Monday 23 July 2007

Never-ending sunrise

Can you imagine how it would be, if a sunrise lasted for 24 hours? I must admit that until recently I haven't thought about that.

It was a few days ago, when guys from the Apollo Team contacted me and I have decided to share this with you.

The Apollo Team have started a project for which they need people from all around the World to participate. People from different time zones are necessary to accomplish shooting sunrises in their local places.

They will try to achieve installation of 24 live webcams to display sunrises around the Earth. The Sun will keep rising from screen to screen, from bottom to top vertically. This 'never-ending sun' will last for 24 hours in a day!

If you think this is a cool idea, check out their site at and give them a hand. I am sure they will appreciate it.

The above photo was taken on a beautiful September morning somewhere north of Bastia, on Corsica, France.


Jose 25 July 2007 at 16:58  

Cool concept, but doesn't the beauty and mistique of a sunrise/sunset lies in the fact that it's just a momentary event? I am a fan of photographing sunsets.

Travel-PB 25 July 2007 at 17:41  

I agree with you. That's also one reason why I gave guys at The Apollo Team the idea to do a photo project as well.
They have decided to start a side project focusing on sunrise photos. If you are interested they'll be happy to give you all the details you need.

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