From Lauren Hansen’s post for The Week:

“To create the image, ‘A disco ball on the mountain,’ I needed a disco ball, smoke machine, power inverter, car battery, and flashlight that makes two million candles of luminosity in addition to my camera equipment,” Ekberg says. “Everything had to be set up for the photograph to be made at dusk in order for there to be enough light for the exposure, but not too much light so that the effect of the disco ball couldn’t illuminate the forest at dusk.”

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