Launching My Future

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Uploaded 19 Apr 2011
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© Peter H. Rosen
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UploadedApril 19, 2011
TakenApril 11, 2011
Exposure259 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm

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A divine synchronicity in the placement of the models upper hand which unbeknownst to me, was the origin of a flight coming into the Maui Airport in its usual LOOP and touch down just beyond the left edge of the image. I lit the scene first and then the model who was still for about one minute so I could pass my light around her. I tried to remember where her lower hand was, making the twirl as an afterthought. I call my light painting process involving transparent human forms dancing on the edge of time, FROM ROCKS TO DNA: DANCING ON THE EDGE OF TIME using my patent pending SPIRIT BODY PROCESS PERFORMANCE PHOTOGRAPHY.

The idea being your body will disappear back into the earth... but your Spirit will remain long after the body dies, inextricably bonded to the Aina (Earth).

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  • Ryan Lunsford

    Ryan Lunsford gave props (19 Apr 2011):


  • Peter H. Rosen

    Peter H. Rosen said (28 Apr 2014):

    All this time and only one "critique" hmmm is something wrong with my visibility?

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