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..stacks of lego created by kids during Lego Creation Nation at a local mall..
..close up of the centennial tower..
..i guess iÂ could’veÂ waited for them to get out of the frame..
*apparently, i haven’t posted any image.. thanks ken! 😀
..still from the Getty..
..time flies (and so does your money too) when you’re having fun..
..taken on a rainy day in California..
..getting musical here, i just thought they look like clefs..
..strollin’ down I-10, my first time doing this with some ghetto stabilizer.. 🙂
..here’s something interesting i got from a morning walk around st. george’s.. 🙂
..stayed close to home and walked around.. there was a lot of stuff to see..
..chinese fast food.. bermuda style.. a few blocks from where we stayed..
..thanks to all who passed by here the past few days, i’ll be back to visiting in a sec.. lemme just take a nap.. ;D
..this is the roof of the place where we stayed, i’m not sure if those black growth are molds though..
..the image is something not particularly worth posting but i still have it here because the info that comes with it is pretty interesting.. 😀
Frank Zappa (1940-1993)
Frank Zappa was one of the most accomplished and prolific record makers in the history of rock music. His musical influences ranged from contemporary classical artist Igor Stravinsky to blues great Johnny “Guitar” Watson. Using these influences, Zappa paved the way for rock experimentation. He tried his hands at Classical, Jazz Fusion, Blues, Doo Wop, as well as Heavy Guitar Rock. Some of the musicians Zappa surrounded himself over the years include Steve Vai, Adrian Belew, Lowell George and Terry Bozio. Sadly, in 1991 he was diagnosed with cancer, but still pressed on with the release of his albums. Frank Zappa died on December 4, 1993. This panty quilt was commissioned by Frank Zappa after his 1981 tour. It is made entirely ofÂ underpants and bras thrown on stage during Frank’s shows.
..a botched effort forced me to post this one instead.. looks like a river delta (minus the river) when viewed from an airplane.. well, that’s how it seemed to me.. it’s still from alabama, but nothing to give you the “big picture” of what it’s like out here.. maybe some other time.. 🙂
..have you ever wondered how Pikachu feels like when being sucked into that red pokeball..? my guess is that it somehow looked like this.. pikachuuuu.. 😀
..you can find more about Isamu Noguchi and his art here..
The bright red painted steel of Isamu Noguchi‘s Red Cube stands out in strong contrast to the blacks, browns, and whites of the buildings and sidewalks around the sculpture. Located to one side of a small plaza in front of the BROTHERS HARRIMAN (previously HSBC) building on Broadway, Red Cube is surrounded on three sides by skyscrapers, the height of which draw a viewer’s eye upwards. The sculpture itself adds to this upward pull, as it balances on one corner, the opposite corner reaching towards the sky. Despite its title, the sculpture is not actually a cube, but instead seems as though it has been stretched along its vertical axis. (this one looks like it was stretched in all axes)
Aside from it’s striking color, Red Cube also stands out from the surrounding architecture in that all of its lines are diagonals, whereas the buildings are made up of horizontal and vertical lines. Additionally, the sculpture is balanced somewhat precariously on one corner, while the buildings, by contrast, and solidly placed.
Through the center of the cube there is a cylindrical hole, revealing an inner surface of gray with evenly-spaced lines moving from one opening of the hole to the other. Looking through this hole, the viewer’s gaze is directed towards the building behind, tying the sculpture and the architecture together.
..well, what do you know.. yellow leaves.. how original.. lol.. as mundane as this may seems, the reason i posted this one is because it reminded me of a solar flare..
11/09/2008 10:00 PM
..i’m a bit bleary-eyed from the buffet i ate.. *burp* i think i see a pentagram.. hmm.. better get to sleep..
..this one was obviously taken at the brooklyn bridge.. early morning too, so i was among the few pesky tourists around the area..
..oh snap, this looks like crap..taken months back from some swamp in philly..if i were a kid, i’d jump right in and explore this place..but since i’m not, i did the next best thing..took a picture and played around with it until it looked funky enough to post..scribbles & scratches from nature..
..finally started on getting that portfolio part built, this weekend’s gonna be edit, edit, edit..
..looks like the inside of a crater..shot on my last visit to Houston..
The Williams Waterwall is a gorgeous piece of architecture located right next to the Williams Tower in the Uptown District. The 60+ ft. tall structure is in the shape of a semi-circle, with water that cascades down over it and down a series of steps towards the bottom. When you stand in front of it, especially at night when it is illuminated by lights from beneath the water, it is really a spectacular sight. It is situated at the end of a lovely little park surrounded by oak trees, and is a favorite photo opportunity for locals and visitors alike in Houston.
..one word to describe the coming weekend.. 😀
..on the other hand, i get to bum around and do nothing..
..this one’s taken from a beach chair in ‘bama.. 😉
..well, have a great weekend, i’m off to somewhere and it’s time for me to hit the skies again..
..it seems it’s that time of the week again..
..need i say more?
..apparently my weekend of surfing the net wasn’t all for naught, i learned some new stuff and i entertained my self while i’m at it too..
..if you’re into ground patterns, stylishly comfy shoes, cute dogs and all that, i suggest you give puglyfeet.com a visit.. 😉
..do you remember the first time you’ve thought about what love is? reach deep down and let me know how it goes.. let’s help out this li’l guy.. 😀
..ever tried taking baby shots and coaxing him/her to smile? not so easy, right? that’s what i found out too.. anne geddess rules.. 😀