Places in Parallel: The Quantum Events Illustrated Collection
Twenty miles west of Blanding, Utah, is the roadside
Certainly quantum physics and parallel universes both confound
and fascinate at the same time. There is a saying among
physicists: "If you think you understand quantum physics, then
you don't understand quantum physics."
I certainly don't. But the very idea is fascinating. And digital
photography can certainly illustrate the beauty of both. Those
who are familiar with my images know that I work in themes. I
have a keen interest in science and am a strong advocate of the
scientific method, as it is the single most reliable tool we have
for discerning fact from fiction. With this in mind I realized that
I could create images that would illustrate the essence of the
most esoteric areas of scientific study, though the images them-
selves may, may that is, only achieve this in the abstract and not
the pragmatic. At the very least they should get one thinking
about what the possibilities are.
Like the gallery before this one I revisited existing images
and reworked them into a new theme. And also like the pre-
vious gallery it began from the position of not having clicked a
shutter since Wimberley in 2015.
This collection is a group of Limited Editions, 5 each, and come
with a Certificate of Authenticity, signed, and with a serial #.
Click a thumbnail to view images and thank you all for looking!
Lux Aeterna Fine Art Photography