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August Photo-A-Day Challenge (2012)

This is the end result of a Twitter photography project I undertook during August this year. The task was simple: each day, take one photo that fits the theme with a mobile phone and upload it to Twitter. Simple, but daunting. It was a task in and of itself to remember the project and find suitable subjects for each photo. Regardless, I finished the requisite 31 photos and compiled them into a collage that fits the month’s calendar.

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Steampunk Top Gear

I think people have lost the idea of what “steampunk” really is.  In a later number, I will delve into this with gusto.  For now, though, I bring you Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson shoveling coal.

Solid life advice

You never know where you’ll find it!

Zoë Curled Up In Her Favorite Blanket

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One dog is a Georgia Tech fan, the other is an Anaheim Ducks fan. I have trained them well.

Colorization Disclaimer

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Once upon a time, Ted Turner thought it would be a good idea to colorize films and television shows that were originally shot in black and white–to appeal to a more modern audience–when shown on his new UHF Superstation (TBS). I thought it was interesting that a conscious decision was made to put a disclaimer on the broadcast saying that the original production crew had no say in the colorization process. Naturally, much like Pan-and-Scan, this turned out to be a high crime against film, aesthetics, and history.

I wonder if there was actually some legal ruling that enforced this disclaimer and the more famous “This film has been…formatted to fit your screen” card.

What’ll ya have?

img_20161024_133252336For our road-weary traveler, nothing but the finest will do. That’s why we’re going to eat at The Varsity!

What’s your vector, Victor?

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