Saturday, September 18, 2010

Electricity

Importing from defunct photo blog 
These photos are greatly enhanced by enlarging them.








26 comments:

Naturedigital said...

Amazing photographs Patrick.
Have a great weekend.
Costas

The Blogger Formerly Known As said...

Absolutely fascinating! I could stare at pictures like these for hours.
The enigmatic, masked blogger strikes again

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Excellent shots of an unusual subject.

Darryl and Ruth : )

Bossy Betty said...

So cool, Patrick! I think you should just tell people that last one is the sun taken with a really great telephoto lens.

Vencora said...

that defines groovy ^_^

Copyboy said...

Reminds me of the intro to Quantum Leap.

baygirl32 said...

They are amazing shots

Sam Liu said...

Vibrant photographs, electric is the best way to describe them. My favourite is the last one.

DrSoosie said...

How wonderfully you capture the many tentacles that radiate out from the center core of energy. It depicts how many places a power source can reach at one time. I like to think it represents the human spirit and energy we all emit. Awesome pictures!!

Warren Zoell said...

Back in the 80's I had one of those static globes sitting atop of one of my speakers. Yep I listened to a lot of Floyd back then.

Margaret Benbow said...

The last one is thrilling and mysterious. Imagine that orb coming at you out of a dark sky!!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Those globes are cool - we have one, too!

Pat Tillett said...

Costas - Thanks Costas! You have a nice weekend also...

TBFKA - Me too! Especially when in an altered state....LOL

B & R - Thank so much!

BB - Why yes, it is the sun, yeah, I meant to say that! really...

Vencora - Groovy and trippy!

Jesse - I totally forgot about that series...

baygirl - Thanks so much!

Sam - I agree, that's my fav also

DrSoosie - I think it represents the inside of my noggin! Thanks!

Waren - Oh yeah, one goes with the other...

Margaret - I thought it was kind of eerie myself! thanks Margaret.

Alex - All we need is a lava lamp and a water pipe we're good to go!

Ann Best said...

I'm always rewarded when I come in here!

These are indeed stunning photographs!!
Ann

Brian said...

Those are amazing!

RawknRobynsGoneBlogWild said...

I don't know what I'm looking at, but it sure is fascinating.
xoRobyn

Icy BC said...

These are fantastic shots! I like all the different colors!

Joe Cap said...

That last one is amazing...it looks like the sun!

Alice in Wonderland said...

I used to love those static globes!
I remember my brother having one when we were kids and it totally fascinated me!
Loved these photos...hummm, now how to photograph pure energy...something to think about.
Lightening captured in a globe.
Very interesting and thoughtful.

Steadfast Ahoy! said...

Other than being lucky and quick enought to catch a shot of lightning, I have no idea how you can photograph electricity. Cool stuff.
Rosemary

The Retired One said...

Far OUT, my friend! LOVED, loved, loved these shots!

Jimmy said...

Amazing Pictures Pat, I was tempted to touch the screen just to see if my hair would stand on end, they were so good.

Thanks for sharing

SquirrelQueen said...

Very cool shots!

Berit's fotoblogg. said...

Amazing pictures:) and I'm coming back to visit your blog.

Have a nice evening.

Berit.

Berit's fotoblogg. said...

Amazing pictures:) and I'm coming back to visit your blog.

Have a nice evening.

Berit.

Blue Wave 707 said...

Way cool! :-)