Kairos (καιρός) is an ancient Greek word meaning "the supreme moment". Its etymological roots show an association with archery, denote the precise and fleeting moment in which an arrow is fired with the perfect amount of energy to penetrate a target. It is an opening not to be missed if one wants to succeed, as circumstances are perpetually changing, and it requires the ability to have a clear judgement, to adapt to what arises almost instantly.
Fall equinox and Super-Harvest Blood Moon seen through the Belt of Venus right after its total eclipse, followed by sunrise and golden hour lighting. Only few minutes separate the two sequences filmed from atop the same mountain on September 27, 2015.
Part of the Stelliferous series: evawollenberg.com/stelliferous/
Audio by Das-Lichtquant, December soundscape with fox: das-lichtquant.bandcamp.com/
© Eva Wollenberg