I can hardly believe that it is, once again, Friday morning and that another week has flown by. This week has been a good one, chock full of family and friend time, as well as lots of time packing our belongings. Granted, the packing time was a little less fun than the friend and family time… though my mom and mother-in-law made packing certain kitchen items a lot easier by helping out!
It’s been a good one, and I can hardly believe we will be in Dallas in two weeks.
That being said, these are some of the best things I have seen on the Internet this week:
- Photographer Lee Eunyeol’s elaborate light installations that mirror the night sky on the ground are stunning.
- Robotic cameras are being used heavily to get unique perspectives during the London Games. … Am I the only one who worries about one of those remote cameras falling and taking out an athlete or bystander?
- French photographer Niko Fontas‘ Transparency series features chaotic, multiple exposure photographs of architecture, scenery, traffic and people to illustrate a city and modern space. I’m a sucker for photographs like these and find them fascinating.
- In case you were wondering: How Olympic photographers get their underwater images at the Games and how focal length shapes the face.
- Guardian photographer Dan Chung is using his iPhone (and iPhone only) to cover the Olympics…
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- I like to be crafty… sometimes, and this modern candelabra looks like the perfect weekend project! Now, to find some power tools…
- I officially feel old now. (And will no doubt feel even older in September when I turn the big 2-8.)
- This blog, which sadly isn’t new but happily was re-found, has given me several laughs and smiles this week.
That’s all I have for today. What are YOU loving this beautiful Friday morning?