we're all so goddamn special…
Kind of nice when I go to one of my favorite sites and see a photo i took. Washington Post’s weather page has used a lot of my photo work over the years, hurricanes, thunderstorms, snow, floods, change of seasons, winter solstice, etc. Today a panorama of the tidal basin i took early one morning this spring appeared.. If you live in DC and like paying attention to the weather, from basic planning to the nerdery of discussing forecasting models – Jason, Ian, Wes & Co. are a top notch resource. Check ’em out.
here’s a small version of the pic which is a 10-12 shot photo-stitch, that when displayed full sized would use about 24 1920×1080 monitors.
pic appears on main right now, but is in this post on their site.
From Wiki: Fort Valley is a mountain valley in Shenandoah County, Virginia. The so-called “valley within a valley” lies between the two arms of the northern Massanutten Mountain range in the Shenandoah Valley. The valley is closed at both ends (except for a very narrow gap at the northern end through which Passage Creek flows and a single road, S.R. 678, runs) but opens out as one moves toward the center, becoming about three miles wide at its widest. In all, Fort Valley is 23 miles long.
Trip to visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water in Western, PA.
honestly i don’t really like any of the pics i took at Falling Water, it was freezing cold and i was hungry so fidgeting around with