Day #11 Turning Point

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Day #11 Turning Point. (see I rotated the aspect ratio lol)

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Sunrise, Dun Laoghaire pier, 17/02/2005. Made using 52 video clips taken at 2-4 minute intervals as the sun rose. 2005

30 day Illustration based off this here: http://eimhinssecrettumblr.tumblr.com/post/11352427895/day-11-turning-point-see-i-rotated-the-aspect

A gift for a friend

You can see James Joyce Tower in the background behind the bushes.

95mm x 95mm

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Day #11 Turning Point. (see I rotated the aspect ratio lol)
Now available as a print: LINK
I woke up at 04.00 on Thursday February 17th 2005, walking down to Dun Laoghaire pier. I was planning on recording footage to use for a college sound project.
I set myself up by the sea with the camera and facing the sunrise I recorded a short 15-20 clip every 2-4 minutes. I recorded 52 overall and finished up around 08.30.
I walked home, had a shower and porridge and then went into college for class.We finished up at 17.00 and I went home and climbed into bed.I was woken up by a phone call from my gran aunt that lives in Bray. She was making her way over to my place in Monkstown Farm, a bit of a trip for someone to decide all of a sudden.
She arrived a little before 20.00. She had taken a taxi, as she had been drinking. My father had died while swimming that evening. Myself and my brother went back to Clare that night.
Here is the video I made from the footage I shot that morning:

Day #11 Turning Point. (see I rotated the aspect ratio lol)

Now available as a print: LINK

I woke up at 04.00 on Thursday February 17th 2005, walking down to Dun Laoghaire pier. I was planning on recording footage to use for a college sound project.

I set myself up by the sea with the camera and facing the sunrise I recorded a short 15-20 clip every 2-4 minutes. I recorded 52 overall and finished up around 08.30.

I walked home, had a shower and porridge and then went into college for class.
We finished up at 17.00 and I went home and climbed into bed.

I was woken up by a phone call from my gran aunt that lives in Bray. She was making her way over to my place in Monkstown Farm, a bit of a trip for someone to decide all of a sudden.

She arrived a little before 20.00. She had taken a taxi, as she had been drinking. My father had died while swimming that evening. Myself and my brother went back to Clare that night.

Here is the video I made from the footage I shot that morning: