The light in this stairwell at the Moses H. Cone mansion on the Blue Ridge Parkway made me think about “ray tracing”. Its a computer animation rendering algorithm that simulates the path particles of light take from the source angle as they bounce off various surfaces. I’m also reminded of Bob Heist’s lesson in Basic Photography at Randolph Community College back in the early 80s – “the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence”.
Well not that old but it’s on board Fram a famous Norwegian Polar exploration vessel used on three polar expeditions from 1893-1912. Now on dry land at its museum in Oslo.
Leica Q2 Monochrom
PP Capture One 22
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Renovation begins on this old mill by stripping back the sheathing and replacing the rotted beams. The building sits on a raised platform so the waterfall on the Connetquat river can power the water wheel