12 month solargraph, winter solstice to winter solstice.
Beautiful work. Pinhole solargraphy is one of my favorites.
As the year presses on, you can see how the sun tracks up, then down again on its path through the seasons. This is a year of the sun, every minute of every day. I love those ghostly arcs, only interrupted by clouds that have long passed.
You can do this yourself, with something as simple as a beer can or plastic tube (or an egg!) and some non-glossy black & white photography paper. In solorgraphy, as opposed to regular photography, the sun burns its path directly onto the photo paper, not film. It’s completely overexposed (literally burned) in the traditional sense of taking a picture, but when you’re done you simply scan the paper and take the negative image.
My friend Aaron and I made an instructional video on how to put these solargraphy cameras together a long time ago. Check it out, but don’t laugh, it was from before I knew how to make actually good videos.