We’ve been working to ensure the Polestar be properly illuminated since it was first erected back in August ’06. Letterkenny Town Council, the ESB and the artist, Locky Morris, have been working since then to ensure the artwork was lit properly. Rather than just pointing a few floodlights at it, there are now 12 smaller lights located around the base of the Polestar which shine upwards through the monument.
I went out last night to take some photos to put up here. I’m the first to admit that I don’t really know what I’m doing with my camera. For a start, I went out to take photos at night without a tripod. That did lead to one or two, ahem, interesting photos:
In the end, a combination of the 10 second delay on the camera, and the nearby bench seating, had to do the job. I’m very happy with how the photos came out- as I say, I don’t really know my way around a good camera yet.
I’ve put five photos in total in to my Flickr account, here’s the other three. Click on any of them to see the larger image:
2 thoughts on “Polestar at night”
Congreatulation to you all.
This is a work of art, great monument at the entry to town, beautiful.
Very proud Joe sweeney.
I absolutely love it …. it is always good to have something interesting to look at …. very uplifting ….