I blindly chose a picture from my computer’s photo library. Here’s what I chose.
This shot was taken by me, Cheesecake, in the Big Cheese’s own back yard with his Pentax K20d.
When I say quick, I mean 2 hours of shot footage, and 6 seconds of final watchable content. Seriously, this time lapse is fun, but I need to figure out how long I need to be shooting. So like an hour day won’t even give me a minute? I may need to reset my intervals.
It’s been a while since I posted one of these. Have been in a creative slump photography wise. Anyway, just going to post a very clean Mark IV Volkswagen Jetta GLI. I think the owner calls it ‘Red Sauce’. It indeed is saucy. I forget what he did to the car, but it is very nicely done.
Pork, the other white meat. It’s has to me at least a very transparent taste, and it absorbs flavour like no other. This is pretty much über bacon, pork belly, so good, so tasty so deliciously bad for you.
This was one of our entrees this past thanksgiving, and it was oh-so-delicious. Perfect compliment to the turkey.
It’s been a while since I posted a random photo. Just been behind on a few things. In any case, here is an oldy. It snowed a bit today, and reminded me of some older snow scenes that I’ve taken. And looking through my older shots, I saw this one.
Shot with my old Pentax K10D and Pentax’s DA 10-17mm Fisheye.
Shooting snowy scenes always gives me this calming effect, the quietness, the serenity of everything after a fresh snow fall gives you this peace from with in. At least with me. I hope you enjoyed.
Pork steam buns from Ippudo – NYC
In short, EPIC. I seriously do not have the expanded vocabulary to even come up with an adjective to describe on how good this is. All i have to say is if you are ever in NYC, you must give it a go. Oh, and their Ramen’s are also EPIC.
New Jersey Transit and their genius ideas decides to close down half the platform (Track 5) at Newark Penn Station for some renovation work. I understand the need for that, but they also blocked off a part of where the entrance is to the platform, so it gets bottle necked like crazy coming up the stairs. And what’s worse is Amtrak or whoever is in charge of bringing the trains in to the station, waits a long time to bring in our trains. Massive amounts of commuters, small platform = a recipe for disaster. People push to get to the back area of the platform, and with limited space, it only takes one person to give the right push, and the person in front might have an awkward position, can and will fall to the track. And when they finally bring the train in, it’s a mad rush to get inside the train. There is no order what so ever. Even at NY Penn Station, there are 12 Tracks that the NJT uses, why in the world would you bring a train and have it disembark, on the same track that has a train boarding. You know what happens, a dozen or so people coming off from that train trying to get out while hundreds of commuters trying to get down the stairs. We are all in bad mood already because the train is already late coming in. Seriously, they need to do something about our train infrastructure, it’s a complete joke compared to Europe and Asia, a joke.
My sweet GF made this for our dinner, 2 Reuben Sandwiches. It was quite tasty.
Chocolate Covered Onion
This is out there, and yes, the thought of onions and chocolate is not quite appealing, my buddy and I had to try this. It was very dissapointing. The chocolate crumbled off when you took a bite, and the skin was still on. I think if they used smaller onions where you can just pop it in your mouth whole would’ve worked better.
This shot was also included in Womensday.com’s online article about wierd chocolate covered foods. I think if it had bacon, it would be better.
Best way I can describe this is, if you bit an onion, and took a bite out of a Hershey chocolate bar.
This is also one of my most viewed shots on Flickr, and it’s gotten a lot ‘ew’ comments when I show them the photo.