Thursday, April 10, 2008

It's almost Friday!

My flickr account is over its limit. Bah. This is why I have my own server. Click any image for gallery.

Woke up to this. Ugh.

They didn't have any lights on in the bus this morning. I took a nap.

Nummy Mocha.

Nummy Orange. Jeff apparently dislikes cubicle-orange-munchers. My peers don't seem to mind. Or maybe they're afraid of crossing me.

Ah... The Dreaded Bus. 40MPH Winds and fast-approaching hail and lightning wimped me out today. Knock-you-on-your-ass wind, hail, lightning and sitting on a big chunk of aluminum didn't sound like a bright idea.

What the hail?! You can't see it in the photo, but it's hailing. My bike got a nice abrasive cleaning on the front of the Dreaded Bus.

Turkey Creek. This shot was taken from the bridge photographed here. You can see where I was on the MUP when I took that photo.

Hardware stores are ubiquitous around here.

"Downtown Shawnee" - A fountain at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Nieman.

Can't be Johnson County without a Starbucks. They're even more ubiquitous than hardware stores.

I've never tried stitching together photos manually for a panorama. I'd call this portrait of stormy skies a horribly failed first attempt.

My AirPort Express, through which much random tunage has been pumped to the sound system.

Ian Van Dahl - Castles In The Sky
Orbital - Out There (Intro) & Out There Somewhere

1 comment:

Frogman said...

I've used a program called Hugin to stitch panos before. It took a bit to get the idea of what to do in my brain, but it's actually fairly easy to do once you get what to do.

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