7 October 2016
Today, Udo Prinsen is bringing a wonderful print of one of the pinhole cameras, which I used this summer. A pin hole camera can have an exposure time of several days and in this period, the movement of the sun becomes part of the picture.
Here we are photographed at the entrance of the Arctic Centre of the University of Groningen with a beautiful print of the four london houses. In the middle two of these, the Netherlands Arctic Station is housed. You can see that we are above the Arctic Circle. The sun sinks in the north but does not set behind the horizon. Sunlight never stops during our field seasons.
Remember, this one and similar prints are for sale at http://www.udoprinsen.com/sees.
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