This post is about the old saying that when you think you are facing imminent death, your life flashes before your eyes! I don’t know if that is true or not, but I would kinda like a longer review of my life than that. That is what this post is all about.Read more
For this Augmented Reality Saturday I give you a picture of a flower that is almost too small to see without some micro capabilities. I found it on a stalk of our indoor spider plant and took it with my new Sony RX 10 IV camera.
I think all you semi-serious photographers out there know how this augmented Reality was formed. It is a quick snap of my display shelves using a fish eye lens. I wonder if that is how fish really see? 🙂
The shelves used to be “book shelves” but since all those now reside in my e-book reader they have been repurposed to display all the artifacts from my uRV trips and “InSearchOfAmerica” wanderings along with my collection of cars.
I was recently at the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art and came across a fabulous collection of glass. If I remember right it was on loan from the New York Museum of Modern Art. I have always been fascinated by glass art and this was the best I have seen.
I can’t leave you with just one example so here is a gallery of other pieces. Click on any pic to see a larger view.
This is an easy one. It is from New York City.
Care to Guess??
I suspect some of you will know, even in its augmented mode, what this is and where it was taken.
Answer coming soon.
Now that summer is almost over (where did it go??) I am moving my artsy/augmented photos to Saturday again, and using Friday for more “Having My Say” topics. 😉
I didn’t have to put these pictures through any app in order to make them augmented realities as they are already in that mode. These full size Lego statues were found in a Peoria Illinois museum a few weeks ago. I have always been fascinated by how creative some folks are with these small building blocks