Starry Night: Light Installations por Lee Eunyeol, invita a disfrutar de la naturaleza de noche con sus combinaciones de luz y color.
Field of Light was an installation at the Eden Project in Cornwall, England by lighting designer Bruce Munro. The installation was comprised of 6,000 acrylic stems with fibre optic cables that represent light flowers or seeds that "blossom" at night.
“Obon” Artist Miya Ando released 1,000 non-toxic resin leaves coated w/ phosphorescence into a small pond in Puerto Rico. During the day the leaves would “recharge”, & by night, give off a ghostly, ethereal glow. The installation “Obon” was inspired by a Japanese Buddhist festival of the same name, & to simulate Puerto Rico’s bioluminescent bays, a natural phenomenon caused by dinoflagellates, photosynthetic underwater organisms that emit light when agitated.
Bruce Munro:: Light at Longwood gardens http://creativisimowe.blogspot.mx/2012/06/bruce-munro-light-at-longwood-gardens.html
Light Painting Photography in Nature and Cities
Light Painting Photography in Nature and Cities by Vitor Schietti
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Geometric Light Installations by Nicolas Rivals Bathe the Spanish Countryside in Red
Studio Roosegaarde is known for its mind-bending designs, from a solar-powered glowing highway to a ring made out of smog, but their latest project takes things to an incredible new level. Inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s The Starry Night, the project in The Netherlands is a gorgeous illuminated bike path made out of swirling solar-powered LED lights and light-collecting paint. At night, the path is lit by thousands of twinkling stones, creating a beautiful night sky on the ground. The path is…
There is a moment when a clinging bead of water, in quiet orb-like suspension, becomes a droplet. The droplet reflects its surroundings while gathering light within. There is a moment when molten glass transforms from liquid to solid. This instant of transition is accompanied by an emission of beautiful light. Momento freezes that moment of ephemeral beauty and turns it into a source of light. The elliptical shadow, folding over itself, captures the glassmaker’s spinning…