As you may have gathered, I do a bit of website design and photography. This past weekend was spent in Seattle at WordCamp Seattle on the University of Washington. Yes it really is that beautiful. I was quite a bit envious of their campus 🙂
This post serves two purposes, one to show off my presentation so those that were there have access to my slides:
The other is to attempt to convince anyone who is not already convinced that the Pacific Northwest is absolutely stunning.
This is the first time I’ve ever been on the West Coast. It has been an amazing experience so far! I’ve been warned of the rainy weather, but it was actually really nice. A bit cloudy/misty in the morning/early afternoon, but it was absolutely beautiful the second half of every day!
There was an amazing wind that blew off of the water and it was never over 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The views on the water are striking and it’s basically a photographer’s paradise. My hundreds of photos are proof, though I won’t bore you or strain my server with all of them. I’ll add some when I have a bit more access to internet. Now off to Amtrack bound for San Francisco!
P.S. Photography credits to Curtis Cronn and Patrick Gage Kelly. Thanks guys!
So I just got back from India. And by just…I mean exactly 3 weeks ago.
Now where oh where are those amazing photos that I keep harping about? You know, those ones that show off how beautifully amazing my family is, show off my birthplace, and are just all around awe-inspiring and breath-taking?
…yeah about that…
I took like 7000 of them. And I was only there for like 3 weeks. So like 3-400 a day. A day. Yeah I’m kinda kicking myself for that. Not because they’re not amazing and captured moments that I will treasure forever. But because I got so snap happy that it’s kinda ridiculous to go through them all now after the fact because sometimes there’s 6 photos of the same thing, just varying degrees of the depth of field aka what’s in focus the most.
So to make a long-ish story short. Here are some photos. There are many MANY more to come, but I have got to get back to this whole actually posting regularly thing…more soon 🙂
PS. A bit of a self-promotion thing…If you’re a WordPress user you should check out WordCamp, an event held across tons of cities around the world that allow WordPress community to come together to learn and meet and grow (and eat good food with great company). They’re popping up everywhere from Portland to Copenhagen to Austin to Chicago to London to wherever WP users are and want to hold one next! And if you happen to be in Asheville/Seattle, come check out WordCamp [insert respective city here] to see yours truly give a talk about images and colors and how to make your site look pretty 🙂
Saw this while driving up to North Carolina. I thought it was adorable!!
Sunsets are better that way!!
I think getting a glimpse at some very statuesque (ba dap chuu 😉 ) monuments in Copenhagen is a great way to start off your day. Made even better when seeing them in the fading sunset light!
Especially as day turns to night and the lights start glowing!
My grandfather has had an interesting relationship with his children, but I like to think that each of them have a memory such as this of being with him, hand-in-hand, and not a care in the world.
Windows are great for looking through! Such great things to look at, whether you’re inside looking out or the other way around/
I like my dad and he liked this statue. Thought it’d be a good pairing 🙂
My apartment in Copenhagen was on the 7th floor. That may not seem terribly high, but when the buildings around you are not generally more than 5-6 stories, it feels like you’re king of the world!