The camera obscura is one of the world’s oldest, simplest devices, dating back at least to the times of Aristotle. It’s a dark box (or room) with a hole drilled in one side. When light shines through this hole, it projects a perfect image from the outside world that has been flipped upside down. Chris Fraser installation
The Sight of Silence #aspesi 1. Follow Aspesi on Pinterest* 2. Choose an image that represents your idea of “Silence” at best 3. Pin it with the following description and hashtag: The Sight of Silence #Aspesi 4. We will repin your entry to “The Sight of Silence” board on Aspesi Pinterest page 5. We have a “silent” surprise for the images with the most “repins”
Sunbeams illuminate the vertical cave of Grubug, which is accessible only by descending about 60 meters by rope through Jomblang, another nearby vertical cave in Central Java, Indonesia. The two caves are separated by a 300-meter underground alley. The light beams form naturally between 10am to 12pm and has become the main attraction for exploring the twin caves.