Project 365: Day 004 Originally uploaded by Ezra S F So, I am day four into my participation in Project 365: One photo a day for an entire year. I have to make it into May before I improve over the last time I tried this in 2007. Hope I make it. The last time… Continue reading Project 365
Time of Death Dec 27, 2009 at 2:34pm Originally uploaded by Ezra S F Didn’t realize it was still on when I put it in my pocket for 2 hours. At least I still have my SLR. UPDATE: Ordered a replacement. Hope it is as good or faithful.
Ornamental Reflection Originally uploaded by Ezra S F Downtown Valdosta outside Bleu Cafe.
Dan Schultz doesn’t like Facebook or Twitter because they are too focussed on individual expression rather than the community. That may be because he is using them wrong. I liked photography as a kid, but I didn’t know any photographers. Flickr happened to come into my life just after I bought my first digital camera.… Continue reading Me Social Media
Happy (Con)trails Originally uploaded by Ezra S F Flickr member Zack Sheppard did me a huge favor yesterday picking this picture for a Flickr blog about Asterisks in the sky. So in one day this picture was exposed to 5,931 people. Several of those looked at the adjacent picture and others for a total of… Continue reading Asterisks in the sky
Nolan House Shed Originally uploaded by Ezra S F Was saving this for tomorrow. However, I noticed a photo of me taking this photo posted today. So I posted mine too. I enjoyed exploring this house and environs with Team Shipaway.
Behind the Scenes Originally uploaded by Ezra F Yesterday was the second Athens, GA Strobist meeting. Like the first meeting, it was fun and informative. I really ought to invest in my own setup to practice outside these meets. Maybe it is time to start selling my work so I can afford more gear. Missing… Continue reading Behind the Scenes
Playing with trains Originally uploaded by Ezra F A while ago, I mentioned the Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk scheduled for Athens Georgia. Several folks from the Athens Flickr Meetups showed up for this yesterday. Others I know from work, photography classes, and even just eating at restaurants also showed. Twice today people have mentioned… Continue reading Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk
I missed the story about brothers convicted of harvesting emails the first time. Well, I noticed a followup. Back around 2001, the CIO received complaints about performance for the web server. So, I went log trolling to see what the web server was doing. A single IP dominated the HTTP requests. This one IP passed… Continue reading Email Harvesters
I’m looking forward to this Athens part of the Worldwide Photo Walk in four weeks. I’m even more impressed it filled to the 50 person capacity. We have been having meetups for Athens Flickr users since September. I don’t think any have approached half that number. (There are only 32 members in the Flickr group.)… Continue reading Worldwide Photo Walk