(I’m still not dead!)
Flew out of New York City this morning and got these right after take-off.
Follow the link at the top for the full gallery.
In other news, the project I spent all winter shooting is now available for pre-order on Amazon here: www.amazon.com/Molecules-The-Elements-Architecture-Everything/dp/1579129714
Not sure when updates will become more frequent. I have various exciting things coming up (including some
Photos from the Queens Museum (the scale 3D NYC Panorama and NYC water supply topography) and some more of the Unisphere.
The Panorama is quite cool. It gives a good sense of how big the city really is. It was built in 1964 and last updated in 1992. More info here: http://www.queensmuseum.org/exhibitions/2013/10/30/panorama-of-the-city-of-new-york/
Please follow the link at the top for the full gallery.
The “Unisphere” at the World’s Fair Grounds in Queens. It is the world’s largest global structure, rising 140 ft (43 m) and weighing 700,000 lb (320,000 kg).
Went out to Queens and shot this while in NYC last week.
The above should be spinning. If not, please look at this (higher res here):
A small gallery from the Texas State Capital Building. I went down to Austin for a week after finishing (most) of the work for my next big project. It was nice. Samples:
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A photo of President Lincoln I found. Converted from parallel view.
Recently discovered the Boston Public Library’s online stereo card collection. There are almost 2,500 cards in the collection. Linked above is my favorite s far.
They’re all parallel view, fyi.
Work work work
I haven’t had a chance to shoot any new work since Mexico City because I’m currently working full time on a book project (a sequel to “The Elements”). When it’s done in a month or two I’ll hopefully be shooting (and therefore posting) more.
Got a Burning Man ticket yesterday. Looking forward to shooting 3D stuff there.
A very intricate sculpture in the Mexico City Art Museum depicting Columbus’s landing in the America’s.
There are a few more photos via the link at the top.