Visible Distribution

By: Gustav Hoiland

Mar 24 2012

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:17mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/250 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Lights Off

Tiny black lines carrying invisible product. Quite literally access to the force of energy, the final product borne from raging coal infernos, whooping wind turbines, continuously ignited natural gas, and the contained silence of nuclear reactions. I can’t confirm that last one. I have no idea if a nuclear reactor in a state of criticality (normal functioning mode, bad choice of word by the industry) is indeed silent. I suspect it is, but its soft silence is drowned out by the steam turners.

Just more neighborhood photography here. There might even be something to it, though I’m not sure what yet. I find myself always shooting the spaces in between houses. The void between interior order, where driveways reign, backyards grow, and all manner of interesting stuff tends to turn up.

Cloudy and chilly after a spate of divine summer sun and warmth drenched days.

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