The Synchronicity Project is a simple yet beautiful idea to â€œShare the Time and Environment. Photos and Reports of the Globe at Glance.â€
Created by Jun Tsuzuki, itâ€™s supported by participants who find the project interesting, and is free to join if you fit that single criteria.
To participate, simply take a picture of where you are at and what you are up to, regardless of what that is, at a designated time.
The designated time is chosen by Jun, and has either a neat and euphonious look (Examp: 11:11:11 on 11/11) or a time during which a historical event took place (Examp: 9/11)
The designated time is also based on the GMT, so your specific time might not match up with the perfect time, but thatâ€™s actually the point. Itâ€™s supposed to be a portrait of the world at a single point in time, though not necessarily the â€œperfectâ€ point in time.
If the project interests you, and youâ€™d like to participate, then youâ€™d better find a camera quick, because the next time is January 1st at 00:00:00 GMT (December 31st at 04:00:00PM on the West Coast, and 07:00:00PM on the East Coast if youâ€™re in the US).
What will you be doing?
[Via: Cool Hunting]