Light objects by Dutch artist Edy ten Berge (left) and South African recycle artist Jan Vingerhoets (middle)
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).
after this morning’s reflection..
THE Hairdresser in our village is Belinda and she is not only a pleasant personality. Belinda is determined to make something special of your hair and she really likes it. No village gossip but just fun and in the meantime focussed. Stanford can be proud of its ‘Hair by Belinda’ and Belinda takes pride in her ‘pieces of hair art’! Not much art in my hair but since Belinda is taking care for it every two months I’m more aware of my ‘upholstering’. Anyway sometime ago we made a deal that I would photograph her while busy with my topping.
So I sat there with my camera in hand in front of the mirror; the lens adjusted to wide angle (16mm)l just to make sure not to miss anything.
All reflections are cropped and processed to B&W. Still have to work on details though.
Yesterday I published some trial pictures of the sunrise at the Stanford River Lodge. While shooting I also clicked in between some reflections in the river.
And yesterday evening I discovered that this blog has 200 followers and I’m also aware that the last weeks the number of weekly new followers is increasing…. Number 200 is a promising young photographer/artist. Promising….?… well … stunning pics!!!!