Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Is this as wild as it looks in your photos?
A very nice series William. I love your work!!Greetings from the Netherlands!Gert Janwww.gertjanhermus.nl
good idea for look the live in blue
Fotografias com um belo efeito visual.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
I would love to see this in person. How much time did you spend in the exhibit? Artificial light can be hard to photograph, but you made it come to life.JanisGDP
@Lady Fi: they had that feel.@Kay: it was!@Gert: thanks!@Bergson: there was a lot of blue!@Francisco: thank you.@Janis: I usually spent a half hour to forty five minutes in there. I would take my time.
As ever, we are too late to go. It's hard playing tourist in a city where we lived, I guess, and where we are into the hospital, which is a marathon day every time! Thanks for sharing these.
...the blues are my favorites.
I like the blues too.
This is really cool art. It doesn't last long but it's very creative.
Super motion filled images, happy weekend William ☺
@Jennifer: you're welcome.@Tom: there was a lot of blue!@Lois: as do I.@Red: the screens are constantly shifting.@Grace: thanks!
So fascinating! I really love the blue in the 1st two pictures!
It must have been mesmerizing.
It's all so surreal...almost unreal. It must have been quite an unusual experience and a lot of fun.
It's hard to imagine what this must be like in real life!
Some of the effects are dizzying, even from your pictures!I like the last photo for its gentle undulating look!
@Tamago: me too!@Sharon: it was!@Lowell: it was fun.@RedPat: it was quite an experience.@Christine: there are times during this that not only on the screens, but in terms of the lighting within the station itself, it feels like a train is rushing through. The overhead lights, some of which can be seen lit up through the translucent screens, flash on and off in order as those sequences happen, adding to the feeling of an invisible train passing through. I can see this sort of thing perhaps being problematic to someone who might be prone to seizures!
Interesting images of the lightshow in the museum.
Hello, meat images and I love the colors and effects. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
Splendid images William, it must have been an impressive sight to see.
Very cool and creative. It must be fascinating to see.
Wow! I missed your earlier post(s?) on this and now I'm afraid to look. Very spooky images.
The colors is what makes these appealing to me.
I love light shows!
@Marianne: it was fun to see.@Eileen: thank you!@Denise: it was.@Bill: very much so.@Catalyst: thanks!@Tammie: me too.@Eve: trippy indeed!@Linda: I agree!@Norma: so do I.
Beautiful images. I love the last one.