For a few months now I haven’t been able to finish a book to save my life.
Pictured: (unrelated) truncated art by Keith Haring on display at The Broad.
A mini forest laboratory.
My 333fab frame. The most precious thing I own. RIP Max Kullaway.
Kind of abstract.
A smattering of TFRs in Seattle’s airspace this week.
The FAA’s way of saying “hey bozo, don’t get cute with your dinky lil Cessna around the maneuvering F-18 Hornets. You know what, not even around the parked F-18 Hornets.”
“Correction: Super Hornets.”
Vibin with this one today.
Book forewords are almost never good enough for the book that follows. The one notable exception I can think of is Steve Almond’s foreword for Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed.
Smart actors. Good for them.
It’s far from being technically good as a photo, but there’s something so light and fun about this shot and I like it a lot.
I feel like a blinked and lost six months.
If you have or are thinking of getting the Fujifilm X100V, you might’ve missed some big news.
Fujifilm just released the new XApp along with v3.0 of the camera firmware, and image transfer actually works now! This solves my biggest X100V complaint, and makes using it for travel/street even better.
Initial observations from initial days with iPadOS Developer Beta: