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The 'clickflashwhirr' Project is Time-Lapse Amazing

'Clickflashwhirr' has become a web-wide sensation as of late, with its subject hitting 5.5 years of daily photos thus far. The project focuses on Tiemen Rapati, who has taken a photo of herself every day for the last 5.5 years, starting in 2006.

With 365 photos per year (minus leap year), the project is a huge assortment of photos that spans different hair styles, makeup techniques and holiday costumes. Perhaps one of the most amusing aspects of the video is when it randomly cuts to her dressed as Cleopatra or another Halloween getup, which gives you an indication of time.

The video records all the physical changes made by Rapati over the span of the last 5.5 years.