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Blue Lights from AZURE

Published onAug 18, 2020
Blue Lights from AZURE

By chance I found the photo (see below) on the Internet, and I liked it immediately. In a way, it's a modern version of Casper David Friedrich's paintings, but it's from contemporary photography. The subject is triggered by the Auroral Zone Upwelling Rocket Experiment (AZURE) (s. The location for the photograph is in the north of Norway. Last but not least I like very much the lights of the city, which seem to compete with the gaslight tracks.

I suppose Otto Piene would have been the first to try to arrange the light experiments as visual works of art.

Credit: Yang Sutie

See the original website, where I found it:

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