Astonishing Smeared Skies By Matt Molloy: They Are Not Paintings But Stacked Photographs!

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The first sight on these pictures you may wonder who’s the creator of these wonderful paintings. But Matt Molloy is not a painter at all. Instead, he’s a photographer who’s fascinated about the natural scenes, such as the beautiful sunsets or cloudscapes. Living on the shore of Lake Ontario himself, he has got numerous chances to capture the sunset and sunrise as well as the change of cloud. A lot of photographs have been shot about it for over 3 years. Then one day he started experimenting with time lapse sequences. He made these pictures by stacking hundreds of separate sky shots in order to achieve a brush-like effect. And he did it. You could check out his gallery for more.

Photograph Reach for the Clouds by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Pyramid Powered Portal by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Power Plant by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Diagonal Sky by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Inukshuk Ice Stack by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Day Dreamer by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Forever Spinning by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Converging Cloud Trails by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Against the Grain by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Late Night Lake by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Twenty Minute Sunset by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Twenty Minute Sunset by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Contrails vs Cloud Trails by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Power Lines by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Colour Changing Contrails by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Colour Changing Contrails by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Between the Celestial Poles by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Cloud Rays by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Triangular Void by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Summer Time(lapse) by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph All Paths Lead to Ra by Matt Molloy on 500px

Photograph Isolated Storms by Matt Molloy on 500px

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