Sunday, June 29, 2008

Mad River is mad.

Riding out to Clam Beach we stopped by the Mad River to check out the beach. There were anywhere from 50-75 seals laying on the sand across the river from us. We got applauded and then left.

Old cloud footage.

In an attempt to renew my life I'm trying to organize and purge. This goes for old files I have yet to organize. Found this time lapse hiding in the dust bunnies.

Saturday, June 28, 2008


Guys who hammer nails up their nasal cavity.

Twirling and swirling light shows.

And of course women in leather playing with fire!

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Minolta Gear for Sale!

Any body need any Minolta gear? It will also fit on the new Sony DSLR cameras type A mount. I've got a few items up on ebay for sale. Need to get some money for a new desktop computer.

Sigma 400mm
80-200 zoom
RC-1000 Remote Cable

I'll have more up soon.

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Fatties Fit Fine

Helping my buddy Claudio put together his new steed. The new LHT's are a beautiful color and will make a solid ride. Can't wait until all the parts come in and we get the thing on the road.
Rocketed Forward
By force of pedals alone
The power of me

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Finally posted a web album of the Kinetic Championship sculpture race. Click on the photo to check them out. I still have a dozen or so to add when I get more personal time to edit them. In other news I went to the Humboldt Crabs baseball game tonight; they slaughtered the Indians by 10 points. Also saw my Praying Mantid egg sack hatch about 20 praying mantid nymphs today, and then immediately get eaten by the frogs chillin' nearby! Apparently the egg sacks can hatch up to 200 nymphs is a couple batches depending on heat and humidity. I'l post some photos of that event soon.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

ASPRS Conference

Here's an aerial photograph that was taken during the ASPRS conference in Portland last month. They had over a hundred of us line up on chalked up letters while the plane flew over and snapped a couple photos. 75 years of aerial photography is quite impressive. I still want to make a kite and fly my camera up old school style!