The good thing about living right under the rooftops with a skylight view into the atmosphere is that we get ample opportunities to catch stunning, fleeting moments like this one. All we have to do is climb up through the trapdoor and setup camp on the roof. From up there, the eye travels across the…Details
As seen from our last picnic in the Brooklyn Bridge Park.
What do Minority Report and Total Recall fans, Google staff and most cell phone owners have in common? They dream of self-driving cars. Well, Google isn’t only dreaming, it’s doing something about it. The Google engineers have been developing a fleet of automated modified Toyota Prius which have already driven over 140,000 road miles in California,…Details
Still tapping into the same image bank, this time a later stitch of 3 bracketed shots. I seem to have shot at too low an f-stop and missed my lens’ sweet spot: edge softness is excessive. Oh well, it’s still a nice spot… Similar posts: North Cove Marina, Manhattan – 360 Panorama Nighttime Through the Eyes of…Details
Here we go, darkness falls, lights are dimmed and the mood swings. Blackout is live. Be patient, it might take a few reloads before your browser actually renders it, these things get cached rather heavily. Emptying the cache might help. This much darker skin will now become the blog’s default. Mostly, this is an effort…Details
Of course running around the southern tip of Manhattan isn’t always as nice. There’s a nasty section underneath the FDR highway and some street running is necessary to cross from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Hudson. But still, Battery Park more than makes up for the rest. Here’s a sunset on a none-running night. As…Details