Tonight I attended a free large-scale light installation at Columbia University’s Lenfest Center for the Arts called Waterlicht, which means “water light” in Dutch.
Waterlicht is a three-day only installation designed by Dutch artist Dan Roosengaarde.
More details can be found at the link below. From my experience, registering is not required. Just show up and enjoy!
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A parade participant plays to the crowd at Montreal’s 2019 National Day Parade.
This is a 30 second self-portrait that was taken by Kofu’s Kanente Station.
Can you see Mount Fuji in the distance? This was taken just after sunset from the Tembo Deck of the Tokyo Skytree. From the Tembo Deck, one can take in a 360-degree view of Tokyo at a height of 350 meters/1148 feet. It is located on the 350th floor.
My next post will not be photography. During the holiday season I took a break from writing, but now that 2016 is truly in full swing, it is time to dust off my pencils!
This is a shot of Nagano Prefecture’s Lake Suwa just after sunset. The statue is of Princess Yaegaki, who is a key figure in Honcho Nijushiko. Honcho Nijushiko is a five-act drama that was first performed in 1766. At the end of the story, Yaegaki walks across a frozen Lake Suwa to save her lover from a violent death.
This is a 60 second exposure of me dancing while holding an LED flashlight in my hand. It was taken on the grounds of the Yamanashi Prefectural Science Center/Kofu, Japan
Please click on the link below if you would like to see another image from this shoot.
This is a long exposure shot of me dancing with an LED flashlight. It was taken on the grounds of the Yamanashi Prefectural Science Center/Kofu, Japan
Children playing in a water display in Daegu, South Korea,