I’ve recently come across a number of interesting items that I want to share, but don’t have time to write individual posts for each one. Instead, I’ll just write a sentence or two about each topic and encourage you to click the links for the full story.
We’ll start with this wonderful time-lapse photo of the lunar eclipse from earlier this week:
If you do anything with digital imaging, you’ll want to watch this short video that demonstrates a new technique for resizing images; it’s quite unlike anything you’ve seen before. While the demo explains what’s going on at a technical level, at a visual level there’s only one word to describe this new technique: Magic!
You think you’re commute is tough? Check out how these kids use a 1200 foot high zip-line to cross a gaping chasm to go to and from school.
Finally, urban explorer Michael Cook ventures inside the storm and sewer systems for Toronto. He’s a masterful photographer, and his images present the subject in a very striking and compelling manner.
So there you go, links to two photo-based stories, and links to two video-based articles; enjoy!