April 29th, 2007
I had already uploaded most of the better photographs from my London trip to flickr. I’ve narrowed down the selection even more and uploaded the best of the best to my photography page (that is, via deviantphoto.eu):
I determine which photos to upload here by first finding all the ones of merit, and then removing all the clichéd and uncreative ones. I do the same for the ones I upload to flickr, apart from the second screening process. So the ones on my site are the ones I think are particularly good, whereas the ones on flickr are just valuable memories that may or may not have artistic merit.
April 14th, 2007
GOING TO LONDON FOR 4 DAYS!
April 11th, 2007
The brain must have a sort of “cache” like a computer has – a bunch of thoughts, memories, images, lingering in our subconscious that we can quickly access.
Example: I’ve seen my cat in the corner of my eye about 15 times now, looked around and discovered that it’s just 3 socks arranged in a vaguely cat-like shape.
April 7th, 2007
The Dutch office at college was moving floors, so they were cleaning out the old office. They had loads of books and stuff that they didn’t want to keep, and so I took a load of books home with me in a big blue Swedish Mail sack that was lying around.
Amongst the books was a book called “De Verhalenreus” (“the story giant”, literally translated) – a big beautiful book of fairytales. It’s about 40 years old and the cover is falling off, but the illustrations are beautiful. I scanned a few pages and uploaded them to a set on FlickR.
Click here to see the entire set.