New York-based photographer Richard Silver takes beautiful landscapes. The artist, who has been to 75 countries and 220 different cities around the world, has come up with an interesting take on time-lapse photography.
In his recent series, Time Slice, he takes 36 pictures of the same landmark throughout the day and splices them together to form one single, gorgeous image of day to night.
"When I set up my tripod to take my photos I try and get there at least 30–45 minutes before the sun sets," Silver told MTV News.
When asked if there were any places he's yet to capture for this set of images, Silver said, "Having traveled to Paris a few times I know that the Eiffel Tower would be a perfect candidate for my series, so that's my first choice." His second? "The Sydney Opera House."
Take a look at seven of his stunning photographs below.
The New York City Skyline
Big Buddha in Phuket, Thailand
The Colosseum in Rome, Italy
Gateway to India in Mumbai, India
Parliament in London, England
Times Square, New York