Light Data Flow

By: Gustav Hoiland

Mar 14 2011

Category: night light

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Focal Length:50mm
ISO:100
Shutter:30 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

Into the Cloud

Imagine this as a virtual environment that runs concurrent to your everyday walk across a bridge. Or perhaps a potential virtualization of… I’m really struggling to somehow tie in tomorrow’s interviews with a prominent software company with this image. In a momentary perusal of images, performed during a break from job research, I came across this and figured it could somehow be a visualization of that which is computation.

It works for me largely because there’s not much repetition of prominent lines/streaks. It’s difficult to dodge that with shorter exposures, but this was likely 30 seconds of spinning shaking sensor-rattling bliss. The warm incandescence so wonderfully paired with the pale to deep blues that were likely the final minutes of a sundown sky.

Now that I think of it, it seems more neuron-like. Some wild fury of synapses going about their daily grind in the grey matter, not semiconductors firing rhythmic pulses down microscopic lines of metal.

Also, California.

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