Subtle Stars, Sifting Tides

Subtle Stars, Sifting Tides

This was a roughly 45 minute exposure shot with a Lomo LC-A on Fuji 200 film in Anmyeondo, South Korea. (안면도, 대한민국 ). © Patrick Bresnahan

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16 thoughts on “Subtle Stars, Sifting Tides

  1. Star trails.. I had a search for colour infrared film, rumour has it that this guy Dean Bennici has some 2011 stock but I am guessing you probably already knew that 😀

  2. I like how the old pier pylons (I’m guessing that’s what they are?) protrude into the otherwise softly stated scene. The glow of the city lights beyond couple nicely with the star trails above as well. Great capture.

    • To tell you the truth, I’m not exactly sure what those posts were. There was some hanja written on each one. Hanja refers to Chinese characters that were adopted into Korean. I can read Korean just fine, but my Chinese / hanja is practically non-existent. The posts kind of looked like jangseung, which are Korean totem poles that are used to ward off evil spirits. However, jangseung typically have carved faces – these posts did not. Anyhow, thanks for the comment! I’m glad you like this photo : )

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