Back lit, back then.
‘Sunset on Padaro Beach’
The sun throws light at the striated cloud formations scattered above the Pacific. Colors emerge as different wavelengths reflect off of the coagulated, suspended water particles.
You, too, can reflect beautiful wavelengths.
‘Earth Hour for Pandas’
If you don’t participate in earth hour for yourself or future generations, do it for the Pandas. All non-essential electronics off from 8:30 - 9:30, please.
Panda themed door captured on Haight Street in San Francisco, CA.
Turn offs turn me on…
“Sunset Over Golden Gate Park”
Ooooohhh yeah! First evening in San Francisco and I got this!? It’s on! Fisherman’s Wharf today, real excited!
‘2-Hour Alaskan Sunset’
Shot this whilst in Alaska a while back.
Sunrise: 4:56 AM; Sunset: 10:57PM ~ 20 hours of day light
Alex Moshakis, 10 February 2011
(1) We know no other Holtons, and feel it important that Holton Rower is therefore presented here. (2) This video reveals Holton’s process, which seems insanely simple, but which nevertheless results in surprisingly beautiful, borderline psychedelic works. (3) The video’s director, Dave Kaufman, has set the whole thing to the Kronos Quartet’s rendition of Philip Glass’String Quartet No. 3 (Mishima), apparently to suggest drama and/or excitement. We feel it works.