The Beauty Of TimeBy Burkey Belser
January 9, 2018
I have spent a lifetime searching for new ways to “see.” Usually, I try to change the “lens,” which can mean close up or far away. It can mean black and white or saturated color. It can mean warped or stretched or any of the artificial lenses embedded in Photoshop. Sometimes, however, the lens can be time. These long exposures, found by our indomitable IT director, Nanther Thangarajah, offer a fresh perspective on the familiar. I am particularly attracted to the Hogwartzian tram that appears to have left the station in an instant and the highway to heaven defined by a flight path. Actually, all of these images are remarkable and get you thinking…if I only had time.