I blogged before about the death-defying adventure that was shooting this pano. No, I’m not kidding. (Check out the post about the first attempt to shoot this pano.)
A few hours later, after the wind seemed a little less ferocious but even colder, and even though the light was quickly fading, I decided to give it a second go, and… Continue reading
In the past few days I’ve seen two bumper stickers that caught my attention. They were on two different cars and seen at two different times and locations. I have recreated them here with the ever-so-slight commentary of my own creations. (To notice my own commentary, you have to click on the images to see them enlarged.)
They both definitely… Continue reading
Well, we had a little earthquake last night: magnitude 2.4. I find them to have personalities. This one shook the house in what felt like a north/south direction and actually originated just a few miles south of the house, out in the bay itself. (Click to enlarge.)
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This time lapse of Baja, California, by Mike Flores is pretty cool work. I especially appreciate the attention to the music cue and the sunrise about two-thrids of the way through.
On his Vimeo site, Mike says:
This is a little compilation of timelapses I’ve shot down in Baja California this year. There’s a mix of DSLRs and lenses used… Continue reading
And I mean out of the city. Tom Lowe shares some astounding time lapse work from out in the desert. He also has a couple of breath-taking HD versions available for download at his site, Timescapes. Just awesome! You have to watch these full screen!
Timescapes Timelapse: Mountain Light from Tom Lowe on Vimeo.… Continue reading