Photos of the Week – Motion and Speed

July 26, 2010 · Posted in photography, photos, photos of the week, projects · Comment 

While I took a lot of photos this week, since we have a deadline fast approaching I didn’t have time to specifically take photos for this theme, so the last one is a bit of a stretch. But, in the very least, they’re still photos of the week. Enjoy!

Here’s Sam’s submission.

Photos of the Week – After Hours

June 1, 2010 · Posted in art, photography, photos, photos of the week, projects · Comment 

Sam and I started a photo project. It’s pretty simple: a theme and a set of photos (3-5) taken that week. This week’s theme was “After Hours.”

I always take photos, but rarely do I have time to post them. Since I have peer pressure now, it pushes me to go out, take some more photos with some thought behind it and finally post them.

Here’s Sam’s After Hours post.

A Tree Grows Through It

A Tree Grows Through It

Night Frame

Night Frame

Light Streaks on Fairfax

Light Streaks on Fairfax

Fairfax at Night

Fairfax at Night

A Sleeping Petunia

A Sleeping Petunia

Cascades – Summer 2009

January 5, 2010 · Posted in personal, photos · Comment 

Cascades

Elena and Juanca

Elena and Juanca

 

 

Ana in the foreground

Ana in the foreground

 

Colombian anti-guerrilla shirt

Colombian anti-guerrilla shirt

 

 

 

 

 

Me, Ana and Elena

Me, Ana and Elena

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Juanca and Elena

Juanca and Elena

 

Juanca diving into the freezing water

Juanca diving into the freezing water

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Florida Scuba: Molasses Reef (06/28/09)

October 21, 2009 · Posted in personal, photos, scuba · Comment 

After our deep dive on the USCGC Bibb, we used our second tank of nitrox (31% oxygen) for this very shallow dive to a max depth of 34 feet on Molasses Reef. The nitrox helped with fatigue and with a strong current. The current during our stay, we were told, was very unusual for Florida. Even so, it was a beautiful dive amongst beautiful animals and other ocean life.

Even though this was a pleasure dive, Laszlo and I practiced kick cycles and compass navigation in anticipation of our navigation dive for our Advanced Open Water certification.

Total bottom time was 52 minutes and I went from 3400 PSI in my tank to only 1800 PSI. Breathing nitrox definitely helped us consume less air, though the shallow depth also helps.

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Photos of the Week (5/17)

May 17, 2009 · Posted in photography, photos, photos of the week · Comment 

I finally got around to posting some photos. I’ve been extremely busy these past four weeks and haven’t had time to process any new photos. Here are just some photos from the past couple of weeks.

Anton and Eva

Anton and Eva

Gabe and Fifi

Gabe and Fifi

Mana and a MacBook Pro

Mana and a MacBook Pro

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