Remarkable photo

A photo tracking the sun’s cycles over more than eight years — believed to be the longest exposure image ever taken — has been discovered inside a cider can.
The image shows the 2,953 arced trails of the sun as it rose and set through nearly a decade of changing seasons.
Photographer Regina Valkenborgh was an fine-art student at the University of Hertfordshire in southern England when she decided to create a series of makeshift pinhole cameras by lining drink cans with photographic paper.