This week, let’s play with light! Show us what refraction means to you.
Kevin Conboy is an Automattician based in Denver, Colorado. Creative by nature, Kevin is a designer, a composer, an artist, and a musician. Check out his photography at A Missing Frame. Listen to his musical compositions on Rdio or Spotify.
A couple of years ago, I was lucky enough to travel to Reykjavik, Iceland, for a work trip that happened to take place on my birthday. My lovely coworkers assigned me the task of selecting a restaurant for dinner to celebrate. Not speaking Icelandic made this tough, but the place we ended up going to was simply amazing. I can still remember the food I had that night, including a dessert made of ice cream on which molten lava chocolate was poured, creating what we described as “interactive dessert.” Along with the food came a stunning atmosphere, complete with large geometrically-extruded lamps refracting warm cozy light over the dark wood that comprised the rest of the restaurant. Truly a birthday to remember.
For this photo challenge, show us what “refraction” means to you. It could be an image taken in a reflective surface, it could be light bent from behind an object, or it could mean remedial math homework: the choice is completely up to you. I’m looking forward to seeing how you interpret “refraction.”