Day Three Hundred Nine The Natural History museum had a special event tonight - the StartUp Sendoff (the StartUp Computer Revolution exhibit is going away); next to the Fractal Foundation booth I was working, this man from Intel was set up giving candy away. You had to use the robotic arm to pick up the candy. One of the ladies was trying to give her candy to the Intel guy.
Day Three Hundred Twelve I was messing around with this big crystal (the kind you hang in the window to cast rainbows all over the room), using it to shoot light patterns onto things to photograph. I found that it fit perfectly into my macro lens and gave this ghostly, multiple-exposure effect. Can't wait to try out some more multi-faceted portraits
Day Three Hundred Nineteen I went out to get some pics of the supermoon, but I guess I missed the "super" rise, so it looked, well, just like the moon (and I love the moon, but I have lots and lots of pictures of the full moon, and they just all start looking the same...). The plants were casting shadows on the curtains, so I crept around outside my house taking photos of the windows.
Day Three Hundred Twenty One / Day Three Hundred Twenty Two (below) I didn't take any photos today or yesterday - the second and third days this year that I didn't. I did, however, get caught up on some personal editing projects, so yay for small successes? Here you go, a couple photos that I edited from outings this summer - one in Cloudcroft, one at Meow Wolf (below).
Day Three Hundred Thirty Four Driving back from Cuba today; had to stop several times to try and capture the landscape. So beautiful. The light was incredible. It snowed all night there, so the hills closest to Cuba were snow covered and shining bright white in the setting sun. As I came closer to San Ysidro, the snow was gone, but the colors of the layers of earth were vibrant.
Day Three Hundred Thirty Five Not too many pics from today. I saw this pretty tree with red berries that was nicely lit up in the evening sun, so I took a photo of it. The red berries stood out against the blue sky. In messing around with it, I decided I liked the sky a red color as well, and then made it into a kaleidoscope image. I liked the finished product more than the initial photo, so here it is