Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

New photos: plants, animals, shadows, and sculptures

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

I’ve started snapping and posting photos again.

With the exception of the zoo photos from last year, most of these are from the recent months. A few are even from the past week or two.

future reflections green and pink the frog kings not quite human orange-eyed snowy owl cat with boxes signpost of the shadows windows and shadow the Happy King
Angel in Infrared

You can view larger versions by clicking on each photo
or by visiting my photo collection at Flickr.

Oh yeah! I have a blog!

Thursday, December 25th, 2008

I need to post something here more often.

birds at the beach Georgia Queen

Most of my little bit of free time on the web has been elsewhere, at places like:

Aside from the above, I’ve also spent a good amount of time working on SUSE Studio (which is currently in alpha, but still awesome).

ice, a row painted desert
dancing with fire winging it
in the air campfire magic

By-the-way: the photos above are recent uploads of mine. Some are from not-so-long-ago; some are from a while back.

You can find the above pictures—and many others—at my Flickr photo stream.

A few recent travel photos

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008

As always, I have lots more photos I need to post (and some on Flickr that I haven’t pointed out here), but here are a few photographs to share with you of my travels around the world in the past couple months.

streetcar in Liberec

I visited Jakub in Liberec, CZ

walking in Wrocław

…then went to Wroclaw for LGM

sunrise in Little Rock

After that, I went to Savannah to visit family,and rode 1/2-way across the USA in a packed van.  (This is a shot from our hotel room in Little Rock, at Sunrise.)

elephant mugs on parade

We ended up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for my cousin’s wedding, and a family reunion. (This picture is from Tulsa, but obviously not the wedding.)

June snow

purple mountains

the cloud hovers over

After getting back to Nürnberg, I went to Munich for the weekend.

Nat, Stephanie, James, and I went hiking around the foothills of the Alps on a Saturday.

love that breaks the rules

under the archway

in the lens

…Then we visited Regensburg on Sunday.

Now I’m back in Nürnberg, taking this weekend off from travel (and don’t really have a photo to illustrate this last point).

Hope you enjoyed this little blog post! (You can see more of my photos on Flickr.)

Photos from Prague

Friday, March 28th, 2008

Two weekends ago, I went on a trip to Prague to visit some friends who were also visiting the city. Last weekend, I hopped over to Paris to visit a friend there, and to see the city for the first time.

I don’t have many of the pictures posted, but I did manage to upload four to Flickr today during lunchtime. These are from Prague. I’ll upload more soon, including a few from Paris too. (:

vanishing guards above the crowd stair ascent
Prague market

Photos from Nürnberg’s Easter Market

Monday, March 10th, 2008

This past weekend kicked off Nürnberg’s Easter Market. It was a wonderful sunny day, with blue skies, so I brought the camera out and snapped a few photos.

Easter Market crowd HEADS
follow the arrow stop and pet the dog

I also put 36 (much lower quality) snapshots on Facebook. (I believe it is set that anyone should be able to see those.)

A few more recently posted pictures on Flickr

Thursday, July 5th, 2007
Click on each picture to see a larger version.






I still have lots more to post from my recent travels, too. (:

Be sure to check out even more photos on my flickr page.

GUADEC photo safari 2007

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

If you’re going to be in Birmingham, UK for either LugRadio or GUADEC this year, have a little extra time in between, and would like to have a photography meet up… simply email, IM, and/or post a comment on my blog.

You can contact me at my gmail address, which is my first name and last initial. “garrettl” and what follows after is the @ sign and, of course, the domain gmail.com. This works for both email and IM (through Jabber / Google Talk).