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Without knowing otherwise, one could see midnight, mid-Atlantic… as a photograph of star clusters glowing in outer space; in truth, Duncan Ganley took this photograph from his airplane window while traveling from the United States to Iceland. Ganley employs digital-imaging software to manipulate the photograph, increasing the horizontal vista to create the illusion of an almost limitless horizon encompassing both sun and moon.
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Duncan Ganley, British, born 1971
- Chromogenic print
- Image: 24 × 48 in. (61 × 121.9 cm) Frame: 25 1/8 × 49 1/8 × 2 1/4 in. (63.8 × 124.8 × 5.7 cm)
- Credit Line
Museum purchase funded by Photo Forum 2007
- Current Location
- Not on view
- Accession Number
[Inman Gallery, Houston]; purchased by MFAH, 2007.