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Photo: The Many Faces of the Fremont Bridge
A series of twenty iPhone photos of the Fremont Bridge taken from the same spot on the Broadway Bridge as I commuted into work by bicycle. Although these were all taken at approximately the same time each day (around 7:45-8:30), I love the completely different moods in all the shots – golden sunrises, rain, fog, bluebell clear skies…
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Photo: The Many Faces of the Fremont Bridge

A series of twenty iPhone photos of the Fremont Bridge taken from the same spot on the Broadway Bridge as I commuted into work by bicycle. Although these were all taken at approximately the same time each day (around 7:45-8:30), I love the completely different moods in all the shots – golden sunrises, rain, fog, bluebell clear skies…

See the photos bigger on Flickr  |  Buy a print on Society6

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Mount Adams from Takhlahk Lake
30 second exposure at ƒ/13 with a 6x ND filter.
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Mount Adams from Takhlahk Lake

30 second exposure at ƒ/13 with a 6x ND filter.

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Fantasy Map: “Metroplasm” — Official Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Poster
Reblogged because Ghostbusters and subway map, duh.
g1988:

THIS THURSDAY, we will also release the newest screenprint from the official 30th Anniversary Ghostbusters Commemorative art project, “Metroplasm” by Anthony Petrie. This fan favorite Subway map is 24 x 36 inches, with around only 200 copies available online, and is even more impressive in person. 
The print will be released Thursday, May 8th, at 2 PM ET, 11 AM PT at this site:
http://shop.ghostbusters30th.com/products/anthony-petrie  
Some notes for purchasing:
1. We expect heavy traffic for this release, so make sure to refresh if you are running into trouble purchasing the print. Although we do expect to sell out quickly, many times prints will be released from peoples’ carts and continue to be available, even if it says “Sold Out” at a certain point. Don’t give up. As always, the best way to know the availability of the print during the release is on our Twitter account, @galleries1988.
2. Remember, if you have purchased a print at a standard shipping rate of $15 or higher, you are eligible for combined shipping. Choose that option during checkout, and your new print will be combined with an old order that you have purchased. We will hold these prints for up to 60 days, or you can email us at ghostbustersg1988@gmail.com to let us know you are finished. If you have any questions about your past orders, or combined shipping, feel free to email us as well.
3. A few orders of both the DKNG and the Mike Mitchell posters had to be cancelled (those people were alerted), so only a very small amount of those prints will be restocked. Much smaller than past instances.
And also remember, we will be opening the traveling Ghostbusters show in Los Angeles at G1988 (West) on May 17th. Every print online, and their limited variants, will be available in-store, along with even more prints, originals and limited edition t-shirts. Good luck!

Fantasy Map: “Metroplasm” — Official Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Poster

Reblogged because Ghostbusters and subway map, duh.

g1988:

THIS THURSDAY, we will also release the newest screenprint from the official 30th Anniversary Ghostbusters Commemorative art project, “Metroplasm” by Anthony Petrie. This fan favorite Subway map is 24 x 36 inches, with around only 200 copies available online, and is even more impressive in person. 

The print will be released Thursday, May 8th, at 2 PM ET, 11 AM PT at this site:

http://shop.ghostbusters30th.com/products/anthony-petrie  

Some notes for purchasing:

1. We expect heavy traffic for this release, so make sure to refresh if you are running into trouble purchasing the print. Although we do expect to sell out quickly, many times prints will be released from peoples’ carts and continue to be available, even if it says “Sold Out” at a certain point. Don’t give up. As always, the best way to know the availability of the print during the release is on our Twitter account, @galleries1988.

2. Remember, if you have purchased a print at a standard shipping rate of $15 or higher, you are eligible for combined shipping. Choose that option during checkout, and your new print will be combined with an old order that you have purchased. We will hold these prints for up to 60 days, or you can email us at ghostbustersg1988@gmail.com to let us know you are finished. If you have any questions about your past orders, or combined shipping, feel free to email us as well.

3. A few orders of both the DKNG and the Mike Mitchell posters had to be cancelled (those people were alerted), so only a very small amount of those prints will be restocked. Much smaller than past instances.

And also remember, we will be opening the traveling Ghostbusters show in Los Angeles at G1988 (West) on May 17th. Every print online, and their limited variants, will be available in-store, along with even more prints, originals and limited edition t-shirts. Good luck!

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transitmaps:

I’m very pleased to announce that my Interstates as a Subway Map and U.S. Highways as a Subway Map posters are once again available for purchase directly through my website this holiday season.

I’ve even made some revisions to the Interstate map to bring it up to date. These include the addition of the brand new Interstate 2 in Texas, a new segment of I-49 in Missouri and a new section of I-74 in North Carolina.

The posters are 36” wide by 24” deep, and are once again superbly printed by Wallblank. I’ve been working with them for four years now, and they always do a great job for me. They’re ready to get printing, so orders will be on their way to you quickly!

As previously, each poster is available individually for just $39 plus $10 shipping — but you can also order a Combo Pack: one of each poster for just $68 plus $10 shipping (a $10 saving).

Please visit my personal site to place your order.

View a 4000px-wide version of the Interstate map on Flickr.
View a 4000px-wide version of the U.S. Highways map on Flickr.

Please reblog to spread the word!

My projects, available once again as posters!

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teaim:

Cataloguing the logos and typography found in Australia’s Gold Coast residential buildings. By Andrew Suggit. Delicious! 

Yum!

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Flowers for a Princess
Found on an old roll of film: taken just outside Windsor Castle, early in the morning of 31 August, 1997.
My mother and I had just flown in overnight from Sydney, and were met by my father (who had been in England for a conference) at Heathrow Airport. Our first night’s accommodation was in Windsor, but as we drove towards the castle from the airport, I noticed that the flag above it was at half-mast. My father mentioned that Diana and Dodi Fayed “had been in an accident”, but didn’t know much more than that. Remember, the car crash had only happened a few hours prior to this, and this was in the days before instant news updates via the Internet. All I said was, “Well, the Royal Family sure isn’t putting the flag at half-mast for Dodi!”
After parking the car at our B&B, we wandered the streets of Windsor. The castle was closed and the entrance was guarded by one lonely policeman, who didn’t really have much idea of what was going on. I just happened to notice this lone bouquet of flowers at the base of the statue of Queen Victoria, and snapped this shot of possibly THE first flowers laid out in memory of Diana.
(Cameron Booth/Flickr)

Flowers for a Princess

Found on an old roll of film: taken just outside Windsor Castle, early in the morning of 31 August, 1997.

My mother and I had just flown in overnight from Sydney, and were met by my father (who had been in England for a conference) at Heathrow Airport. Our first night’s accommodation was in Windsor, but as we drove towards the castle from the airport, I noticed that the flag above it was at half-mast. My father mentioned that Diana and Dodi Fayed “had been in an accident”, but didn’t know much more than that. Remember, the car crash had only happened a few hours prior to this, and this was in the days before instant news updates via the Internet. All I said was, “Well, the Royal Family sure isn’t putting the flag at half-mast for Dodi!”

After parking the car at our B&B, we wandered the streets of Windsor. The castle was closed and the entrance was guarded by one lonely policeman, who didn’t really have much idea of what was going on. I just happened to notice this lone bouquet of flowers at the base of the statue of Queen Victoria, and snapped this shot of possibly THE first flowers laid out in memory of Diana.

(Cameron Booth/Flickr)

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Bondi Panorama
iPhone 5 panorama of Sydney’s most famous beach. Taken by me, August 2013.
Source: Cameron Booth/Flickr

Bondi Panorama

iPhone 5 panorama of Sydney’s most famous beach. Taken by me, August 2013.

Source: Cameron Booth/Flickr

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Sydney Opera House
Abstract detail of the tiled shell of the Sydney Opera House. Photo taken by me, July 2013.
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Sydney Opera House

Abstract detail of the tiled shell of the Sydney Opera House. Photo taken by me, July 2013.

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Pipes 
The old stormwater pipes halfway along Manly Beach in Sydney. Photo taken by me, July 2013.
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Pipes

The old stormwater pipes halfway along Manly Beach in Sydney. Photo taken by me, July 2013.

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Return to the Painted Hills
Ugh. Been a shitty day, so here’s a pretty picture from somewhere I went yesterday instead.
(by Me)

Return to the Painted Hills

Ugh. Been a shitty day, so here’s a pretty picture from somewhere I went yesterday instead.

(by Me)

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Pensive
The polar bear at the Oregon Zoo never seems very happy when I visit. Even Portland is too warm for him, I feel.
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Pensive

The polar bear at the Oregon Zoo never seems very happy when I visit. Even Portland is too warm for him, I feel.

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Smith Rock Panorama
Taken with my iPhone 5 in panorama mode, no further editing at all.
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Smith Rock Panorama

Taken with my iPhone 5 in panorama mode, no further editing at all.

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From My Travels #63: Cascades 
A spectacular view of Mount St. Helens (foreground) and Mount Adams (background) at dusk, taken on a Seattle-Portland shuttle flight with an iPhone 5. You don’t always need the most amazing camera to get the most amazing shots!
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From My Travels #63: Cascades

A spectacular view of Mount St. Helens (foreground) and Mount Adams (background) at dusk, taken on a Seattle-Portland shuttle flight with an iPhone 5. You don’t always need the most amazing camera to get the most amazing shots!

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From My Travels #62: Racing Sky 
An eight-second exposure of beautiful clouds at dusk over Cannon Beach, Oregon.
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From My Travels #62: Racing Sky

An eight-second exposure of beautiful clouds at dusk over Cannon Beach, Oregon.

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From My Travels #61: Wall
An abstract view of the Denver Art Museum. I’m really happy with the tonal range in this shot.

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From My Travels #61: Wall

An abstract view of the Denver Art Museum. I’m really happy with the tonal range in this shot.

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