I'm somewhere over the ocean.
I posted this on Instagram the other day but this version doesn't have that stupid forced square crop! In other news, the two of you that make it to these posts may have noticed that you haven't been able to click on the image to make them larger lately. Wondering why that is? Well don't ask me. Do I look like I know?
And look! Some more media! I didn't make it but you should listen to it anyway because it's fun.
I really hope I have the time to go out and shoot some pictures soon.
I want to share something that I saw on Tumblr the other day as well. I think they are gorgeous and deserve to be shared. I want to stress that I DID NOT CREATE THESE. I'm linking them to the original source as well.
EDIT: I don't know if it's just me, but the link to the original artist's website that I put on the pictures isn't working.
I've already shared this on Facebook and Instagram but not on my website. I have more after this photo so read on.
Today happens to be the 15th anniversary of the premiere of my favorite show. So what's there to love about Futurama? Why should you watch a 15 year old television program? Well, for one, it's set one thousand years in the future! There are robots, space ships, killbots, aliens, time travel, moon gators, space hobos, giant space bees, a reptilian space pope, hypnotoad, and the list goes on. It's crude, it's smart, it's touching, and it's funny. It's still hard for me to watch the episode Jurassic Bark because of the ending.
This is a show that dares to dream, and it dares us to dream with it. Every episode is a new adventure. You never know if you'll end up in another universe with the Planet Express crew, or if they'll be fighting against a gigantic robotic President Nixon on Earth. They even visited the inside of the sun once (apartments are pretty expensive on the sun, apparently) to rescue some miners.
So happy 15th birthday, Futurama. My advice to you is watch it if you haven't already. I know, I know. It's a cartoon, and cartoons are for kids, but it's really good stuff. I promise, you won't be disappointed.
None of these are good enough to hold their own, so tonight you get three images!
My phone camera is lacking. Need manual ISO and shutter speed. So much noise. Need RAW. So much JPEG sharpening.
I was in Daly City yesterday to consume copious amounts of food and afterwards decided to walk to the beach to burn it off. I only had my phone with me which I regretted upon getting to the beach. It was quite an impressive beach, with some very impressive cliffs. Walking on the beach in a t-shirt because I was too warm for a sweatshirt gave me this distinct feeling that it's not actually Winter. What's that about this "polar vortex" now?