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The Bad Astronomy blog points out some gorgeous ground-based 3D imaging of STS-134 while docked with the international space station. Check out the 3D videos as well. You don’t need special glasses for some of them. Some very high-resolution solar … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Phil Plait’s Bad Astronomy Blog. That’s where I first saw this image. It’s impressive how you get the feeling of motion, as the shuttle and ISS hurtle over the earth at ~30000 kmph, while being … Continue reading
On 21st August 2010, I sat by the Delicate Arch at the Arches National Park, and watched the sun set. This is the video my time-lapse camera made. Here’s the Youtube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=058rAxT8gcA. This is a HD video so you … Continue reading
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfNbUdsrkg0 Time lapse with my Canon SD1100 IS. Just because.
Gypsy Jazz at the Green Mill Giant shiny bean at Millennium Park Lots of cafes Hipster naan wraps at Gastro Wagon
I-80 perpetually under construction.
Quirky city. Lots of street art. Even more tattoos.