It sounded like something that might be more fun to read about than to observe: 2000 pigeons swooping over the @bklynnavyyard illuminating the sky with LED lights. But on Thursday the pigeons taught everyone on hand quite a bit about their intelligence their ability to collaborate with earthbound beings and their beauty when airborne writes @nytimes art critic Roberta Smith. The piece Fly By Night was commissioned by @creativetimenyc and choreographed by the artist @dukerileystudio who has…
The Russian artist / photographer Alexey Bednij takes pleasure in playing with the shadows, creating amazing surrealist photographs. A highly original work where the shadows take place like puzzle pieces, mixing the real and the imaginary… Trully awesome!
scrapironflotilla: “ A pigeon with a small camera attached. The trained birds were used experimentally by German citizen Julius Neubronner, before and during the war years, capturing aerial images when a timer mechanism clicked the shutter.
Hatched from a Discarded Egg on a Chicago Windowsill, ‘Camp’ the Pigeon Becomes a Muse for Adele Renault’s Giant Oil Paintings
The Invention of the Pigeon Camera for Aerial Photography
In 1908 Dr Julius Neubronner patented a miniature pigeon camera activated by a timing mechanism. The invention brought him international notability after he presented it at international expositions in Dresden, Frankfurt and Paris in
Don't Feed The Pigeons NYC New York Photography Canvas Print