This is just the full moon from my room, through a large lens at the right distance.
A marvelous gate of a marvelous gatehouse. The sunset shadow thrown over the rough stones and surrounding structure was too interesting to ignore. Patterned projection onto such objects is often aesthetically rewarding. It took real effort not to put up every photo I took.
This is a Balafire Flicker Bulb. The carbon filament oscillates (and even hits the sides of the bulb), giving the appearance of a wobbling flame.
The silence of such a violent thing gives it a curious presence.
I had been meaning to photograph the shadows on this chapel’s vault for a very long time, and finally got around to it. The quatrefoils in the woodwork are barely visible when one stands directly beneath, but lights are angled upward that paint the vault with their lacy shadows. The shadows are just as important here.
Just some fun with a nice lens. Great caustics. Great green. Fun collection of images from the room in one small space. All sunlight.
Fluoroscope and X-ray tube from the Edison Museum (Fort Myers, Florida). One of the many cool things there. It allows a brief view of the bones in one’s hand. Yes it irradiates your hand, but it takes a lot more than a flash to do anything.
A moth shadow dancing in hand.