Jim Sanborn

Monday, June 18th, 2012

I love these photographs made by artist Jim Sanborn.  Light is projected onto a landscape revealing its topography and then photographed at night with long exposures.  The result is something that looks almost computer generated and surreal feeling.

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  • Mohamed

    November 25, 2015 at 12:21 pm

    The very last line in JT’s excellent arcitle holds a big key: keeping emotions out of it. When the markets are high, there is an euphoria that’s hard to escape. It sucks you in and makes you want to buy when what you should be doing in selling. Worse: when the economy, and the market, is at its bottom, doom and gloom are everywhere. To go ahead and pull the trigger on the purchase of a rental home or some stocks is one of the hardest things to do. A few years ago, I thought buying a rental home was a great idea. We were drowning in foreclosed homes and every listing was a bargain. When I mentioned it to those around me, every single one, without exception, thought I’d be committing financial suicide. I caved to the emotional pressure, even though I KNEW that would be a terrific purchase. In hindsight, I was right. But I didn’t have the fortitude to overcome the emotional barrier to financial success. Keeping our emotions out of our financial decision making is one part of WB’s success that may prove elusive for most people.

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