The Illuminati have, for their own reasons, opened a sushi place in Costa Mesa and called it “Full Moon.” Exegesis of this hermetic communication is requested.
A time lapse video made by setting a camera to take photos at six second intervals during a trip outbound on the Houston Ship Channel. I used Quicktime to assemble over 2000 individual photos into a 3 minute movie representing an actual time of over 3 1/2 hours. The ship was only moving at 5-6 knots for the first half of the trip and up to 10 knots in the open areas away from the docks. The journey begins just below the Port of Houston turning basin at the end of the channel and continues down to Morgan’s Point at the head of Galveston Bay. We still had 32 miles to go to get out to the pilot station in the Gulf of Mexico at that point. The ship is a Panamax tanker 600 feet long by 106 feet wide.
My photos of the Houston Ship Channel (and other subjects) can be found at http://www.flickr.com/photos/oneeighteen
No music, thank goodness. If you prefer music with your video, someone on youtube’s done that.
1980 L.A. Punk
I’ve never been a fan of Vice magazine, but these photosets of early 80s L.A. hardcore are great. They totally capture that scene.
Can’t wait for the book!
Solar Wind Studios
Joe Hall takes pictures of auroras and other beauties of the North. Special attention pbd.
And now, here is the best thing about the election
This photo of the Santorums:
Why yes, I do have a coffee problem
I am not articulate tonight.
So instead of prose you get the latest cute pictures of my cat:
More at my flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ch/tags/cat/
The east and west sides of my town are different
Another thing I saw on the Westside today was two cop cars and the CSI van outside a house, with people, some of them tough guys with baggy white t-shirts, looking sad and hugging each other in the front yard. You don’t see that too often on the east side either. I didn’t take a picture of that because I’m not a photojournalist and it felt intrusive.
I may go down to take pictures of the city’s 100th birthday fiasco tomorrow. I’ll dodgeball if I do. Might be interesting. Maybe get a shot of Dick Dale mummified onstage, or food on a stick or something.