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Basel souls: on the Rhine shores

Join us in the second part of this white hot weekend to Basel, Switzerland. All picture shot in the far red (infrared) environment, where 1) white objects and photosynthetic tissues reflect wavelengths invisible to human eye and 2) waters turn black AND 3) soul-people shot at exposure times between 6 and 25 seconds.

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Along the Rhine, the Basel Minster on the opposite side

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Towards the Wettesteinbrücke

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Sunbathers at the shores

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Click each picture to enlarge. Pictures shot with D800 plus 50 mm f/1.4G with a infrared filter.

(Infra)red hot Basel: from Birs insel to the city center

Join us in this white hot weekend to Basel, Switzerland. All picture shot in the far red (infrared) environment, where 1) white objects and photosynthetic tissues reflect wavelengths invisible to human eye and 2) waters turn black

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On the Birs Kraftwerk island a dam cuts through the river Rhine to produce energy

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A view on the river Rhine towards Basel from the top of the dam

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The dam system of weirs to navigate the Rhine

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Swimmers (the white lines in the river) and sun bathers in Basel city center

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On the ferry across the Rhine towards the North shores

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At the Wettstein bridge in the city center.

Click each picture to enlarge. Pictures shot with D800 plus 50 mm f/1.4G with a infrared filter.

ARTBorghi goes real with the photo exhibition “The GREEN point of view”, Zurich downtown, 20th-30th March 2014

Dear ARTBorghi readers, it is my great pleasure to announce Lorenzo Borghi first photo exhibition: “The GREEN point of view”.

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When: from 20th to 30th of March 2014, open Tuesday-Sunday 12-21 h.
Where: Photobastei space, 6th floor,  Bärengasse 29, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland.
What: ARTBorghi’s exhibition will consist of 12 of his best infra-red works.

Click HERE or scan the QR code below to know more about the artwork.

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Click to print the flyer below with directions how to reach the exhibition.

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How to reach ARTBorghi exhibition by plane: once landed at Zurich Airport, take tram number 10 and reach Zurich Main Station, take Tram 13 towards Albisgütli or Tram 7 towards Wollishofen ans step out in Paradeplatz, have a 5 min walk to Bärengasse 29.

By train: once arrived at Zurich Main Station, take Tram 13 towards Albisgütli or Tram 7 towards Wollishofen ans step out in Paradeplatz, have a 5 min walk to Bärengasse 29.

By Zurich public service: reach Paradeplatz either by tram or bus, have a 5 min walk to Bärengasse 29.

Waiting forward to seeing you there!

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