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During intersession, I took a class at the George Peabody Library that afforded me the opportunity to extensively photograph the gorgeous building. Designed by architect Edmund Lind and completed in 1878, the building is considered one of the most stunning … Continue reading
Cats don’t try to make funny faces, or do they?
With the introduction of the Nexus 4, Google has added “Photo Sphere” support in Google+. Here’s an example. Google’s viewer could use some work, but as it’s a new feature, it should improve over time. Since the only thing that … Continue reading
Over the summer, I shot a timelapse of West Hill Pond in near-infrared using my modified Canon PowerShot SD400 and CHDK. The background music is from the Open Goldberg Variations. Enjoy! Also on Vimeo.
Last night, severe weather was forecasted in the West Hill Pond, New Hartford, Connecticut area. Fortunately, the worst of the storm never made it here. There was only a little rain and wind, but there was plenty of lightning.