Random sighting of two ancient communication enclosures in Manchester, England, shortly prior to the Great Continental Exodus of the early Third Millennium, CE. Click to view larger version on Flickr ~ · ~“That belongs in a museum!”— Dr. Henry Jones, Jr.~ · ~ The apparent likeness to similarly sized and shaped portable enclosures for personal... Continue Reading →
Click image to view on Flickr. Incidentally that's my brother's electric bass — and if you're now looking around for a sparkly fish in the picture, then you have entirely the wrong idea. I went for the “inverse traffic light” colour sequence; green at the top, yellow in the middle, and red at the bottom,... Continue Reading →
Monday Morning Sleepy Sunrise Revealing the Red Eye of the East. January 8th, 2018, at a quarter to nine. Technical: Shot in RAW and edited on iPhone SE using Lightroom Mobile.
I'm painfully aware that it's awfully lazy, walking along with the Nikon in a camera bag slung over my shoulder, charged up and ready to fire, to instead take pictures with the iPhone. On the upside, as far as I can tell from this humble computer monitor at work, it turned out all right after... Continue Reading →
The moment, approximately half an hour before "Several billion trillion tons of superhot exploding hydrogen nuclei rose slowly above the horizon and managed to look small, cold and slightly damp." (Douglas Adams, "Life, the Universe and Everything"). It almost looks like one of the very first frames out of The Lion King, doesn't it? At... Continue Reading →