How to Photograph an Atomic Bomb
Catchy title, huh? That’s exactly what I thought when I saw a short review on the book by Peter Kuran titled, wait for it…. “How to Photograph an Atomic Bomb”
To understand me, you must first know that I have a lot of free time, whether it be on planes or just sitting around the house, I try and spend at least a day each week reading about random hobbies/interests. One such interest is nukes… go ahead and say it, “Blair has lost his damn mind.”
I promise I haven’t, but rather find them and how they were created thoroughly interesting. Then I happened upon Mr. Kuran’s book and the world of nukes and photography collided, I was smitten.
Images such as this one captivated me:
Which brings me to my reason of this post… I have only one piece of art on my walls where I edit (painting of Michael Schumacher), and need to spruce up the place. When I saw this print of the men who built the bombs, lit by a nuclear bomb, I decided I must have it!
So with that said, if anyone can help me find where to order a print of this, I will get a print (of one of my photos) out to you…