You may have seen a few by now; the GIF has roared back to life with a “new” art form refered to as a cinemagraph. These graphics are simply images with small (and sometimes not-so-small) additions of movement, usually just enough to catch your eye: not a video but not a still shot, either. Common examples of animation added in the image include adding wind movement to hair or fabrics, giving motion to tires on vehicles, or including other subtle changes such as in the following:

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