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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.
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.
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....
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)   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
9-18-14
Enjoying a sunset in Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula
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.
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  I bet he’s a Big 'Ole Teddy Bear, what do you think??? Bike Week, Ocean City, MD
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
Intense
I usually tend to be more of a sunRISE person but lately, the sunsets have been gorgeous. This was the view of the Nemasket River just after sunset. There was a little river otter swimming around too but because of the low light and necessary slow shutter speed, he was all blurry. So I had to lop him out of the scene.  Nemasket River Middleboro/Lakeville town line
Elephants of Nagerhole
09-18-2014 - Colorado City, CO - Pikes Peak - The "I've been there and done that" proof for friends...         Link to Photo  Without Frame
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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