The Pier. More from a full moon evening on Flickr.
I love this city, even on a cloudy rainy day. Have a great weekend.
4 exposure HDR shot with a 60mm Nikkor lens on a D200 body.
Modern artifacts – swallowed up by a commercial development in Lower Lonsdale in North Vancouver.
Urban art that’ll be uncovered in the next round of tear-down.
In interesting story for anyone using someone else’s images for publication:
A Texan family is now suing Virgin Mobile for using a photo of their daughter, Alison Chang, in an ad campaign – the catch is, it was released by the photographer on Flickr under the Creative Commons Attribution license, and that’s where Virgin Mobile got the photo from. The problem is, the girl featured in the photo had no idea her photo was being used – or that it was released under the Creative Commons license.
Vistek is taking pre-orders. The price for the body is 2099.00 Canadian.
Rugged magnesium-alloy construction, advanced dust and moisture protection and a durable shutter mechanism tested to 150,000 cycles make the D300 a perfect choice for photographers who demand high performance and handling agility
Let’s see, I’ve got a birthday coming in December along with Christmas….hmmm….
They’re organic and just tart enough to make a delicious apple pie. Our little tree in the front yard looks like it’ll be good for 3 pies this year – just right.
Check out the Kittie CloseUp Set on Flickr
Unlikely I’ll be getting one of these soon, but if anyone’s looking for a b.day.gift, I’ll take it.
Vistek.ca is taking pre-orders for (maybe) October delivery.
Ozzie seems to take his job quite seriously. I’m not entirely sure what his job is, but its not just house cat. It appears to be supervisor of all activities.
For instance, if we watch a DVD or more likely an old episode of StarGate on DVD, he’ll curl up on the arm of the couch next to Garnet and watch intently. He seems to particularly like SG1 vs. Atlantis, but I digress.
The last couple of days, Garnet has been busy pulling moss off our tar and gravel roof. I’d be happy to leave the moss alone, particularly as I’m reading more and more about green roofs, but our insurance company insists we get rid of it.
So while Garnet’s been busy up on the roof, Ozzie’s been busy too. Watching him work.
His vantage point today – the top of the chimney, presumably so he won’t miss any details of the job at hand.