Posted on Sunday, February 21st, 2016 by Toby Sanders
Jetlag captures two places at the same time with photography, showing what the world looks like at different hours of the day.
Jetlag is a photo journal of sorts created by two photographers in two different places, showcasing twelve hours of photography. Thomas C. and Axel C. are the photographers, Thomas being in United States and Axel in Iceland. This photo journal features pictures taken every 30 minutes. It’s the same 30 minutes, but because every part of the world is in a different time zone, the pictures are different showing what two different parts of the world looks like at any given time. Feel free to browse one side of the photos (U.S. or Iceland) or browse the photos side by side. Jetlag is an interesting way to experience two different parts of the world at the same time