One is a fool who refuses to see the world through the eyes of someone else, for they each only have seen one color of the rainbow.
On January 16th, 2008 around 8:30 am, I will be landing at Paris Charles de Gaulles. It will have been five years since my feet last trod on French soil. On January 16th, 2008 around 10:00 am, I will be taking off from Charles de Gaulle. It will have been five years and two hours…Details
[UPDATE: Sadly, Tim has stopped developing his script. I keep a copy and still use it, but I have removed the links below which had become obsolete.] Timothy Farrar has finally released the newest version of his fantastic digital darkroom tool, FFDD6. Of course I’m way too busy these days to afford the time necessary…Details
The New Year is upon us. It comes in from the East like a tsunami, rushing in, charging in at 463 m/s, faster than the speed of sound. If people were to shout Happy New Year to each other around the globe, they would still be late celebrating in the last time zone. I don’t…Details
“… When the bus drops us off at the rendez-vous point, a long hot day is getting old and Club Med 2’s silhouette thrones on a grandiose horizon background of oranges and reds. We are granted a stunning sunset on the South China Sea, a rare occurrence since the Vietnamese coast is generally oriented towards…Details
It was born in the streets of France. It’s strange. It’s cool. It’s dangerous. It’s extremely impressive. And even the new James Bond endorses it. Don’t think so? Think again. That opening chase scene in Casino Royale, somewhere high above an African construction site, is Hollywood’s consecration of the recent sport of parkour. Some call…Details