As I wrote before, here comes another northern lights photo. Those two, the tree and the man, are amazed by the show. The brightest part of the aurora was moving from left to right. The show is amazing.
It was a fantastic night with clear sky, no moon, and full of stars. I went out with my friend, +Aziz Nasuti , to a very dark place to take photos of stars. We were lucky enough that northern lights spiced the night even more with its gorgeous colours and movement.
Here is a photo of that night. Probably I will post more photos from that night.
I have already published a post titled "River Harp" where a part of a big metallic sphere is visible (related post). Here is a video featuring that sphere, namely the "River Harp", so you can hear its sound.
Being more precise, there are two such spheres, one on each river's bank. This is in Drammen city, Norway. The sound that these spheres produce are made of harmonies that are sung by a local choir. The sound generation is dependent on the surrounding condition all collected by a nearby bridge and send to the spheres. The bridge is called Ypsilon where surrounding condition such as the river current, pedestrians walking over the bridge, wind, cars passing nearby, etc., induce some vibrations on the bridge. Then the vibration is somehow transferred to the spheres and they are translated to sound harmonies. Neat!
Here is a photo where you can see the Ypsilon bridge and one of the River Harps (look for a shiny metallic sphere about the middle of the photo).
Compositing is a very interesting art subject where the art work can convey a strong message, make the viewer curious about something, and or induce other feelings.
I tried to make a composite from three photos that I took from almost a same scene at different moments during the autumn. I hope the viewer get the feeling that I intended to induce, the title should be clear about it, although the interpretations would be different from a person to another.