I read this series of animated GIFs by François Sola in two ways. The poetic way, where time stops so we can appreciate the details of a normal day in the subway stations of Lyon, France. And the it-creeps-me-out way, where some people have the power to stop time and move freely while others are completely frozen.
In the 25 years since the invention of the Gif file, it's undergone an incredible metamorphosis developing from little more than a static image to become stunning cinemagraphs. PBS's Off Book explores the history of the Gif.