Bohr believed in quantum jumps even when it came to his own propositions, putting bold concepts, of the atomic model and wave function, out there. He was one of the few physicists to be okay with confusion and uncertainty when it came to quantum mechanics.
I'm a great fan of how he worked. I made this for his 117th birthday.
These are from the first roll I developed from my Lomo Diana F+. I tried everything I could, filters, multiple exposures, 1/2 exposures, to get a hang of it. Will create something more explosive in the next lot. Keep looking!
The white salt desert in the Rann the Kutchh is an amazing place. There is no reference of distance or sound or anything. Your sense of space and time goes for a toss. All you can hear is the wind blowing. Pure meditative peace of mind.
One thing I've learnt while studying design is the the very fundamental necessity of asking WHY every now and then ( every 10 min. approx.). There are so many unnecessary rules and guidelines that are created and stored in our brain. The best we can do is not let our brain fool us or fool ourselves enough to think that we are not being fooled by our foolish brain. Both work.