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Ever wished you could visit Yosemite National Park but never had the means one way or another? Why wait? Enjoy a virtual visit with a series of five 17 gigapixel images shot by Harlem-based photographer, Gerard Maynard during the summer of 2008.
Yosemite at 17-gigapixels

Yosemite at 17-gigapixels

Saturday

11/04/2010 — Leave a comment

I haven’t shot anything in weeks, months even… which makes me rather sad. I have a feeling the dry spell will soon end.

A few shots from yesterday:
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With Snowpocalypse 3 (THREE?!) raging outside my window, I suppose now is as a good a time as any to share a few more pictures from Snowpocalypse 2:
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Mars, Vol. 9

08/02/2010 — Leave a comment

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Pretty sure there's a car under there...

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Digging out after 2 shovelings Friday, Two

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Sitting inside my car, wall-o-snow

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Success

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My own personal Subaru ad

Mars, Vol. 8

07/02/2010 — Leave a comment

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Mars, Vol. 7

06/02/2010 — Leave a comment

Almost forgot to post the last of the shots from my trip to Mars last month, here is the first batch, more to follow:
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Mars, Vol. 6

31/01/2010 — Leave a comment

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Mars, Vol. 5

29/01/2010 — Leave a comment

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The landing was hell on my rocket…

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Morning on Mars

While on Mars the other day, I was fascinated by the unusual skin of the native fauna:

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Their skin appeared vibrant while remaining resilient to the harsh climes of the Martian frontier…

Monday Morning

Yesterday, I went to Mars… I was out of milk…
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Nobody seemed to be around, but the view was nice.

After what has seemed like a week of meetings, networking events and social gatherings, it was time for a change. So this afternoon I set out with a bag full of cameras and a phone full of maps; and ended up among derelict steel mills and abandoned yards at water’s edge, climbing around on rusting components in the waning sun.

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At one point I was hanging on some enormous piece of machinery shooting found type, holding on with one hand by a giant bolt which left the above impression on my hand.

I also found some pretty cool castoffs of mind-boggling scale:

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My hands are not exactly small, but even as a reference point they seem inferior next to this discarded hook.

More to come from this afternoon’s work…Stay tuned…

The fast life

21/01/2010 — Leave a comment

Ever wanted to fast forward life? How about eight years in about two minutes:

In this short video, JK Keller flips through eight years worth of daily self-portraits. The static images from his daily photo project can be viewed here on his website.

I took this shot of myself a year ago today when I lived in Oakland, California. A lot, thank goodness, has changed since then… not the least of which is my cyborg eye shrinking back to its normal humanoid size…

This morning, my inbox greeted me with a few reader e-mails; most notably and amusingly, this photo from a reader in the United Kingdom with the caption “There you are:”

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Ever the fan of found type, especially when it’s a variation on a name or initials, I couldn’t resist sharing the reader’s find. Thanks, folks! Keep ’em coming!

More

05/01/2010 — Leave a comment