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I recently pedaled my bike to the top of a paved road in Malibu, California, above the Pacific Ocean. I made a photo with the camera in my cell phone. I've discovered the tiny lens in the camera is good at seeing what I can't with my eyes: bright beams... 
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of light that peek out from the corners and edges of things, like trees and clouds and boulders. I decided to incorporate one of the beams into this photograph.. I'm sure some people will see these light rays as distractions. I think of them as another way to experience reality, similar to the way wide-angle and telephoto lenses change our view of the world. Now that I know they're waiting for me and my cell phone camera to find them, I'm on the lookout for these magical manifestations of electro-magnetism.
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Upload DateMay 4, 2015
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Size3.53 MB
FileIMG_3749.jpg
CameraApple iPhone 6 Plus
ISO Speed32
Exposure1/1582 sec
Aperturef / 2.2
Focal Length4.2 mm
FlashDid not Fire
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Dave Wyman

Beam Me Up! - An Alternate Vision of Reality

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I recently pedaled my bike to the top of a paved road in Malibu, California, above the Pacific Ocean. I made a photo with the camera in my cell phone. I've discovered the tiny lens in the camera is good at seeing what I can't with my eyes: bright beams... 
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of light that peek out from the corners and edges of things, like trees and clouds and boulders. I decided to incorporate one of the beams into this photograph.. I'm sure some people will see these light rays as distractions. I think of them as another way to experience reality, similar to the way wide-angle and telephoto lenses change our view of the world. Now that I know they're waiting for me and my cell phone camera to find them, I'm on the lookout for these magical manifestations of electro-magnetism.

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ISO Speed32
Exposure1/1582 sec
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Focal Length4.2 mm
FlashDid not Fire
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I recently pedaled my bike to the top of a paved road in Malibu, California, above the Pacific Ocean. I made a photo with the camera in my cell phone. I've discovered the tiny lens in the camera is good at seeing what I can't with my eyes: bright beams... 
View More
of light that peek out from the corners and edges of things, like trees and clouds and boulders. I decided to incorporate one of the beams into this photograph.. I'm sure some people will see these light rays as distractions. I think of them as another way to experience reality, similar to the way wide-angle and telephoto lenses change our view of the world. Now that I know they're waiting for me and my cell phone camera to find them, I'm on the lookout for these magical manifestations of electro-magnetism.
286Views
3Likes
1Favorites
CategoryNature
Upload DateMay 4, 2015
Dimensions3264px × 2448px
Size3.53 MB
FileIMG_3749.jpg
CameraApple iPhone 6 Plus
ISO Speed32
Exposure1/1582 sec
Aperturef / 2.2
Focal Length4.2 mm
FlashDid not Fire
Tags---
Dave Wyman

Beam Me Up! - An Alternate Vision of Reality

© Dave Wyman Unfollow

I recently pedaled my bike to the top of a paved road in Malibu, California, above the Pacific Ocean. I made a photo with the camera in my cell phone. I've discovered the tiny lens in the camera is good at seeing what I can't with my eyes: bright beams... 
View More
of light that peek out from the corners and edges of things, like trees and clouds and boulders. I decided to incorporate one of the beams into this photograph.. I'm sure some people will see these light rays as distractions. I think of them as another way to experience reality, similar to the way wide-angle and telephoto lenses change our view of the world. Now that I know they're waiting for me and my cell phone camera to find them, I'm on the lookout for these magical manifestations of electro-magnetism.

CategoryNature
Upload DateMay 4, 2015
Dimensions3264px × 2448px
Size3.53 MB
FileIMG_3749.jpg
CameraApple iPhone 6 Plus
ISO Speed32
Exposure1/1582 sec
Aperturef / 2.2
Focal Length4.2 mm
FlashDid not Fire
Tags---
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Keyboard Shortcuts
Next Photo
Previous Photo
LLike
CComment
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HHide Info
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