Solargraphs from Antarctica

 

Paulo Casal is a scientist doing research in worldwide water contamination. Some of his work consists in collecting samples in different areas of the earth and that includes the Antarctica continent. In the context of the Next Best Thing Pinhole project, Paulo recorded several pinhole photographs during his last visit to Antarctica. Before he went there, I “explained” him how to use pinhole cameras and gave him with a 3D printed terraPin 6×6 pinhole camera provided by Todd Schlemmer. I also prepared several film plastic canisters as pinhole cameras, that Paulo packed with all his scientific material, to record solargraphs. The results are not the best solargraphs we could probably get but, anyway, we wanted to share them with you.

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