Long time guest Heather Champ set up a pinhole solargraph camera at Bondi last summer.
Lined with a light sensitive paper, this very simple camera (this one was in a Quaker Oat tin) sat out in the weather fastened to a pole for a full year, catching the movement of the sun.
Heather gets some spectacular images with her solargraphy. We think this one is particularly lovely, since it is here, our place, our Sun track.
Thanks for doing this for us Heather! Without you, we wouldn't even know what Solargraphy WAS, let alone have this beautiful image!
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