Test Times Two

Tully Rohrer

March 14th, 2007

Nature creates some of the most incredible things, doesn’t it?

I’ve decided do a series of images incorporating urchin tests starting with Monday’s image and continuing with today’s. It’s amazingly difficult to get up motivation to go out and just “shoot” for the blog. Now that I have some purpose for some shots, hopefully it’ll pull some creativity from me. And you, dear viewer, should feel free to give me any feedback on the series.

Song of the Day : Broken Social Scene - Love and Mathematics
I was listening to Broken Social Scene as I processed this image, and I realized there are few bands that can lay claim to the diversity of styles that BSS can. This song is driven by percussion accompanied with dreamy guitar and a silky bass line - and the results are hypnotizing. I’d have a hard time imagining there could possibly be a person that wouldn’t fall in love with at least part of Broken Social Scene’s catalog.

Sorry I didn’t comment on this before - I’m a lazy ho, really, is my only excuse. This is definitely my favorite in the sea urchin series, I love the way it almost doesn’t look like objects, but like pixels sort of drifting into black and then out again. Its really well balanced, whether its a literal balance between the actual elements of the composition - or the color balance between light and dark. Really nicely put together.

Becky — March 18th, 2007

I loved the jump as we sailed away tully!pictures pretty cool too.

the other becky — March 26th, 2007

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