Using a pinhole camera she fashioned from an Assam tea tin, Heather Champ recorded the sun's path over the past year — from Winter Solstice to Winter Solstice— in what just might be the ultimate form of delayed gratification. The San Francisco-based photographer placed the makeshift device outside her home for the duration, and the resulting ultra-long-exposure solargraph represents 365 days of world turning.[Champalicious via @jtotheizzoe]
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