Where You Are Photos (2019)


#1

Got this awesome photo in the Landschaftspark Duisburg today:


Where You Are Photos
#2

Is it odd that I hear this sound while I’m looking at that photo?


#3

Sounds like a swarm of angry bees…

Wheels


#4

They are attracted to Neymar’s hair gel…at least it keeps him from diving…

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#5

In keeping with the coffee cup theme…my wife got me this for Christmas…


#6

78MP Panorama of the whole light installation:
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#7

That’s amazingly beautifully done. I’d love to find out who did the installation.


#8

It’s the work of the British artist Jonathan Park. You can read more about it here:
https://www.landschaftspark.de/en/leisure-activities/light-installation/

It is truly amazing. Highly recommended if you’re ever in the Ruhrarea in Germany.


#9

Yesterday be like

The conditions are absolutely bonkers. High winds and >1m of snow in the last 24h means this was probably the last tour for the next few days. It’s simply too hazardous right now.


#10

Nice… look at that powder! I’m very envious, having gone back to work today.


#11

It’s almost too much. ATM you can only ride shallow slopes, so you get stuck a lot, because snow.


#12

One of the funny things about shooting an ILS to runway 35 in Augusta - there is a paper mill about a mile off the end of the approach end. You can smell it as you fly through the exhaust, and you get a little bump of rising air…sort of a tactile middle marker…


#13

Paper mills are very smelly indeed.


#14

Somewhat austere hunting cabin (but internet!) hitting a trail or two tomorrow…


#15

Pre-hike pancakes…


#16

When things don’t quite go to plan

What was supposed to be a simple one sector ferry flight in good weather.

I somehow got roped into this and back

To then have this to play with on arrival

And looking across the apron

Mongrel of a day


#17

6.5 miles of mud bogging yesterday…


#18

Back home after 3 months of travelling… no time to get over the jet lag though: Eva has learned to crawl and the whole place has to be baby-proofed.

Started by building a railing between the upper and lower decks to stop her from falling to her death…


#19

Oh…baby proofing. I remember those days. Pads on the corners off all the edgy things (why did we buy all glass tables when were were young and dating??). And I can’t tell you how many times I almost lost a finger when those darn drawer lock things kept me from opening drawers. And pantry locks. And pool monitor (two!). And door chimes. Our son grew up in San Quentin.


#20

Don’t forget the electrical outlet covers/plugs.