Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Harvard bridge

on sunday we went to the "MIT lightshow". if i remember correctly, it was because MIT exists 150 years, and they celebrated it with some inventive MIT inventions.. :)
for example, they had put lights all along the harvard bridge above, colors were changing every now and then, and sometimes the lights would follow the movement of people walking on the bridge, as they had placed sensors everywhere as well!
it was cool to see and for me impossible to photograph. above a picture tim took...
more info and photos here!

5 comments:

Dennis Ferrol said...

Nice one Tim!

biebkriebels said...

That is very special such a lightshow. Tim did a good job, it is a bling bling photo!

Steffe said...

Good one Tim.

Sequim Daily Photo said...

That is one of the coolest pictures I've seen in a long time! I'd hang that on my wall. I can never get night shots to turn out.

CaT said...

oooh, i lost all the comments here! :(
thanks shannon! i'll get the message to tim...
as for night shots; a tripod might help! and lights usually get blurry, but when you put a starfilter on top of your lens (as was done above), you prevent that, and get stars instead; im still not sure whether i really like that, to me its a little artificial....