Timescapes” are photographic works that depict the evolution of a landscape’s colours over a period of time. Cole photographs the same landscape every minute for a certain period of time, a few hours, a day. All the colours of the sky are then converted into one average colour, and the same happens with those of the land surface, a lawn or the sea. These colours are digitally assembled until a timeline is created. Cole uses this process to tell different stories. In 60 tours d’éré, he photographed the sunset between 19:00 and 24:00 6o times during the summer of 2016. Throughout the series, in addition to the fact that no day is the same although the subject is, we see darkness falling earlier and earlier.