THE PRIMORDIAL MOON (2007)

A concerning the first photo ever taken of the moon. I ask what did the moon look like before it was photographed. The video was created using 300 images from flickr.com taken randomly during a search of the tag MOON. WHAT DID THE MOON LOOK LIKE BEFORE IT WAS PHOTOGRAPHED ? I have been contemplating this very notion, and wondering what the unanswerable is. Would love to know your thoughts on the subject. First Photo of the Moon first of moon what did it look like before it was photographed ? John William was born in England and immigrated in the U.S.A. There he became a chemistry professor in the New York University. The silver platinum plate (Daguerreotype print) of the moon was the first of a series that where shot using a telescope. This series was later presented at the Science Academy. Draper was also the first to shoot ...

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A concerning the first photo ever taken of the moon. I ask what did the moon look like before it was photographed. The video was created using 300 images from flickr.com taken randomly during a search of the tag MOON. WHAT DID THE MOON LOOK LIKE BEFORE IT WAS PHOTOGRAPHED ? I have been contemplating this very notion, and wondering what the unanswerable is. Would love to know your thoughts on the subject. First Photo of the Moon first of moon what did it look like before it was photographed ? John William was born in England and immigrated in the U.S.A. There he became a chemistry professor in the New York University. The silver platinum plate (Daguerreotype print) of the moon was the first of a series that where shot using a telescope. This series was later presented at the Science Academy. Draper was also the first to shoot a portrait in America, the portrait of his sister Dorothy - Catherine . In 1864 he became chairman of the American Photographic Association. (WHAT DID THE MOON LOOK LIKE BEFORE IT WAS PHOTOGRAPHED ?) The First Moon photo, composited with 300 other full moon photos taken randomly from flickr.com

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