraft via Neatorama]