Google Maps is used nowadays as a visual database of the world, though the images displayed are not always accurate in detail. I found coordinates on Google Maps where two different satellite images are placed right beside each other: one taken in daytime, and one taken at night. This creates a border that doesn't exist in reality: a digital time line separating day from night.
Sometimes the color contrast is so big from day to night that it's hard to believe both photos are taken in the same location. I mixed the colorful landscapes into geometric shapes and patterns, crossing the day into the night and creating entirely new compositions from the same place.