It’s Dark MOFO 2014. An installation of 18 powerful lights beaming into the sky above Hobart’s waterfront from sunset until sunrise is called Articulated Intersect. The beams can be moved with levers operated by the public creating a light show for totally unique photos.
When Dark MOFO comes to Hobart, photographs of the event also come fast and furious via social media. Roy and Coreena Vieth from Shutterbug Walkabouts Tasmania shared this collection of Articulated Intersect photos. They’re right up there with the best images we’ve seen so far.
Shutterbug Walkabouts: Photography Tuition Tours
Dark Mofo 2014 begins… and this year’s light spectacular is called “Articulated Intersect”. Our night photography walkabout along the waterfront will take in the many amazing features on display – including some of the buildings that will be lit up to “paint the town red”.
The Old Woolstore Paint the Town Red
A competition around this theme has been launched by the team from The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel in Hobart. A Shutterbug night photography walkabout might be just what you need to start the ball rolling.
Photography enthusiasts have been invited to send in images of the property’s Macquarie Street entrance, which has been lit-up in RED after dark in support of Dark MOFO. Whoever is adjudged to capture the mood in the most creative way will win a bottle of fine Tasmanian red wine. See The Old Woolstore Facebook page for details of that opportunity before June 23. And good luck!
Roy and Coreena Vieth have registered their business as a member of Think Tasmania. For more information, follow Shutterbug Walkabouts Tasmania on Facebook or contact Coreena and Roy Vieth by email. You can also visit the Shutterbug Walkabouts Tasmania website or phone (03) 6267 2952.
The Old Woolstore is also a registered member of Think Tasmania. You’ll find The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel located at 1 Macquarie Street in Hobart. You can follow The Old Woolstore on Facebook or phone (03) 6235 5355 for reservations.
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