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burlingham's vaults vault 16ft-18ft

This is a video of Kasey Burlingham pole vaulting between 16′ft and 17’3 with some attempts at 17’9 and 18’2 and a couple of free take off’s.


Repost-From Vanity Fair: 'Reverse-Engineering A Genius (Has A Vermeer Mystery Been Solved?)

Full piece here.

Just as optics revolutionized the sciences and the boundaries of human knowledge, from Galileo to Newton and onwards, Tim Jenison wonders if optics may have revolutionized the arts as well. 184 more words

Public Debate

Vision First, Skills Second | WordPress.com

Vision First, Skills Second | WordPress.com.

Cole Thompson, who those of you that follow with me, shares many of the same favorite locations, subjects, and creative feelings that I do, wrote an excellent piece about Vision First, Skills Second.


Increase your insight

So what were your insights from Where does running well begin?

  • What felt different walking with your running shoes off compared to on?
  • How did the change of surface from sand, to grass or soft dirt, to asphalt or concrete to trail, change your…
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Eggceptional Hoppy Easter

 Since today is Easter I thought I would post 2 cards from Cammie.  The first card is a pretty “eggceptional” card.  Cammie brayered the background and made clouds using the Word Bubbles Framelits #132968 and added the grass using the super popular Fringe Scissors #133325 from the Stampin Up occasions catalog. 70 more words


Technique-of-the-Week: Texturing Acrylic Paintings

This is my 100th post! Yay! And it just happens to fall on Technique Saturday: Coincidence? I think so…

Here’s a fun way to paint if you are into acrylics (or even if you’re not, try it!). 1,706 more words


FF Insight Zone Does "Light Airs Techniques"....!!

During the last Association training session at Datchet, coached by Association President Jeremy Davy, we managed to capture a fair bit of video.  We have some great footage on light weather tacking and spinnaker handling. 38 more words

Flying Fifteen