Let your clock die, Reclaim Your Time is an article I read the day I made this:
PSSST – You’ll want headphones to savor this 4min experience.
The slideshow track is by John Martyn – Small Hours from the album Sweet Little Mysteries: The Island Anthology
Many of the slides on this slideshow are longer than 10 seconds.
I enjoyed stretching the rules and am beginning to feel the space between the photos more fully.
This was my last wedding in Lima, my once-upon-a-time hometown, where My wife and I bought our first house, and where the sky invites the face of god. It reminds me of the amazing tropical thunderheads I’ve seen in Puerto Rico and the Bahamas. I am so grateful I was blessed to experience this August evening.
Just a technical note of interest – the web is the best place to view these photos because of the amazing Electric Magenta, or Fucia color of the sky. It is nearly impossible to reproduce that coloring in a print as explained by wikipedia:
When electric magenta is reproduced on paper, it is called fuchsia and it is physically impossible for it to appear on paper as vivid as on a computer screen. In order to reproduce it, a small amount of cyan printer’s ink must be added to printer’s magenta to make fuchsia, and therefore fuchsia is not a primary color of pigment–it is the color of printer’s magenta that is one of the primary colors of pigment (along with cyan and yellow).
The name fuchsia was chosen as the alias for electric magenta because that is the color name for the color that in printed reproduction is its equivalent.
Since prior to the introduction of personal computers magenta was synonymous with printer’s magenta, colored pencils and crayons called “magenta” are usually colored the color ofprocess magenta (printer’s magenta) shown above.
So while we experience it – it’s not yet something that we can fully capture!
I just thought that was a beautiful analogy to a photograph.