As a photographer, you hone your perceptions on the relationships between light, speed, and movement. And it is so thrilling when we can create an image that is a record of something that normally cannot be seen. We can slow down time, freeze it and record movement in a way that paints a fantasy, like the 2 giant cargo ships in this photo that passed by as a ghosts leaving only light trails.
ONLY READ THE SECOND PARAGRAPH IF YOU BELIEVE IN FAIRIES 🙂
Thinking of all these relationships makes me think funny enough of fairies. It has been said that fairies appear to us as sparks of light because they move at a much higher speed than we do. So, maybe this is a good place to start thinking about this, photography and fairies, yes, why not?
photo taken: the view of the Huang Pu river from my balcony that I never get tired of looking at.
5 replies on “Day Two Hundred Seventy, October 19, 2011”
Wow ! what a view. 🙂
isn’t it? shanghai is awesome!
why not indeed.. c