x-ray visions & extreme microscopy 18 / 26, open culture bottle project

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X-ray Visions and Extreme Microscopy Images
Bottle Launch From the shore at Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA, by Jameson X. Redding on September 16, 2016 around sunset. Approximate Latitude 36.5552° N, Longitude121.9233° W.
 
 
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Bottle launch by a very dear friend who likes to be mysterious. From the shore of Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA, at sunset yesterday, documentation by Jerry Tsagaratos. Johnny X. Rook was extremely gracious to take the time throw this bottle for me on the sunset of a busy night before the premiere of his film. So much love, with a Quonset hut or two...I created this collage and saved the letter "X" with Jameson in mind.

X-ray Visions & Extreme Microscopy shows the massiveness of the galaxy contrasted with the microcosms of worlds that can't be seen with the naked eye, which, are unto themselves tiny universes. It also speaks of surface vs. interior, and laying bare emotional complexity.

 

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