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The 31,536,000 second exposure

What better way to kick off our first blog post of 2012 than something that kind of blew our minds.

We'd like to share this year-long exposure of the Toronto skyline by photographer Michael Chrisman. Yup, a 365 day solargraph exposure.  

We needed to brush up on what exactly solargraphy was, so we turned to this site.

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