“I wrote a program that takes a picture outside of my office window every 5 minutes. It uploads the photo to a server and then analyzes the sky portion to figure out what the average sky color is at that time. The site is a constantly updating mosaic and record of the sky over New York City, and I think it looks pretty awesome.
I’m looking to expand this project across the globe. If you have a cool view and wouldn’t mind running the program hooked up to a webcam all day, get in touch.” – Mike Bodge
These images are made by Canadian designer Michael Surtee, who takes photos of the same patch of sky seen from his New York apartment, every day. Really beautiful and amazing how each section is so unique.