Cherry Poppin’

So it involves trees and photography… what more could my friend Carla over at digital-tree.com ask for? How about making sure that it’s *cool* to watch too?

 

This timelapse was created by Dave Allen, BBG’s Web Manager, from over 3,000 digital photos, one taken every 3 minutes from April 18 to April 26, 2008, of Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s famed Cherry Walk.

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YIP 2007 – MSNBC

I actually look at the MSNBC weekly photos and try to vote for the top picture, so their 2007 Year in Pictures has many familiar images to me. When compared to the NY Times presentation though, I prefer the MSNBC interface. Their slideshow is accompanied by music and overlayed newscasts. This really gives it more of a feel for actual events.

Now Playing: Maroon 5 – Songs About Jane – The Sun

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[On My Mind] Renee C. Byer Won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography


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Compliments of Thomas Hawk’s Digital Connection:

2007 Pulitzer Prizes-FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY, Works Photographer Renee C. Byer won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for 2007 for a series of 20 photographs that she ran in the Sacramento Bee chronicling Cyndie and Derek Madsen. Cyndie is a single mother of five and the photographs tell the story of her loss of her 10 year old son Derek to cancer.

It’s a troubling, moving and emotional series of photographs that show in the most poignent way how powerful photography can be.

These photographs broke my heart.

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Current Mood: (grateful) grateful

[Photography] Daily Video Redux

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From JK’s Dail Photo – http://www.c71123.com/nothingnew/?p=356

This video moves quicker than the other one. And it covers 8 years. Its a faster watch, and you definately can see the changes over time. Watching the facial hair addition is really cool too.

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