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PHOTOGRAPHY: BREWSHOT 1.0

Dan Bracaglia, 2012



Location: Brewshot 1.0
Photography: All work on this page ©, Dan Bracaglia, 2012.
Description: Completed Space
Date: Fall 2012



Many thanks to Dan Bracaglia, the photographer who runs The London Broil.  He did excellent work showing our space, and the rendering of the dichroic wall finally starts to do the effect justice.

Cheers.




Dan Bracaglia, 2012





Dan Bracaglia, 2012





Dan Bracaglia, 2012





Dan Bracaglia, 2012

Alignment: Hera @ Crotone

Location: Temple of Hera, Crotone, Calabria, Italy
Origin: 7th C. BCE, Greek
Ancient name: Promunturium LaciniumOther associated parties: Pythagoras (school)



Cardinal alignment of the temple.






From compass observations in situ, the layout appears to be incredibly precise, aligning axially from East to West.


Reviewing the actual sun map at the site, the site confirms the simple compass reading.

SUMMER SOLSTICE

AUTUMNAL EQUINOX

WINTER SOLSTICE

DRAWING: quarantine building study

Q-City sketch
8x14 inches, colored pencil, done with Front Studio, 2010

DRAWING: Observations

Thoughts of a Flaneur

Urban Observations and Fantasies

(2010-2012)

Tower Lights, 2010



Cliffside, 2010



Quattro Colosseo Duo, 2012

MYTHOLOGIES V

PORTICO

Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita
mi ritrovai per una selva oscura,
ché la diritta via era smarrita.

Ahi quanto a dir qual era è cosa dura
esta selva selvaggia e aspra e forte
che nei pensier rinnova la paura

Tant èamara che poco è più morte;
ma per trattar del ben ch'l' vi troval,
dirō de l'altre cose chi'l' v'ho scorte.

- dante, canto I.i






ROME. 2012

PHOTOGRAPHY: Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass

Photographs from a car window
Puglia, Italy
2012



 













 When the first rosy fingers of light appeared in the morning, young Telemachus lost no time in putting on his boots for the journey to town. 
- Homer.  The Odyssey, Book XVII,