An ongoing photographic series , Earth at 970MPH inverts the daily experience of the movement of the sun and visualizes the spin of the Earth as homage to Nicolaus Copernicus's theory of Heliocentrism.  Utilizing an improvised pinhole camera made from scavenged material, I manually aim it directly at the sun in long multi-exposures that often extends to over an hour, condensing an experience to a single moment.  The results are photographs of a motionless sun with Earth's landscapes rendered as blurs as it spins at 970MPH anchored at 'Oahu, my current location.