Burghley Lunar-See, 2013

Taken using homemade time-lapse pinhole cameras (Mark IV), this is a series of photographs documenting the nocturnal rhythms of the moon. From November 2012 until March 2013, I installed 20 Mark IV cameras in the gardens at Burghley House in Lincolnshire (UK). With exposures of between 1128 and 1175 hours these photographs represent nearly 6 months of darkness.

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