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Friday, May 25, 2012

The Weekend in Black and White: Patterned by Nature

The mesh looking thingamajigie is actually part of a 90 foot long, 10 foot wide, LCD glass ribbon snaking through the Nature Research Center's 5 story Atrium in Raleigh, NC. It has 3,600 sandwiches of LCD glass which cycles through clips of 20 patterns found in Nature. For more information you can click here.
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Click for the home of the weekend in black and white.

16 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Spectacular composition, I like so much b&w in your picture, it's great!
Léia

EG CameraGirl said...

Very cool in B&W! Great choice for monochrome.

Dragonstar said...

It sounds a wonderful thing to see. I like your photo very much.

Maboe said...

I like!

HansHB said...

A great post for Weekend in B&W!

michael bird said...

Impressive, Carver, both the photo and the subject of the photo.

Margaret Gosden said...

Seems like a very elaborate, out of reach piece of subject matter for viewing! Overall composition interesting!

Monica S Engell said...

Amazing and very interesting to read!Great photo,- a lot lines and curves!
Have a nice weekend:)

Sallie (FullTime-Life.com said...

I think it's actually a thingamabob ;>)...but I love how you find these photo ops. (And I learn from every one of your posts!)

Indrani said...

LCD glass ribbon?! I could have never guessed. Modern architecture is so complexly beautiful!

Rune said...

Fascinating shapes with broken curves or lines, well selected and presented in this picture. Have a nice weekend!

lina@home sweet home said...

I guess it's my first time to see something like this. Great shot!

Ramakrishnan said...

Amazing capture

jewaicious said...

What a fantastic capture of contrasts and geometrical lines. A beauty.

Laura said...

excellent composition!

genie said...

Carver - All of your photographs of this so-called thingamajig are wonderful, but this one I call awesome. I wish I could see it. What a treat that would be. genie

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