Time Machine

A photographic perspective on time travel

This exact moment was frozen in time and is now replaying on your screen in an infinite loop, right this moment... (3D image, self portrait)


"Under the arcade" (3D photo: Lars Brandt Stisen/MADDOCMAN)

The closest you get to travelling in time is a photograph.
It’s more precise than a memory, more present than a motion
picture and closer than a dream.

A photograph is a fragment of a time and place replaying in front
of your eyes in an endless loop. It’s continuously moving back
in time and thereby pushing closer and closer to reality.
The older a photograph becomes the further you travel through
time when viewing it. Welcome to the time machine.

-Lars


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