Tag Archives: light
This morning’s temperature was zero degrees fahrenheit and provided a much more crystalline formation on the window than usual, inspiring this brief photographic journal. Frozen in Time – Laura Marinangeli… photographic meditation on ice crystals in a window.
Last night, outside temperatures dipped to 5 degrees (fahrenheit) so inside condensation on the windows was frozen this morning… one of my favorite photographic subjects. I’m fascinated by the interplay of water and light. Surface reflections on droplets, bodies of water, ice crystals, light passing through fog… doesn’t matter, I’m taken by all of it. […]
I know, it doesn’t SEEM small… but when you look at Earth’s interconnected systems, many poised on the edge of catastrophe, it becomes very small indeed. Especially since we don’t have any means of escape, or anywhere to escape to. The path ahead may be fraught with difficulty and danger… and I have no idea […]
Just felt like a trip through the great, expanded mind of Terence McKenna… Terence McKenna – Shamans Among the Machines – loadedshaman (YT)
According to Ret. Major Ed Dames, information he has received via “remote viewing” (a form of ESP) suggests North Korea may soon “pop a nuke”… an act that will be one of the last recognized international events before a predicted “Kill Shot” from the Sun that will forever change life as we know it. This […]
focuspocus This video is part of the “Same Shot… Different Day” series that I’m working on… it is a follow-up to “Study in Light and Texture” (re-posted below). Both videos are a reflection on my lifelong intrigue with light and water… especially water droplets. “Study in Light and Texture”