Light Objects 4: reflection

The other night I pictured a few of our light objects. The one with the light tubes are designed by Edy ten Berge of Libar in The Netherlands. Ten Berge is specialised (in fact the pioneer) in light transmission via tubes. He is engaged in this lightning technology since the beginning of the eighties.

Reflections of the Insect (see yesterday’s posting).

Pattern of a light insect

I’ve posted this light object (Made in Holland by Libar) before. I made a new picture and did some HDR-toning to emphasize the pattern of the shades.

The smaller images tell more about the working of this light object._DSC4734_DSC4817_DSC4830_DSC4821

Manipulated rural landscapes

I needed 5 different pictures for this composition. The first one is the sky (mainframe) added with the photo’s of respectively the lorry going off-hill; 2 of the cows (one mirrored) plus the sheep. The pictures have one thing on common; they were all made within a radius of 2 kilometers in Papiesvlei nearby our village Stanford, South Africa.

The title I gave the second composition is “Invasion of the Hottentots Gods” and is compiled of photo’s of the Stanford sky; the ‘Grand Canyon of South Africa’ near the hamlet Plathuis somewhere North of Route62 between Barrydale and Ladysmith; the Klein Rivier Mountains (mirrored); herons (left top) from the Storch Hotel in Zurich; a sculpture (twice) from the garden of Fraai Uitzicht plus enlargements of the Hottentots God; a fascinating South African insect worshipped by natives.