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Light Echoes 12 Sep 2013

As part of their new Light Echoes project, Aaron Koblin and Ben Tricklebank have been firing traces of light onto landscapes using a laser aboard a moving train and taking long-exposure photos of the results. Or as they call it, "[collapsing] time and space into images which document the historical pulses of data in the form of light reflecting off earth and matter". Here's the first project output:

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