Avro Lancaster & Crew on Flickr.
Two years ago I took a walk through a B-17. Yesterday we walked through this Avro Lancaster. What’ll be next?
She kinda takes my breath away.
Cafeteria | Snow (at Minerva Deland School)
Made the old fashioned way: with a steady hand, seven pictures, and Photoshop.
You may wish to click here to view it at some different sizes, as Tumblr can’t really do it justice.
I took some photos while I was in NYC last weekend.
I’ll be sharing them here over the next few days, or you can click-thru to see the set on Flickr (they look better there anyway).
Beneath the Freddie-Sue.
(Taken with Instagram at Douglass-Anthony Memorial Bridge)
Beneath The Stars (by Steelopus)
The Perseids were a bit disappointing last night. I awoke and went out at 3:30am to drive to my favorite star-gazing spot south of the city. It was quite chilly with a stiff breeze so I only stayed for about an hour. I only saw ~25 meteors, and none were very dramatic. The crescent moon with Venus and Jupiter was pretty, but far too bright.
Oh well. Now I’ll look forward to the Geminids on the night of December 13th. It will be a new moon during that show so that will certainly help with the darkness.
Self Portrait With A Perseid (by Steelopus)
2 years ago I got lucky and caught a Perseid meteor while simultaneously making a self portrait.
Tomorrow morning will be more difficult because my 17mm lens is out of service.
35mm is half as much field-of-view for meteors. Boo.