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One Year in 40 Seconds by Eirik Solheim is a Great Visual Metaphor

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: • References: eirikso & theworldsbestever
One Year in 40 Seconds by Eirik Solheim is a timelapse video that offers a captivating visual metaphor for how fast time can appear to go by, fitting for this post New Year's week. The video shows the dramatic changes that take place in nature over the course of a year, focusing on one single spot in a forest.

What makes One Year in 40 Seconds by Eirik Solheim so noteworthy is that he selected a location that experiences drastic seasonal changes, showing stereotypical signs of each phase, from autumn leaves the color of flames to a fluffy blanket of snow in the winter to dramatic flowering of the treets and rich green carpet of grass in the spring and summer.

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