Although these images may look like oil paintings created with delicate brushstrokes how they are actually created is far cooler. Taken by Canadian photographer Matt Molloy these striking images of landscapes and sunsets are actually photographs that have been created with a unique style that Molloy refers to as 'time stacks'.
The photos are created by layering multiple exposures of the same location over a period of time, much like a traditional long exposure photograph however this technique creates a more visible sense of time. The results of this clever process speak for themselves. You can see more via Molloy's Flickr.