Tag Archives: Aerospace
I can’t speak for others, but I absolutely LOVE seeing all of these old NASA images getting new life breathed into them, some of which are just downright stunning. Click on the image to read the specifics of what the lunar walkers doing at the time of the exposure, and you can click here to read the transcript of their radio transmissions with Houston.
And anyone trolling about the moon shots being faked gets banned from this site.
No, you are not going to be become Sith warriors! Sorry, but being a lifelong Star Wars fan, I had to say that (hah!).
No, this post is all about shooting from the dark side of a subject… the shadowed side… the side opposite from the light source… the side that we are specifically cautioned against shooting from by camera manuals (or at least we used to be). This is also known as contre-jour and backlit photography. Further examples can be seen here, but be aware that some may be NSFW. Continue Reading →
As an honor to all that served and to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, 400 WWII veterans will be on hand to participate in a 10:30 am ceremony today at the World War II Memorial, followed by an aerial flyover of 56 restored WWII warbirds that will roar down the Potomac River. Details can be found here.
Sadly, I won’t be attending due to my ongoing shoulder surgery recovery, but my thoughts will be there.