One year in one image, by Eirik Solheim [thanks Timo]. This is a gorgeous, a time lapse pixel sliced photograph of a forest. It's funny to see how fast the seasons transition. It's like winter, winter, winter, winter, then boom, spring. Then spring is like watching something catch fire. It imperceptibly greens, a raising of temperature, a growing veriditas or orenda that suddenly ignites. I wonder how much this varying rate of change influences my own perception of time passing: January to July 2010 lasted ten centuries, but the second half of the year flashed by in a second.