about beyond 400nm
The visible light spectrum starts at 400 nanometers
I, Bruno Hautzenberger, created this website to present my photos and also tell the stories behind them to everyone that is interested in them. I also have a lot of photos on Flickr, but this service does not feel like it is the right place for what I want to show you.
With beyond400nm I try to focus on the photos and the stories I want to tell you about them. I won’t post “every single photo” here like I do on Flickr. I will post only my personal “Best Of” here.
I hope you will enjoy reading and seeing my work.
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MetadataPublished / April 30, 2012
Author / Bruno Hautzenberger