Jan. 30, 2006 Focal Length:5.41mm, Aperture: f4.0, Speed: 1/40
The tower my students created while playing a Jenga-like game during reward time after our tutoring session. I'm very lucky to have the chance to hang out with those kids during my afternoons. They renew my faith in humanity.
Jan. 28, 2006 Focal Length:5.41mm, Aperture: f4.0, Speed: 1/1600
The crowd at Gasparilla
--the annual Tampa celebration where pirates invade the city, throw beads to onlookers and encourage all to drink mass quantities of alcohol. Arrrrggggh!
Oct. 20, 2005 Focal Length:16.22mm, Aperture: f5.6, Speed: 1/1600
Welcome to WeirdCurves, a photoblog! It was time for a change. As my daily life evolved from structured to random, finding time to keep up my blog became very difficult. In addition, while I became a lot more introspective and a lot less social, my well of content resources dried up. Yes, I find the process of strengthening my relationships with my family very interesting, but no one else really wants to read about that. So, my solution for maintaining a blog while having little time to spend in front of a computer and little content to share is to transform this blog into a photoblog. I'll snap a picture or pull one out of my archives, upload it, write a couple of sentences about it and I'm done. Easy. I hope you enjoy the new content.
The photo featured in this post was taken during a flight from DC to Tampa.
Check back soon for new content with a new focus.