I took a walk last weekend through a mist of fine rain. It made all the spider webs highly visible – flys rejoiced and spiders sulked.
I stumbled across this video a couple years ago while reading about Joseph Kittinger. It was my very first introduction to Boards of Canada – and a very nice introduction it was.
Some types of music just end up striking a chord with you. I often find my mental soundtrack resonating to Boards of Canada samples.
One of two old railway bridges crossing Sydenham Lake, now part of the Cataraqui Trail.
A tree growing in amongst some rocks on Sydenham Lake.
The Phantom Flex camera can shoot 1920 x 1080 res video at 2,570 FPS. It can also shoot 10,750 FPS at 640 x 480. There are only a handful of cameras in the world that can do this, hence the pricetag of $50k – $150k. This is what happens when you have access to one in your hotel room at 2am.
Submerged tree in Sydenham Lake.
There are very few things that freak me out, but scraggly branches reaching into deep black water seems to be one of them.