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Solargraphy Project: 33 weeks in the Mono Basin

This picture shows 33 weeks of sunrises over the Mono Basin, east of Yosemite. It was made with a home-brew pinhole camera attached to a cottonwood tree at Dechambeau Ranch. You can see a bit of Mono lake just below … Continue reading

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Solargraphy Project: If the Earth had Rings Like Saturn

If the Earth had Rings Like Saturn, This Might Be the View From Alaska This is actually a 16-week pinhole camera exposure of the sun, looking west, near Davis, California, June–October, 2014.  (Why “Alaska”?  A high latitude from which to … Continue reading

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Solargraphy Project: 8 Weeks near Davis

Here’s an 8-week exposure of the setting sun and some valley oaks near Davis, California. This was taken with a home-crafted pinhole camera, the 1-quart paint can model, loaded with Ilford Multigrade FB paper. The exposure ran from April 26 … Continue reading

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