Guiding Lights

By: Gustav Hoiland

Jan 29 2012

Category: Uncategorized

1 Comment

Focal Length:50mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II


Another capture from the aviatory endeavor of yesterday. The vehicular embarkment of intranational travel. An eventual landing in a far off land, and a subsequent day of powderous skiing, mile-high sunlight, and beer on the slopes. Reunition with family, dinner table and couch based conversation, and the lesson of Beauty, Form and Balance.

I say in five years this very image will be createable with nearly no noise. Today’s tools of visual capture are rudimentary at best (considering future technological capabilities), and this’ll be laughable in its technical shortcomings. But for now, by jove it works for me. A prime example of intent versus … aesthetic purities, perhaps.

I’m also putting this out there as more of a metaphorical statement. Me being within this vessel, looking out on the launch pad of my future, soon to be tearing through life at breakneck speeds in an ever expanding sky at more elevated heights. Something like that. Brains, geography, passions, the like.

It’ll sink in eventually.

One comment on “Guiding Lights”

  1. Good perspectives Gus. Great things lie ahead for you

    Uncle Mark

    In Steamboat Colorado

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