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New York City Colour Study – Time when photo was taken graph | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

New York City Colour Study – Time when photo was taken graph

New York City Colour Study – Time when photo was taken graph

As I continue to shoot my New York City Colour Study outside my window I try to think of ways that I can compare the days. This graph relates to what time I took the photo and the actual image itself. I’m continuing on the weekly view as some days show a pattern as to the time that I take a photo – i.e. the weekends tend to be later than the other week days. The above image is pretty small – the large (1024 x 202) view is much better and the original (4436 x 873) view is bigger yet.

As this experiment grows and evolves I thought I would mention a comment/idea that while I’ve never explicitly talked about do find quite worth while in how I’d like to see many cities and countries participate in the Same Skies, Different Places project. The comment came from Magicelle and they wrote a comment in my post “Har koja keh beravi aseman haman rang ast” which is farsi for “anywhere you go the sky is the same color”. There’s a lot of things that can be expanded from that philosophy…

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