Below  is a series of twenty-one abstract images by SK Murphy of lights captured in Carlsbad Caverns.
       
     
 Fourteen of which were displayed recently at St. John's University in central Minnesota (and are featured here).
       
     
 These very long exposure images capture various lights used in the caverns.
       
     
 These images were digitally captured and pigment printed onto Johannot paper. Note the subtle surface texture.
       
     
 Each is a one-of-a-kind image on 22x30" Johannot paper.
       
     
 I call them  effluviographs , a nineteenth century term for spirit photographs, because they look like and feel like ghost pictures. 
       
     
 Several of the images are available. Please inquire.
       
     
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  Below  is a series of twenty-one abstract images by SK Murphy of lights captured in Carlsbad Caverns.
       
     

Below is a series of twenty-one abstract images by SK Murphy of lights captured in Carlsbad Caverns.

 Fourteen of which were displayed recently at St. John's University in central Minnesota (and are featured here).
       
     

Fourteen of which were displayed recently at St. John's University in central Minnesota (and are featured here).

 These very long exposure images capture various lights used in the caverns.
       
     

These very long exposure images capture various lights used in the caverns.

 These images were digitally captured and pigment printed onto Johannot paper. Note the subtle surface texture.
       
     

These images were digitally captured and pigment printed onto Johannot paper. Note the subtle surface texture.

 Each is a one-of-a-kind image on 22x30" Johannot paper.
       
     

Each is a one-of-a-kind image on 22x30" Johannot paper.

 I call them  effluviographs , a nineteenth century term for spirit photographs, because they look like and feel like ghost pictures. 
       
     

I call them effluviographs, a nineteenth century term for spirit photographs, because they look like and feel like ghost pictures. 

 Several of the images are available. Please inquire.
       
     

Several of the images are available. Please inquire.

Below-11.jpg
       
     
Below-2.jpg
       
     
Below-4.jpg
       
     
Below-12.jpg
       
     
Below-6.jpg
       
     
Below-1.jpg
       
     
Below-7.jpg
       
     
Below-17.jpg
       
     
Below-20.jpg
       
     
Below-5.jpg