The Memorial

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It’s taken 14 years, but the World Trade Center is finally up to its previous glory.  Complete with the memorial.  Here’s a timelapse of the 10 year construction of that memorial which opened earlier this year: There’s not much else to say really. {Peta Pixel}

The Sky

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SKYLAPSE – AN ARIEL HYPER-LAPSE from Rufus Blackwell on Vimeo. This is a pretty good time-lapse/video of the sky, as viewed out the window of an airplane.  Whenever I go on an airplane, I need a window seat.  It’s not often that you get to see the world from 35,000 feet above.  It’s truly a unique perspective. … Continued

Grand Canyon Pictures

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Everyone was wrong, but whatever.  Here are some Grand Canyon Pictures. They are pretty nice if I do say so myself.  And it really was the most spectacular place in the world to go visit.  I took 1,775 pictures on my camera alone, not counting the 7 rolls of film, 10 minutes of video, and … Continued

Hello World

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I have returned from my trip into the middle of nowhere and back.  It was exciting, and let’s just say, the Grand Canyon is breathless.  I am currently going through all my pictures. Whoever guesses closest without going over the number of pictures I took gets to look at them! Or maybe I’ll just post … Continued

Clouds are awesome

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Another Cloud Reel … from Delrious on Vimeo. It’s no secret that I like clouds.  In fact, I would go so far to say that clouds are my favorite thing to photograph.  So, it makes sense then that this video would be irresistible to me wouldn’t it? Just look at the way those clouds move.  … Continued

The Milky Way

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Galactic Center of Milky Way Rises over Texas Star Party from William Castleman on Vimeo. I think that this is an exceptionally cool time lapse video of the Milky Way. I can’t wait to try it out one day myself. {Gizmodo}

LED Christmas Light display

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I have strict rules regarding Christmas Lights – They are not to be turned on until the Day after Thanksgiving. They can remain lit up at night until January 07, the day after the Epiphany. In the time frame, they should be lit up from sundown until midnight at the latest, which in most parts … Continued

Lightning in slow motion

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Holy crap, I need a slow motion camera NOW.  That is one of the most awesomest things I have seen, ever. {Gizmodo}

The world, from slightly high up

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I like pictures of the planet, especially from high up, it makes it look cooler.  So its no wonder I love these photos: I really want to go visit that one day. Despite what many think, that’s just plain old steam escaping those cooling towers, and it’s pretty awesome looking above the clouds like that. … Continued

The Manhattanhenge

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The Manhattanhenge is when the setting sun allignes itself with the cross streets of New York City.  It happens twice a year spaced regurally around the Summer Solstice, on May 28, and either July 12, or 13. Being the photogrophy person that I am, i think this is so cool!  I wish I knew about … Continued