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New York City Colour Study Timeline | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

New York City Colour Study Timeline

New York City Colour Study Timeline

For a while now I’ve been taking a picture outside my front window of the New York sky. Each of those images is then cropped to leave an abstract colour. Today is day 48 and I was curious to see the relationship between all the colours and what time I actually took the photo so I made the above chart. What I wasn’t expecting was how the timeline to some degree followed when I woke up and how it corresponded with the week day. The earlier images seem to come on Wednesdays while the weekend has some of the later times. It was also interesting to see how some weeks were quite balanced while others were all over the place. I’d recommend you clicking HERE to see the full scale image as the thumbnail isn’t that great. The actual images of New York City Colour Study are at www.flickr.com/photos/michaelsurtees/sets/72157603736976953/

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  • http://www.mlarson.org Mark

    I love this project, Michael. I think I’ll need to build a collection of my own.