GPS Failure!

GPS Failure! . . Uh, Honey? I don’t think the GPS is gonna be much good in another mile or so… . . Over the next few weeks I’ll be digging into my “Portals of Stone” collection, a series of composite images that blend “the infinite and eternal with the ancient and ruined.” . . The series was inspired by a visit to southern Scotland and Northern England in the spring of 2013. When I wandered among the ruins, I felt “the pull of time and space.” When I wanted to convey that experience in the two dimensions of a photo, I struck on the idea of blending my photos with starscapes from the Hubble Telescope (which, conveniently are all public domain!). . . So let us begin with my arrival in the Scottish Borders region, where the veil of time and space first lifted and showed me what lay beyond… . . . . 2013 paul@cohesionarts.com

Uh, Honey? I don’t think the GPS is gonna be much good in another mile or so… .

Over the next few weeks I’ll be digging into my “Portals of Stone” collection, a series of composite images that blend “the infinite and eternal with the ancient and ruined.”

The series was inspired by a visit to southern Scotland and Northern England in the spring of 2013. When I wandered among the ruins, I felt “the pull of time and space.” When I wanted to convey that experience in the two dimensions of a photo, I struck on the idea of blending my photos with starscapes from the Hubble Telescope (which, conveniently are all public domain!).



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