The college where I work is doing this, too. If you have documentary photos, please find an institution that is doing this so you can donate them.
Posted in archaeology, coronavirus, COVID-19, documentary, Education, Health, History, Media, Photography, Sociology |
Tagged colleges, coronavirus, COVID-19, document, documentary, history, museums, pandemic, photography |
You have to take I-84 East through Hartford, CT.
Posted in Buildings and Architecture, Cities, College, Connecticut, Humor, Photography, Scenic, Trickery |
Tagged college, Connecticut, Dark Tower, dashcam, Eye of Sauron, fantasy, freeway, Hartford, highway, humor, I-84 East, Lord of the Rings, New England, photography, Sauron, Tolkien, Trinity College Chapel |
Light Field Lab, known for its advancements in light-field display technology, successfully completed a Series A funding round, scoring the firm over $28 million in venture capital to manufacture and distribute working products. The investment round was led by Bosch Venture Capital and Taiwania Capital. Light Field Lab hopes to build large scale light-field displays …
Light Field Lab Secures $28 Million to Develop Holographic Displays
Posted in Business, Gadgets, News, Photography, Science, Technology, virtual reality |
Tagged 3D, displays, holography, light field, photography, science, technology, virtual reality, VR |
It costs more to make a penny than it’s worth. The materials, manufacturing, and distribution add up to 1.5 cents for each cent, and at an estimated 13 billion pennies made each year, the mint loses almost $200 million a year on them.
For Flickr Friday’s “Illusion” and Macro Mondays’ “Copper” challenges.
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Tagged business, cent, coin, copper, double exposure, finance, illusion, money, penney, photography, value |
At Thai Avenue Kitchen and Bar in Bristol, CT.
Posted in Food, Photography |
Tagged alcohol, booze, Bristol, cocktail, Connecticut, drink, food, jar, lemon, margarita, photography, restaurant, Thai Avenue Kitchen and Bar, watermelon, watermelon margarita |
I don’t know this cat, but it didn’t care. It came up to me for loving when I was taking another photo near my dentist’s, and demanded constant petting.
At the Westin Hotel in Pittsburgh, PA.
Posted in Buildings and Architecture, Photography, Pittsburgh, Scenic, toys |
Tagged bridges, clouds, hotel, landscape, parking lot, Pennsylvania, photography, Pittsburgh, river, room, scenic, sky, toys, view, Westin Hotel, window |
A section of Glastonbury, CT.
Posted in Buildings and Architecture, Connecticut, New England, Photography, Scenic |
Tagged Connecticut, Glastonbury, green, logs, lumber, neighborhood, New England, panorama, photography, wood |
Mr. Fowler and Marlin Perkins formed a long-running duo on the documentary series filmed in the wild and sponsored by Mutual of Omaha.
Posted in Animals, Education, Environment, Nature, People, Television |
Tagged animal, death, documentaries, Jim Fowler, Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom, naturalist, nature, obituary, personality, photography, Television, TV, Wild Kingdom, wildlife |
Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, English muffins, orange juice, fruit, and coffee. At Sheffield’s in Cromwell, CT.
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Tagged bacon, berries, blueberries, bread, breakfast, buffet, coffee, Connecticut, Cromwell, eggs, English muffin, food, fried, fruit, home fries, juice, meat, muffin, OJ, orange, orange juice, photography, pork, potatoes, sausage, scrambled eggs, Sheffield's, strawberries, sugar, toast, toasted |