One-Year Time-Lapse of a Bike Decomposing On a NYC Street
One-Year Time-Lapse of a Bike Decomposing On a NYC Street What happens when you chain a bike -- loaded up with bells and baskets and all the trimmings -- to a pole on a busy SoHo street in NYC, and then leave it there for a year? Life-Cycle is just such an experiment by Red Peak. They photographed the bike every day for 365 days to see what would happen. Interestingly, the bike stayed intact for quite awhile. But as soon as a few bits and pieces started disappearing, the rest of the bike was not long for this world.