The situation with the Federal Reserve Bank is getting out of hand. Conventional wisdom said to let the world have it’s gold, after all, what good is it if you can’t use it as a bargaining chip. Much of the rest of the country is coming back online and being functional again. Except for New … Continued
] Did you think I forgot about the most important day in the history of our country. Well, one of the most important days that is. The turning point of the world, the day that cemented in history fighting might of the American. Do not cross US.
While 42nd Street doesn’t exactly cut Manhattan in half, it was the proverbial divide of the city. Those in the north who were closer to the mainland were convinced that the government’s story was correct, there was nothing to fear, this was only a temporary glitch on the way towards a better world tomorrow. As you … Continued
This is one of my favorite photos from my most recent National Parks Trip – Joshua Tree NP. I also really do like this night shot: That’s really all I have to say, Happy Birthday to me. What say you?
Yes, what to do now? Panic had not ensued yet, though as the day wore on, people were loosing their patience. A storm was on the horizon for January 03, and people didn’t know if it was still coming, or if it had been blown out to sea. By 1pm, the Governor of New York … Continued
Are you ready kids?! I can’t hear you! Are you ready?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
Turns out, World War I wasn’t really good for anything except messing up things. Anyway, last week marked the 100th anniversary of the deceleration of war on the Empire of Germany. The exact date was April 04, 1917. In real terms, there were lots of Americans in the war in one way or another, but … Continued
In 8K! Well, if you can even render 8K on your puny monitor that is. This was taken up in Voyageurs National Park, way up in northern Minnesota, like, way up there on the border of Canada. It’s not a place that’s easy to get to as much of the park consists of lakes and rivers, … Continued
I do love some Infrared photography. There’s something awesome and other-worldly about it that is so enticing. This time-lapse of Oregon is done completely in infrared. I will say, some of the shots are pretty lost. The nightscapes, and the meh mountainsides, those just look like filtered B&W. There are a few nice sections of … Continued
Remember that post years and years ago about The Glory Hole. Yea, well, here it is in action. All the rains that California has experienced in the last few months have filled up the Dam and the spillway is in full force. Unlike the Oroville Dam, this one in Lake Berryessa is well within guidelines. … Continued