I like that shirt! No, really, I want it!
This drawing was a ton of fun, and I think it comes through. I like it!
Me, looking up at the Croton Dam. Damn.
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A view of the beautiful front of Pittsburgh's Penn Station. I wish I could go back and do this again... I'd make sure to fill the gaps and try to do some multiple exposures in order to get better lighting.
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So, last summer (sue me, I haven't updated in a while!) I went to Pittsburgh. So enjoy a beautiful view of the skyline!
Corning, NY. Multiple exposure. Etc.
In honor of tonight's one game playoff in Minnesota, I present to you the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome (click for larger view):
As you may or may not know, this is the last year for baseball at the Metrodome, as next year the Twins move into a new ballpark, Target Field (no, I'm not joking). Anyway, loving architecture, baseball, and stadiums, I had to go check it out, if only because I wasn't going to have another chance. Yes, I admit I'm crazy, thank you. As an aside, when I returned from that trip, which included a stop at New Comiskey (aka US Cellular Field, in Chicago), I found my hard drive had died. Grrr. Which explains the lack of updates. At least, more than usual. I'll post more photos and maybe some details in the future. But I digress.
Who would've thought the last regular season game wouldn't be the last regular season game; rather, they needed a 163rd game. Win or lose, it's a hell of a way to close down the place (and if they win, well, it isn't done yet...)
Foggy Night at the New Yankee Stadium, 4/21.
I love panoramas, and hate the quality of my cameraphone. Click the image or here for full view.
I know, I've been bad about updating. I will work harder to try.
Well, not actually an update on the Stadium, but an update here... aw, hell, you know what I mean. Hello, by the way.
Anyway, sorry for the delay, but I finally have my photos of the new Yankee Stadium up and ready for you to view. To see 'em, simply click here or the entrance you see below:
Images marked "HDR" are, unsurprisingly, processed as HDR to portray the building as similarly as possible as it looks to the human eye. Also, I've uploaded (very!) high resolution versions of the two panoramas at the end of the shots:
Finally, if this isn't enough for you, I've also made a Youtube compilation of some of the videos I took. They are mainly 10-30 second clips in order to give a better sense of the places pictured. Here you are:Anyway, that's it with the Yankee Stadium stuff for now. I have a huge backload of scanning to do, so look for more updates very, very soon! (I'm actually now a full sketchbook behind where being current. Yikes. So, it's probably best I stop updating my website so I can have time to update my website. Wait... what? Well, you get what I mean.