Layering With Light II by Alexis Gerard

{Layering With Light (Muni Bus Stop, San Francisco Ca)

Part of an ongoing exploration of layering with light.

“We don’t see beings or objects,
we see the light energy they reflect.”

View Layering With Light I

Aamora member Alexis Gerard co-authored Going Visual, founded Future Image and 6Sight® & is a member of the International Advisory Council of the George Eastman House. View his Flickr photostream or his aamora contributions.

7 thoughts on “Layering With Light II by Alexis Gerard”

  1. This is another magnificent example of how using the light in proper benefit, good, the photo benefit. But not everything is light. Neither everything is skill. And it must never be concept. I believe that a thin balance must coexist between the three. Here you achieve this balance again. The light is magnificent, just as the color and the composition (we would talk about skill) but it penetrates the concept again. That lately you are giving to small doses, these spaces of transit where one can feel comfortable but on the other hand it retires quickly. I can imagine here sat, reading the press or a book, waiting for the bus… and know that it would be a warm and agreeable place (for the light and the ambience that it exhales) but it would be a place that it would leave quickly.
    Well, forgives my mental rolls… Congratulations for the photo.
    Ps. Rollos mentales se traduciría como mental rolls??? Qué raro!

  2. All there is is light, light is all there is… Another splendid image that reveals this ordinary/extraordinary fact. Gracias, Alexis!

  3. “Thank you, driver, for getting me here (too much Magic Bus)”

    No doubt about it, this shot rocks Aamora’s Playground.

  4. This is a very interesting image and shows how the ‘inside’ can be ‘outside’
    I love the way the angle of the sun has changed the direction of the pattern.

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