Moving Toward Entropy #1 Bozeman, Montana 2013
There are very precise definitions of entropy in the context of statistics, information theory, and physics; all of which can apply somewhat to what I’m trying to explore this new series of photos. But I think it’s more aptly described by two related definitions I found in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary:
a : the degradation of the matter and energy in the universe to an ultimate state of inert uniformity
b : a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder.
I have more photos related to this theme and I’ll post them with some further explanation, as soon I flesh it out further in my own mind; it’s a pretty nebulous idea at this point.
3 thoughts on “POTD: Moving Toward Entropy #1”
I’m glad you defined entrophy. It wasn’t in my desk dictionary and google wasn’t particularly enlightening to me. Guess it’s not part of my language, but it maybe I will “get it” as your entrophy series continues. You Blackwoods…. always educating!
I can’t say entropy is part of my usual language either but it is an interesting concept both in its technical and nontechnical meanings. Hopefully I can do it justice artistically as well.
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