In 2006, in a MetaFilter thread about a person in Norway making a time-lapse of the woods behind their house, I said:
"One of these days I will do something similar where I live."Two months after that comment we bought our little house in the hills of Vermont, and I started playing with my own scenic webcam. [more inside]
3350 days ago I posted to Metafilter Project a timelapse music video about the founding year of our little sheep farm in Vermont. Since then, the camera equipment has definitely improved ... and the videos have gotten significantly shorter.* Most importantly, the view is still awesome. [more inside]
I enjoy clouds, and maybe you do to. If so, you may enjoy my tumblr of my cloud photos, many from New Mexico, but not exclusively. I'm slowly working through my archive of photos, so I'll be prolific for a while, until I finally catch up with my current photos.
As seen on the MeFi Mall, St. Louis Skies, Volume 1 presents the first half of my collected photographs of dramatic sunsets, sunrises, and strange clouds against the backdrop of St. Louis' unique plant life and architecture (with a few ringers from my travels to other cities). [more inside]
I take pictures of the sky using my cellphone. I use Instagram. I use filters and up the contrast to acquire interesting effects, which, coupled with visual noise from the camera, create really interesting textural abstracts. Or, at least, I think so. I've been doing it for several months now and I feel that I get better and better, so please take a look. Thanks!
Doing some research on clouds for another project, so dropping fun cloud stuff off here. Honestly, I recommend going outside and looking at actual clouds instead.