Tim- and Steve Winnipeg on Set

Some Election-Time Serenity

A week ago, I jokingly posted this photo of Steve and me as we traveled to Winnipeg for a yet-to-be disclosed reason. I joked that, since Trump appears to be the presumptive Republican party presidential nominee, we were avoiding the mad rush to Canada. But, have you noticed, I’ve stopped posting much about politics these […]

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Storm Chaser

Storm Chasing in 360º Video

I supported a 4k 360º video camera project on Kickstarted back a couple of years ago. Hopefully the Sphericam will enter into production this summer. The camera will be amazing, shooting in 360º all around instantaneously while automatically stitching the video together in real time. When you watch a 360º video, you can use your mouse […]

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color pigment

I Love Color!

I suppose most people do. Color is such a huge part of my selection process when picking anything out for purchase. Last Friday I bought several short-sleeved shirts. Style and fabric mattered, but color was what first drew me to each shirt. I’ve often wished I could design the color patterns in my own clothes: […]

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Park Before and After Sheep

The Sheep Are Gone

I’m sad to report that our working sheep have finished their work in our half of the park. I’m rather astonished at how much they eat! When the sheep first arrived, the shepherd told me they would eat all of the ground cover in just 2 weeks. That seemed an impossible feat! The ground cover, […]

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Comcast Rip Off

I Ain’t That Dumb

Comcast appears desperate to know who my new internet service provider is. I blogged about their weird phone call in which they all but demanded I tell them. I had to tell them that information was none of their business. It felt so good! Now, Comcast is sending me emails.1 But, their last email was the […]

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Goat Farm Arts Center Factory Falling Down

Continuing the Exploration

In my previous post, Exploring the Backside of the Tracks, I talked about my finding a specific photo location near some Atlanta westside railroad tracks. In this post, I want to talk about what’s by those tracks: The Goat Farm Arts Center. What a very cool place to discover! The area consists of several buildings built back […]

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My Composite had to be square and contain space for the text at the top (in the sky)

Exploring the Backside of the Tracks

I love exploration. No, I really, really love exploration. I wanted to use a photo I had seen on the Lost and Found Youth website for a donation box for that organization. Printing pictures from the web typically yields disastrous results because printing and display technologies are so significantly different. So, I decided to find […]

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