Friday Funday LXI

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Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet during the previous week.

Low Resolution [del.icio.us]

Some people just look at the world differently. Davin Risk is one of those people.

Jens Anderson [del.icio.us]

I’ve been holding on to this link for a while now. So long, in fact, that I can’t remember what it was about the site that I liked so much. I mean, it’s damn cool, but there was something specific. What was it?

Trained Eye Gallery [del.icio.us]

This is such a cool concept and is another one of those ideas that causes you to think, “why didn’t I think of that?” Tim Davis wandered around a rail yard near downtown Colorado Springs and took pictures of what appear to be beautiful pieces of art, but are really just the “scratched, gouged, painted, scraped, rusted, and repainted” sides of train cars. It’s true that beauty is all around us.

Michèle M. Waite [del.icio.us]

When Morah and I were still getting married in Seattle (now we’re getting married in Hawaii), this was who we were going to use. I didn’t care how much I had to pay, this woman takes beautiful photographs in a style that I love.

Kyle Cassidy [del.icio.us]

“The truth is you have too many cameras and you don’t take enough photographs.” That line describes me perfectly. Be sure to check out the levitation section of his portfolio, then leave me a comment with how you think it’s done.

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2 Comments

  1. okay well take a look at this one.

    notice how her buttcheek is strangely blurred and also notice the board under her jacket (you can even see it sticking out near her shoulders. so i’d go with a response of “people are on some sort of mostly hidden platform, which is then photoshopped out” (perhaps by taking a photo of the scene without the person+apparatus)

    ..or maybe there’s just an underground society of people who can levitate..

  2. Nice catch! Also, if you look at the seams on the ground right underneath her butt, they aren’t as straight and clean as they should be.

    Hell, I can Photoshop better than that. I should start taking levitation photos.

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