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The new double garage works for its living in the last moments of dusk on a late autumn evening. All the digital noise in the world in this deep crop from a small sensor/ low light shot, but it doesn’t … Continue reading
The word of the day is “Hračky”, which I found on this matchbox label that I collected for its cool cartoon of a tram. Rather than having anything to do with trams, hračky is the Czech word for “toys”, which … Continue reading
Testing the new WordPress app update, running on a Nexus 5 under Android Marshmallow, by presenting you with a random photograph from that phone’s camera. (It turned out to be a photograph of a Presidential glass limousine painted an interesting … Continue reading
The Phone Camera Butterfly Project continues. Today’s butterfly is … a blue one. On concrete pavers, with a half-rotten apple it was really enjoying and the first of late summer’s fallen leaves.
It had to happen: poetry in the voice of the Incredible Hulk has ventured out of the haiku-like limits of the traditional Hulk-ku. Mighty bellow: Where? Where Hulk iPod?!? Where Hulk bossa nova music? Where Hulk podcasts? Where Hulk game … Continue reading
A welcome sight, from left to right: street/general purpose glasses, studio glasses, bifocal shades. My new prescription has been made up, and I can see again in all three modes. Plus my street glasses are in an old favorite set … Continue reading
Planetokhody (planet walkers, the Russian word for rover spacecraft) are among our favorite subjects, and I couldn’t resist this self portrait of the US Mars rover Curiosity, stitched together from official photographs by fan Kevin Gill. Read the whole story … Continue reading
Time to get new glasses and twist my astigmatic eyes back into position. That means, among other things, that my studio glasses are in the shop getting new lenses put in, so heavy work at the desktop is going to … Continue reading
Buzz Aldrin is one of our favorite people around here. The second man on the Moon has always been an opinionated son of a gun with a dry sense of humor and an appreciation for all of life’s little ironies. … Continue reading
The phone camera continues to display strange and wonderful competence at the most unexpected moments. Macro-style shots of butterflies on zinnias? Really? Apparently so. It’s one butterfly on two different zinnias, if you want to get technical. Interesting how one … Continue reading