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This mini-planet has a surprising three-dimensional quality.  I had originally planned to post the 6-panel geometric composite which forms the basis for this polar coordinates transformation.  But at the last minute I decided to see what that transformation looked like, and liked it so much I decided to post it instead.  You can see both the single panel, and the 6-panel geometric design here  http://smu.gs/1ASNfa4  and here http://smu.gs/1ASNx0F  DP261-2014  Posted September 18; created September 17/18 from a photo taken September 16. The original photo is a small section of the west facade of the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.  Title: Abstract - Geometric Mini-Planet from Architectural Detail  IN8037 (Twelfth in the current series of abstracts)  You can read a summary of the steps that produced the 6-panel geometric image in the caption for that upload.  I created the mini-planet in the usual fashion.
As fall quickly closes in on us this year this is a shot of two little fellas just before they head out for warmer weather. Have a great day everyone....
9/18/14 - House on Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs; Colorado Springs has an abundance of wonderful old houses.  Thanks for your comments on my shot of the old T-bird.
Thursday, September 18, 2014  "SUSHI SOFA" by Fernando Campana and Humberto Campana  "I can feel infinitely alive curled up on the sofa reading a book." ~ Benedict Cumberbatch   6:06 Update: I noticed that a few of our previous daily photos are reappearing in the DPC today.  I cropped a tad bit of the right side to eliminate the wall. I probably should have cropped the left side to give it balance. Oh, well.....  Materials: Made from carpet, rubber; EVA, fabric, and estela handcrafted into sushi rolls covering stainless steel structure  Country: Brazil  Year of Design/Manufacture: 2010  Height: 29.13 in. (74 cm)  Width: 5 ft. 3 in. (160 cm)  Depth: 29.53 in. (75 cm)   The Campana Brothers' official website is here: http://campanas.com.br/en#works  My complete "High Museum of Art" 2014 gallery is here: http://godschild.smugmug.com/Museums/High-Museum-of-Art-2014/i-gvQjvDP  Hang in there; tomorrow is Friday!  High Museum of Art 1280 Peachtree Street, N.E.  Atlanta, GA 30309 Official website: http://www.high.org  (photo taken 7/25/2014)  My Homepage: http://www.Godschild.smugmug.com
09-18-2014 - Colorado City, CO - Pikes Peak - The "I've been there and done that" proof for friends...         Link to Photo  Without Frame
9-18-14
Enjoying a sunset in Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula
Intense
9/18/2014 ~ See Rock City  Old advertising painted on a barn in North Carolina. Thank you for all the nice comments on yesterday's shot of the old building!
Day 257: NYSkylineSundown - Sept 17.  Amazing sundown skies last night after a rainy morning.
September 18, 2014  I bet he’s a Big 'Ole Teddy Bear, what do you think??? Bike Week, Ocean City, MD
Female Royal Danish Life Guard    Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark    Other photos from Copenhagen can be seen here: http://goo.gl/GWulS7    18/09/14 www.allenfotowild.com
September 18, 2014  Another photo from our trek into the Narrows of Zion National Park.  We rented water shoes, thermal socks and walking sticks the day before the 8 mile trek.  Thank goodness that we did.  I told Bill that being a shoe girl, I was having a hard time wearing these ugly shoes.  His reply, "Well you can't walk the Narrows in high heels."  So right he was.  LOL - what an awesome experience, we will do this again sometime.  Have a beautiful day today my friends!  Linda http://lgood.smugmug.com  Late Post - I was a day behind on my opening comment, and greatly pleased to know today is Thursday, not Wednesday.
This mini-planet has a surprising three-dimensional quality. I had originally planned to post the 6-panel geometric composite which forms the basis for this polar coordinates transformation. But at the last minute I decided to see what that transformation looked like, and liked it so much I decided to post it instead. You can see both the single panel, and the 6-panel geometric design here http://smu.gs/1ASNfa4 and here http://smu.gs/1ASNx0F

DP261-2014 Posted September 18; created September 17/18 from a photo taken September 16.
The original photo is a small section of the west facade of the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.

Title: Abstract - Geometric Mini-Planet from Architectural Detail IN8037
(Twelfth in the current series of abstracts)

You can read a summary of the steps that produced the 6-panel geometric image in the caption for that upload. I created the mini-planet in the usual fashion.

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This mini-planet has a surprising three-dimensional quality.  I had originally planned to post the 6-panel geometric composite which forms the basis for this polar coordinates transformation.  But at the last minute I decided to see what that transformation looked like, and liked it so much I decided to post it instead.  You can see both the single panel, and the 6-panel geometric design here  http://smu.gs/1ASNfa4  and here http://smu.gs/1ASNx0F  DP261-2014  Posted September 18; created September 17/18 from a photo taken September 16. The original photo is a small section of the west facade of the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.  Title: Abstract - Geometric Mini-Planet from Architectural Detail  IN8037 (Twelfth in the current series of abstracts)  You can read a summary of the steps that produced the 6-panel geometric image in the caption for that upload.  I created the mini-planet in the usual fashion.
This mini-planet has a surprising three-dimensional quality. I had originally planned to post the 6-panel geometric composite which forms the basis for this polar coordinates transformation. But at the last minute I decided to see what that transformation looked like, and liked it so much I decided to post it instead. You can see both the single panel, and the 6-panel geometric design here http://smu.gs/1ASNfa4 and here http://smu.gs/1ASNx0F

DP261-2014 Posted September 18; created September 17/18 from a photo taken September 16.
The original photo is a small section of the west facade of the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.

Title: Abstract - Geometric Mini-Planet from Architectural Detail IN8037
(Twelfth in the current series of abstracts)

You can read a summary of the steps that produced the 6-panel geometric image in the caption for that upload. I created the mini-planet in the usual fashion.

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