Not the best picture but I do love this fence construction technique. This photo op kept me pinned for quite a while so I figured my own capture was earned. From the Vasa museum which was really awesome. h/t Grant Potter for the suggestion.
The mix of reflection and texture in this shot was what appealed to me. The Scott House is a pretty impressive place. Fall leaves on the bricks and the napkins with the napkins echoing the shapes of the bricks- it seemed almost intentional. This looks better large but the texture and color of the car and the photo as a whole really appealed to me. This ended up with pretty strong lines in both directions. I like the abstractness of it. This is another one that looks better large. The color and stillness of the man and his bags make the shot interesting to me. The larger version makes their expressions more interesting. It’s very theatrical. I like these old signs. This particular view mixed in a variety of other interesting objects – fire hydrant, street light, and a few windows. The background makes this more interesting but the expressions make the shot. A different expression and interesting contrasts and shadows. I like pets looking out windows. I’ve taken a great many shots of this cathedral. This is one that finally felt interesting and a little different. I was on a porch rather than on the sidewalk which gave me a very different angle. I’ve taken this shot […]
I figured I’d blend this week’s walking at work photos with a larger reflection as they mesh together pretty well. Partially because my reflections are blurry and distorted. The photos actually hurt my head a bit and so does trying to knit all this interesting stuff together. The following is a reflection on the course design process thus far and my own attempts to document the course design process. Messy. cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo shared by Tom Woodward I’m going to try to capture some of the conversations that have been going on the past few days between Jon Becker, Gardner Campbell, and myself as we start to pull this summer’s MOOC together. I’m doing this in part to further refine my own thoughts but also to play around with Englebart’s idea of a dynamic knowledge repository (one possible element of the course). This will, of course, represent my own slightly askew view of the proceedings but I trust neither Jon nor Gardner would be shy about throwing their opinions in the mix. cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo shared by Tom Woodward The conversations have been wide ranging in many interesting and occasionally confounding ways. With an initial goal not to overly define the destination- not to create the rubric-based “prophylactic effect” (That’s […]