So for a long time now i've been hosting my own photos. Easy enough,
move them to the webserver, copy link location, paste to
So I do that... come home, and when everybody and their brother's
looking at forums... my internet slows to a crawl at home.
So ... photos are going to smugmug now. http://mule.smugmug.com/
You don't realize just how many photos you've taken over the years till
you want to move them all somewhere else.
I'll still keep my box up at home for the things that are against smug's
TOS, big files, VPN/SSH, etc.
photo-robot in 1 hour and 44 minutes.
With a resolution of 297,500 x 87,500 pixel (15.9 gigapixels) the picture is the highest resolution photo of Machu Picchu ever taken.
be given the last roll of Kodachrome off the assembly line. Kodak agreed. Then National Geographic followed McCurry as he shot
those last 36 exposures. (The video is about 25 minutes)
Mercifully, he didn't photograph his food with that last roll.
Heh, most welcome!
I loved the video. Great photos. Great idea
Nearly brought a tear to my eye. I miss Kodachrome and film in general.
Subject: Airport Security Theater 3000
I snapped this blurry photo while waiting in line at the Airport Security Theater 3000 checkpoint at the Orlando airport:
And I'm thinking, if the TSA can't manage parallel structure, they deserve to get blown up by the grammar terrorists.
[ http://plus.google.com/u/0/107027477281187068618/posts/BtjA57pZDpM ]
That'll take you to my Google+ page where I posted the same thing.
We are bunny-sitting this week. Just in time for Easter! :)
[ If you can't see the photo go to http://tinyurl.com/bunny-sitting instead ]
Oh look, I found a bunny. (For no real reason at all variations on that was my standard greeting for my brothers rabbit, until it died.)
It's a watership down-syndrome bunny?
Perfect! Stew (not Stu) for supper. Eggs for dessert!