Gorgeous LA Sunrise Photo is Collage of 60 Images


Photographer Dan Marker-Moore recently created this stunning collage using 60 photos he had taken over the course of one LA sunrise. Each diagonal line, though barely visible, represents a different image and was taken a few minutes after the image to its left. It’s like the City of Angels is slowing yet beautifully waking up from its slumber.

As he tells us, “The image comes from my time slice series, which was the result of my search to share my timelapses in a single picture. The photos were taken on a very clear morning at Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area looking at Downtown Los Angeles in front of the San Gabriel Mountains.”

Dan Marker-Moore’s website



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