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Ingemar Bergmark

Day or Night?

Briar Bentley

Warps in Time

Town Basin, Whangarei, New Zealand

June 19, 2009, 11:30

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© 2009 Briar Bentley, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

My panorama starts at the base, with an introduction to the tenor of the mood I am trying to convey.

From there please draw your eyes upward (by using the mouse to navigate) until you are facing around the room. Gather the atmosphere of the museum with its clocks and history and read some of the stories about Mr. Clapham, a man happy to collect clocks and continuing even now to live through his legacy in the Clapham Clock Museum at Whangarei Town Basin.

But do we only exist at one moment of time; does our existence only occupy one space in time? Try to find the different people that are…or are not, within the panorama. Quantum Physics would suggest that we are at all times in all spaces within time so another “lifetime” is existing, in unlimited amounts, in a parallel understanding to where we see ourselves.

Now drift upwards to the ceiling, and find that time is being lost through the vent! Life is momentary, live it to the fullest, give joy to others and put aside harsh thoughts.

Joy uplifts where hate pulls down.
www.claphamsclocks.com/

Location

Australia - New Zealand / New Zealand

Lat: 35° 43' 29" S
Long: 174° 19' 36" E

Elevation: 0

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Canon 5D with 15mm fisheye
Manfrotto QTVR head
Autodesc Stitcher plus Photoshop, Photomatic for HDR
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