Monthly Archive:: May 2015

|“You won’t see them often, for wherever the crowd is they are not. Those odd ones, not many but from them come the few good paintings the few good symphonies the few good books and other works. And from the best of the strange ones perhaps nothing.”  Charles Bukowski

|”To know Nepal is to love her. The majesty of her mountains inspires awe and a reassuring sense of perspective. The grace of her people floods your heart with the buoyant certainty that we are all kin. Together, we need to remind the world that in the wake of Nepal’s recent tragedy, her loveliness remains.”

It’s incredibly easy to watch tensions unfold in the media and still sit back and distance yourself from what’s going on. Salomon and his team went further and decided to place themselves right in the middle of the chaos, and in turn produced a stunning and poetic peace about Baltimore, it’s children, and their future.

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of time-lapse photography, and this is certainly no exception! Aaron Keigher did a great job of shooting locations that look almost dream-like, and portraying the constant motion of our world through a ethereal lens.

Over half of these shots are photographed in California, which is only appropriate because I’m headed there today! Please excuse the brief intermission on the site (until next week), when we’ll be returning to our regularly scheduled programming.

In the meantime, here’s a couple more links that show off the Golden State to keep you occupied:

Have a great week folks!