At the beginning of the nineties, Di Renzo leaves Italy to have first experiences in the field of fashion photography. Amongst others, he works in Istanbul for fashion magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar and Elle. In 2001, Di Renzo returns to Switzerland for a short time to work as an advertising and fashion photographer. A few years later, his work draws the attention of fashion designer Tsumori Chisato who commissions him for an international campaign as well as a store concept. During this period, Di Renzo – who in the meantime has moved to New York/Los Angeles – takes up work on his first book of photographs, „Portraits of Illusions“. The photo book tells short stories with pictures taken, amongst others, in Ireland, New York, and the Seychelles. The photos intentionally drift away from reality - Di Renzo’s motto being: Move away from Realism. The book is published by Assouline in 2006, with a preface by critic Gabriel Bauret. During this time, Di Renzo works with, amongst others, Devon Aoki, Chloë Sevigny, Natalia Vodianova, Dean&Dan (DSQUARED).
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Sun halos are a type of optical phenomena similar to rainbows but are formed by refracting and reflecting light through polarized ice crystals instead of raindrops. This effect is also called an icebow or gloriole.
When there are cirrostratus clouds in the sky around the sun or the moon, every once in a while there will be one or two colorful circles of light surrounding the sun or the moon. The colors are red on the inside and violet on the outside. Sometimes there will be some colored or white light spots or light arcs.
Due to the complex combination of different types, orientation, movement patterns of the ice crystals and the angle of the sun, there can be many types of halos.
Photo credit: ©Gordon L. Wolford | Rideau Canal, near Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada
Who doesn’t love a rainbow?
So Get It Right … Wud’ja?!
I say most of them correctly. There were two that I have been saying incorrectly, number 4 ( I found that quite interesting ) and number 5. Rest assured I won’t make those mistakes again.
A lovely aesthetic! Opens up all kinds of interpretation.
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Be nice to see this headed southward…….
Thanks to Worley Dervish
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