Members share a desire to create and a strong commitment to their community.Last December, we got to connect with photographer Tim Greenway (Salt ’03) when he documented graduation for our Salt class of Fall 2018.If you can’t make it to the gallery and want to view the Mackworth Island photographs or my commercial/editorial work visit has Salt positively influenced your career?What have been your biggest takeaways from your time at Salt?Rob Mitchell, the owner of a building on Ash Street, gave his approval, and Ethos Marketing, which is the building’s tenant, allowed the college to access its internet network to stream the pictures.The webcam captures an image once every minute, and the site includes a clip of the previous day’s images strung together for a time-lapse of the disk that effectively shows it in motion.News about the storm on the East Coast seemed to overwhelm interest in the disk on Saturday and Sunday.“It slowed down, which was nice for the weekend,” she said.
The interest seems to have ebbed somewhat, Radel said, although she got emails Monday seeking approval to use time-lapse images – which Radel put on the city’s Facebook page – from a site in France and from The Washington Post.
And where, perhaps, it’s too accessible – someone planted a small American flag in the disk’s center and a rainbow flag on a pole near the edge of the disk.
Although city officials are discouraging anyone from trying to walk onto or otherwise disturb the disk, the flag on the outer edge does allow those monitoring the disk from the comfort of home to spot the steady counterclockwise rotation of the phenomenon.
There will be an opening reception Thursday, February 7, from –pm. The gallery is free and open to the public, when school is in session, every day from AM to PM.
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