Páraic McGloughlin mimics the computer simulation “Life” using images from Google Earth. Brilliant.
Zoom it out and just stare at the middle. Mind blow!
Brett Foxwell of BFPHOTO has made an incredible stop-motion video of log ends as they are cut down in size. This is tedious work: take a picture, shave a bit off, take a picture, etc. and the effect, coupled with a nice soundtrack is terrific.
Zoom it out.
[via Edward McKeown]
My flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp posted this wonderful abstract of striations in sand dunes on the Dellenback Trail on the south coast of Oregon. Taken with his iPhone 7.
My flickr contact Berkan Byktmbk took this terrific overhead image of two people walking in the rain under an umbrella with a great cobblestone pattern on the street as a backdrop. Taken with a Fuji X-T1
Flickr member Alvin Ku took this fascinating image of the exterior of the building he lives in in Hong Kong with his Ricoh GR.
Santa Monica, California.
We took a walk along the Santa Monica palisades and I noticed two palm trees with unusual rings on them. I took both RAW and high contrast JPEG images and these high contrast versions looked great to me. The grain added more texture to what was already interesting textured patterns.
Sitting in the sun with a nice ocean breeze was quite a contrast from driving to JFK yesterday morning after the snow storm. I had to blow a foot of snow off our driveway at 4:00 am. just to get the truck out.
Flickr member Steve Yabek posted this great image of rain drops on aspen leaves floating in a pond near Ouray, Colorado.
Flickr member Noah Weiner posted this interesting image of tamarack branches in Fox Lake, Illinois.