Got myself a Zoom H4n for some upcoming podcast and sound recording projects. Pretty nice little (well, relatively) machine, packed with useful features. It’s also nice that it has a standard tripod mount so I can use my little Gorillapod with it.
I’ve never really tried goat cheese before.. time to change that.
Bought from Waeg Farm, check them out:
This about sums up how I feel looking at all those poor caged animals, whenever I go to the Zoo. As much as I enjoyed my trip to the Zoo yesterday, I can’t help but leave it feeling rather depressed. So many sad, frustrated animals.
Trust it to me to go to a “wild flower garden” and end up mostly making photos of the “normal” trees that surround the place.
There is just something quite beautiful about Apple products. While the Apple TV may not be the best example of stunning design, it’s beautifully simplistic design stands as a wonderful example of how minimalism can (and should) be done.
Today my (used) Apple TV arrived. It’s the first time I’ve owned an Apple TV. While its use in Korea is limited (with no content for it being available here), I think I’ll find good use for it at home. Air Play alone is worth the price of commission, I’d say.
Spring is here, for realsies now.
Photo taken in my (shared with my downstairs neighbours) front garden. One of the reasons I moved to this place is because it has a proper garden with two trees in it. Some of the other green has died out over the years it seems, but I’m planning on planting a few things myself to bring it back to it’s greeny goodness. This, of course, separate from my vegetable plants project, planned for my balcony ;-)
We’ve got fresh fruit delivered twice a week to our office these days, which really is quite lovely. Bananas, apples, strawberries and they occasionally mix it up with oranges or tangerines or the like. Makes it so much easier to eat a little more healthy, by the time I get home all supermarkets around my home that sells fruits has closed already.
Shakr: Ridding the world of McDonalds-designed bodies, one apple at a time!
It’s been a long while since I used this great little camera. Should use it soon again.
This is roughly what my view looks like three hours a day. Replace ahjumma perm with the occasional youngster, or old dude.
I feel like Terrence Malick sometimes (but without the skills or results, of course), suddenly noticing something mid-activity, dropping everything and crawling inside a plant or tree to make some photos. Oh nature.
I was full-on spring-cleaning my house, and after watering the plants I noticed how pretty it looked in the sunlight (I had placed them in front of the open window). So I grabbed my flimsy tripod, poor man’s macro lens (Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 AI-S) and tube extender and snapped a few photos. Here are the results.