Hands Under the Blue Light of a Hand DryerNational Museum of Marine Science and Technology, Balouzi Village, TaiwanMay 23, 2015
Category: Color Studies Tagged: Abstract, blower, blue, body, hand drying, hands, Keelung, National Museum of Marine Science and Technology, Photography, Taiwan, Timothy S. Allen
Whooo! Very ‘Warholish’! 🙂
Thank you. I noticed how the blue light was projected onto my hands as I dried them. I was able to reduce the ambient light to enhance the blue. The air is so very powerful that the skin on my hands moved around. I saw a wonderful opportunity. And yes there was some post production work done.
Yes very true
Eery. I allways thought you were blue-blooded.
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