My shot of the partial eclipse from the Dodger game this past Sunday. Great day, although I couldn't resist looking at the eclipse without protective eyewear at least once....Epic displays of nature bring out the fool in me.
Rhyming and Stealing – GLASTONBURY 94 Egg Man – LORELEY GERMANY 98 Fluteloop – SYDNEY AUS 99 Shake Your Rump – READING 98 Slow and Low – ROSKILDE 98 High Plains Drifter – LORELEY GERMANY 98 Get It Together – BRASS MONKS SAN FRAN 96 Alright, Hear This – GLASTONBURY 94 So Watcha Want – READING 98 Skills To Pay The Bills – WEMBLEY LONDON 99 It’s The New Style – LORELEY GERMANY 98 Time To Get Ill – READING 98 Intergalactic – SYDNEY AUS 99 Three MC’s and One DJ – LORELEY GERMANY 98 Somethings Got to Give – SYDNEY AUS 99 Sabotage – GLASTONBURY 94
Great photos and video of some recent science/space based stuff. 1st we had a SuperMoon last friday and there are some amazing shots out there, but one of my favorites might be by Dutch Astronaut André Kuipers from SPACE. It looks like a jelly fish in water, but rather its the Moon visually hitting Earths upper atmosphere and thus looking squished. Check it out below and the link to see a TON more cool shots of the supermoon.
and then I found this cool video of American Astronaut Don Pettit playing with water on some computer speakers...in SPACE....Cool video about the lack of gravity and how water reacts to the sound vibrations...Checks it
With MCA/Adam Yauch passing last week, and now Maurice Sendak today, I am truly saddened to see the truth of life and death brought so much to the forefront. I was a huge fan of both. Beastie Boys was the soundtrack to a part of my childhood and Where the Wild Things will always be a book I look to for joy and inspiration. I am sad to see such great American artists pass.
Here is a quick self portrait I did of myself thinking this morning about the passing of Sendak
Both will be sorely missed for their passion and honesty