Ahh, the excitement – as I’m typing this, I have absolutely no idea under what name it will be posted – I returned to my fave computer, now connected again to the world, (with the change of the IP, assuming there is a change or am I ignorant? Don’t I have to log in or even sign up?) I’m recognized here as a legitimate poster…. what a thrill! :-*
Ok, can’t wait any longer, which one of the Svens is coming to the surface now?…
Damn, back to the boring routine. :-[ Got to shake things up. It’s decided: I’ll change my alias to sven666, in modern graphics it should look like something “sven||| ||||| |||||”, you know, the barcode lines. Nah, it don’t look too good either. >:(
Sorry, I’m just giddy and talk non stop – with the internet, life is back to full blown electronics paradise!
Attila Kalman in Littlehampton, UK create this solargraph (in this case, a simple pinhole camera made of a beer can ) between June 21 and December 20, 2012. The camera was fixed to a single spot for the entire exposure time, and it continuously recorded the sun’s path as a glowing trail burned into the photosensitive paper inside of it. The breaks and gaps between the lines are caused by clouds. It shows the path of the sun over the months between a June and December solstice. As seen from the Northern Hemisphere, the sun’s path gets lower each day.