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Dancing in Decay

Acorns pummel my roof day and night–the trees know it all comes to end soon, the heat, the sun, the summer, the light. And the tulips drip away, petal by petal starting their decay, but even as they decline, they unfurl a dance, a pas de deux of beautiful, contracting lines as the surfaces deteriorate and fall off, ever elegant to the last.


Latvian Ethnographic Open Air Museum

Just on the edge of Riga is the Ethnographic Museum, I first visited the site in 1993, at that time it was just getting started so it was really good to go back and see how it has come along. 92 more words

Digital Photography

Peur Depot

When I visited Montreal, it was interesting for me to see Peur Depot which featured the “virus”, a game edition. With the water just in front of the attraction, I set up my tripod for a long exposure shot to also capture the movement of the cloud which makes a dramatic effect of my image.


The Sun Sets on the Thirties

Watching the Last Sunset of My Thirties

Last night I finished editing my volleyball photos, grabbed a bite to eat, and started to head back to West Lafayette from Champaign. 986 more words


Here's why 4K isn't the most important upgrade for your next TV — it's actually HDR

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

For the past few years, the big thing in TVs has been 4K.

Visit your local retailer and you’ll see 4K TVs in all different sizes and from all different manufacturers. 937 more words


Technicolor: Life in color and in High Dynamic Range

I started my public photography presence on Flickr back in the summer of 2009. And although I haven’t posted anything to Flickr in four years, I keep the account to see where I’ve come from. 231 more words


Majestic Mountains

The mountains of Alberta between Banff and Jasper are truly majestic. It is hard to get a sense of that from a picture. I hope that the stand up paddleboarders in these shots give a bit of perspective as to how massive they are. 10 more words