Street view photography. Vladivostok, Russia.
Sometimes I grab little Pegman and plop him down just about anywhere. Often the results are fascinating. Try it!
Atlanta ice storm, weird ice on car. Before you wig out about ignorant rubes being surprised by winter, I should mention I grew up in Massachusetts but just thought this ice layer thing odd. Don’t really remember much of that happening back home.
|—||Albert Camus, The Fall (via observando)|
As a Walking Dead fan, I appreciate all those jokes on social media, but as an Atlantan, I’m concerned that this storm revealed just how unprepared we are in case of real disaster. If Atlanta, the region, wants to get serious about public safety, its mayors, county officials, and state officials will need to start practicing regionalism instead of paying lip service to it. And whether threatened by a dangerous pandemic, a major catastrophe, or just two inches of snow, we need to have ways to get around—and out of—the city other than by car.
Sculpture: Railroad Workers by Jac Coffey. Atlanta Beltine trail.
This was from my first roll through the P6*6 3D printed pinhole camera (blogged previously). I definitely need to not hand-hold these pinhole shots anymore and I could use a finer pinhole situation for sharper photos, but overall the camera is a raging success!
Oh wait, that’s not a saying, that’s just a thing I did a minute ago.