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February 2010: Science and Art
 

Who was one of the first to make pin-hole photographs in the 1850s? "He was Scottish scientist Sir David Brewster", said Mario Di Maggio, who is promoting my international and global project on their new and popular Facebook page: 

http://www.facebook.com/ThinktankPlanet

 

 

The Moving Sun

    This photograph is a six-month exposure of Glasgow Science Centre taken with a

pin-hole camera from the opposite bank of the river Clyde. The home-made pin-hole camera was

positioned with its shutter open for six months - from 21 Dec 2003 (winter solstice) to 21 Jun 2004 (summer solstice).

   

 

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