Thursday: July 28, 2011
- Fourteen hilarious photos of dog faces to brighten up your afternoon.
I'm going to preface this link description with the following advisory message: if you have found that your afternoon is sufficiently bright enough already than by all means feel free to bookmark this link for later. Otherwise, if the brightness levels are not at the required level of preferred enjoyability then go ahead and view some dog-foolery with this collection of canine camera work. OMG, cupcake!
Tuesday: April 20, 2010
- Some amazing photos of that pesky volcanic ash for you to gawk at.
If you happened to be doing some overseas traveling over the past few days you might have noticed a delay or two (possibly more numerous than that). While this would've made for a really good excuse to justify the lack of recent GLM postings, sadly (or happily - depending how you look at it) it wasn't the case. More on that later.
Monday: March 15, 2010
- Have a gander at twenty-six gigapixels worth of Paris, France.
Turns out that twenty-six gigapixels can make for some interesting aerial photography with some astounding details. For instance, try zooming in on that speck off in the distance, it's probably a building.
Tuesday: March 9, 2010
- Photoblog: Sunshine Yellow
Another quick macro shot snapped up while doodling with the kids using an obvious assorted array of crayons. Taste the rainbow.Location:
Eastchester, New York
Thursday: February 25, 2010
- A gallery of carnivorous plant-life for your carnivorous plant-loving pleasure.
I am loving some of these National Geographic slideshows (even more so with their new recent web redesign), especially when it's on odd subjects I rarely think about - case in point, carnivorous plant-life. Beware and behold these fearsome plants!
Wednesday: February 10, 2010
- Twenty-one unbelievable photos of Mars for your Martian viewing pleasure.
Behold the wondrous splendor of Martian landscapes in all their strange atmospheric glory. After viewing these photographs I have a strange desire to go watch Total Recall. Two weeks!
Monday: December 7, 2009
- A gallery of this year's most amazing scientfic images just for you.
Have a peek at sixty-two images showcasing a myriad of scientific amazement your optic delights. Turns out that capillary networks make for some interesting photography. Who knew?
Tuesday: October 27, 2009
- Photoblog: Plumbing Exploits
Posted in honor of my recent mishaps in the world of plumbing. This little shot was taken at the kid's museum over in Norwalk (Stepping Stones) which is in fact, fun for the whole family.Location:
Wednesday: October 21, 2009
- Photoblog: Commuter Blur
Snapped while traveling home from work on the rarely photogenic Harlem line. I'm even more pleased with the fact that this shot came from my trusty iPhone.Location:
Fleetwood, New York
Friday: October 16, 2009
- A handy tutorial on how to make your very own fisheye lens.
Another title for this tutorial would have been 'a guide to recycling broken SLR lenses for use with your digicam' (not that there's anything wrong with that). Now excuse me while I scour eBay for a box of broken SLR lenses.
Thursday: October 15, 2009
- Nine free tools to put the fun back into your photography endeavors.
Lost the desire to break out the old point and shoot? Give some of these tools a spin and get those photographic juices flowing again. Besides, everyone loves a good tilt shift photo.
Monday: September 14, 2009
- Yes, you too can photograph near-space for just $150 bucks.
Their low-cost balloon-launch platform reached 17.5 miles high, into near-space. Using the GPS phone to track its location, they found the rig 20 miles away from the launch site 5 hours later.
Thursday: September 10, 2009
- Seven amazing and luxurious South Africa Safari Lodges for you to gawk at.
A fun read for those daydreaming of exotic travel at work. Plus, the article has some amazing photography from said luxurious places. Rooms with an elephant view may cost extra.
- Photoblog: Ink Blots
An artsy macro shot captured whilst splatter painting with the kids. Sure, the end result is a little dark and depressing but it's a nice contrast compared to the fun we were actually having throwing paint everywhere.Location:
Eastchester, New York
Tuesday: September 1, 2009
- Photoblog: Queensboro Plaza
Slightly grainy shot taken with my trusty iPhone whilst waiting for 7 train back in July. I liked the perspective.Location:
Queens, New York