just came across this wonderful pic , a solargraph (a method of recording paths of the sun over a period of time .)


by Justin Quinell

picture shows each phase of the sun over Bristol’s Clifton Suspension Bridge taken over a six month period.

the picture is taken with a pinhole camera , with no lens and just a photographic paper .It is left facing the sun for few months and let the sun expose the photographic paper – and the result is this stunning image .


and its fun to make those pinhole cameras , they can be made with bottles , beer cans etc., u can get a lot of help online  , do check out the site on solargraph , they supply the pinhole camera .

to know more about PINHOLE  Photography – click here

to know more about solargraphy – here


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