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Weight slips in an abandoned GMC grain truck south of Pomeroy, WA. This truck would haul grain from the field to the elevator and the weight slips were used to keep track of the days haulage.
I read a ton of books on diet and nutrition and tried all the latest fad diets. Finally, my key to successful weight loss turned out to be visualization.
36 inches of snow so far, but it mostly melts away between storms. It hasn't been a big deal. More coming tomorrow, though.
I need Happy Hour
24. June 2008 +9 Celcius Mostly cloudy - last one from the midsummer celebration - These boys are trying to guess the weight of the stone in kilo grams - I do not now the answer.(100_0869)
A muscular man with a handlebar mustache and a body suit lifting a weight with a bending bar.
15 x 15 inches, watercolor, gouache, colored pencil and crayon on Arches cp, Dec. 2008.
I am having a hard time expressing my feelings through writing; photography is an easier expressive source for me. I wanted to accompany this photo with a grand description, but my mind is a bit jumbled.
Is it possible to say that one feels too much to the point where feelings become unable? I honestly sit down with myself and try to analyze my thoughts. I feel as if I end up with nothing. I am cloudy minded. Wow, I can already tell that this is gonna be a 'splotchy' description. Well, here we go.
I am so fed up with people. I know this is a bold statement, and of course I'm not talking about people as a whole, but there is primarily one problem that has been on my mind- the fact that people use their looks, popularity, and wealth to separate themselves from others. As though their appearance automatically labels them differently from other humans. I see people hurting, struggling, and even fighting for their own life. The separation that popularity constructs builds a barricade; the barricade that separates the 'popular' from the 'nobody's'. We should live in an environment where equality actually means something. Sadly, my ideal environment is not realistic. When someone is in need of help, they should receive comfort and resolution.
There is nothing more painful than to see someone reach for help in a lost world.
Anyway, I finish school in a few weeks. I also prepare for many goodbyes. The next few months will be bittersweet for sure.
Life feels like a dream. I feel as if I repeat literally everything. I feel the same, I drive to the same locations, I eat a lot of the same foods, and I feel like a robot. I need to figure some things out, and it's more than just changing my routine.
Well Flickr people, I think this is ending of my venting sesh. For anyone who actually read all of this, thank you.
Overall, I wanted this to resemble the absence of so many needed people. The call of desperation to a world that doesn't seem to care.
Make a change; be the change.
Todays Scrabble sunday shot, Feather Weight.
Strobist... 580exii lastolite exybox speedlite camera left 1/8 24mm. 580exii lastolite strobo gridded camera back right 1/16 105mm.
A glass paperweight that I use for some of my light painting.
Shot using bright field lighting.
Experimenting with framing on this one.
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M42 adapter on Auto Revuenon MC 50mm 1.8
This photo is comprised of eighteen stack focused images of a diamond shaped paper weight on a shiny, black acrylic surface. It is lit using two separate Philips Hue lights, one set to blue and one to yellow. In addition to this lighting, I also used the Canon Macro Ring flash.
This is the 2nd image from my shoot with Claudz.
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Shot with 2 Elinchrom RX600's. One Left and one right behind Claudz, both with small square softbox's
24-70 2.8 Lens
60th of a second at F9, ISO 400
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Kayamandi is a suburb of Stellenbosch in the Western Cape region of South Africa located off route R304.
The name means "nice home" in the Xhosa language, from khaya meaning "home" and mnandi meaning "nice". It was founded in the early 1950s as part of the increased segregation during the apartheid regime.
It was originally built to house exclusively black migrant male labourers employed on the farms in the Stellenbosch area.
|| (=^..^=) || TYGER (or TY) is my 1-year old American Shorthair Tabby ginger, male cat. || (=^͇ ^=) ||
We found a gazillion little white feathers just like this one along the beach. They all were covered in little tiny drops. A magical find.