This past weekend college friends Bruce and Kristin came to visit and do some exploring. The abandoned subway was on their to-do list along with Sykes Datatronics, beyond that they hope to be able to see some other locations as well. I came up with a few other ideas with Andrew’s help for Saturday since we planned to hit those first two on Friday. [...]
Continue reading It’s cold, lets go somewhere with no heat! Agway, Flintkote and the subway.
Calin Leucuta (from his thread @ Fred Miranda's forums) In spite of all their talk about terminal velocity and mass of objects in free-fall, this is still one heck of an impressive tale. This rebel lived up to its name, falling a supposed 3000 feet to the ground and surviving the impact against all odds with little more than a crack. Do I believe that it was really 3000 feet? Welllll….. [...]
Continue reading Canon Digital Rebel survives 3000 foot fall
Back in the winter of 2006 I visited my friend-from-preschool Dan in Pittsburgh, saw the sights and then flew out to New Mexico with him. Dan and I were going to visit his sister, Charlotte, in Santa Fe for about a week. The trip was originally going to be a visit from just Dan but with the help of their parents the plan was hatched for me to join and surprise Charlotte. Mission accomplished! [...]
Continue reading I want to go back to New Mexico
This workshop was quite a bit different. A lot of people didn’t show up for it (tsk tsk!) and it was a bit more loosely structured than previous workshops. Instead of being told to capture something to fit an assignment we were basically just given a street corner and told to go forth. We chose our corners by marking them on the maps so of course I chose a corner that I thought would be interesting. Then we were asked to hand our maps to the person to our right. Ahh! [...]
Continue reading Workshop #3: street corners