Is this a double exposure or did you literally stack the negatives while scanning
I literally stacked the negatives. A lot easier than aligning a double exposure.
Oooh! Is that the truck in a field on the side of the highway outside of Fort Collins, CO?
It is! Up Rist Canyon
I really hope those chemicals didn't reach the water : (
That river has been through a lot.
If it did, then build that pipeline and let Thornton drink it all up.
Heh...Pretty sure that already in the works!
Shot on Ilford PanF+ and developed in Rodinal.
So that's what Seinfeld was about.
I've added raw sugar to my espresso in the portafilter. It can't be worse than that...
The bad news: my beloved Nuova Simonelli ElliMatic has died. It gave me thousands of shots...Now it's a project.
The good news: I picked up a new Silvia! I love it.
And good luck with that project. Looks like work, but hopefully a good outcome. Seems like a very solid machine.
For an office I wouldn't go with anything short of a superautomatic. Something that grinds, tamps and brews and steams milk all in one. It's not going to be as good as a shot pulled by a skilled barista, but you're not going to have the whole thing spewing hot grounds everywhere when Sally from finance doesn't lock the portafilter in all the way.
I'd also take serious thought into renting one from a coffee service. If it breaks, who fixes it?
What PheonixVA said! Our office has a super automatic and it actually makes a pretty good shot of espresso. And ours is leased so we don't have to clean/maintain it.
Headed to estes park on friday, never foshed CO before should be fun
You'll have quite the menu of great mountain lakes, and some smaller river systems. If you make it up to one of the lakes you can catch some Greenback!
Greenback? Not familiar
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Switch around some of those letters and you got yourself a good ol' bestiality porno there!
Also great comic OP!
This is fucking stupid but I love it.
HA! It's super fucking stupid.
now he knows
Yes!! I took a factory tour while in Nica. This tour sparked my interest in cigars! I love their Mombachito cigarrito and wish I had bought more than one box. I have one Liga Maestro left -- saving it for a special occasion. For those interested, here are some pics from my tour. Only wish I could find Mombacho stateside. None of my B&M carry them.
They have a beautiful property and great staff!
Upvote for the Hatch reel
They're the best!
Yeah! Golden stonefly.
No - not Perlidae (Golden Stoneflies).
Pteronarcyidae (Giant Stoneflies).
I stand corrected!
People go to Mama Bears?
Yes. It's not JUST for bears.
One Size Fits All, Zappa in New York are my favorites!
How much did you pay for this?
I paid around $30.
I bought the others based on hot rats but noped the hell out when the silly voices came on in a song. Hot rats has none of that rubbish
This is where 200 motels lost me. Although, for some reason it doesn't bother me on Apostrophe.
The speakers tiny for the amp, no?
Oh yeah. I NEED new speakers. I have a massive power amp that goes with this system, but I wouldn't dare connect it to those speakers.
I have a Wurlitzer electric piano that I love. My ex-wife is from LA and she is friends with a lady who was married to Glenn Cornick from Jethro Tull. I wasn't really familiar with their music, but of course I knew "Aqualung."
Anyhoo, we went to their house a few times for dinner and whatnot. Then one day they had to move and we helped them. I went in to their pre-teen daughter's room and there it was, covered in stickers, dust, and shrapnel from what looked like a nail polish war. I asked him, "Uh, are you using this? Cuz it's looking like it needs some love." He was the sweetest guy and said "Yeah, take it. It's yours for helping us move. I haven't used it in ages, and clearly the girl isn't using it."
I took it home (heavy bastard!), opened it up, removed about $5 in change, a few barrettes, some hair bands, took the glitter stickers off, got most of the nail polish off, and I still have it to this day. It's a prized possession that I haven't yet managed to fit in to a recording.
RIP, Glenn. You were a great, kind, talented man.
Wurlitzer electric piano
Wurlitzer electric piano
Those old Wurlitzers are really cool. Now all you need is a Leslie speaker :) From what I hear those two make a pretty good pair.
I love the design. Those rectangular selector nobs are so cool! Nice find!
I have an original Dark Side of the Moon with the original poster and three stickers.
I love Mystery to Me. Nice collection!
So is he basically trolling collectors with these "test pressing" labels?
Just a quick point: this album is a tribute to Kirk, and was recorded after his death.
Also, Hardman is an underrated beast of a trumpet player. His best known recording is probably The Jazz Messengers with Monk. He’s was the perfect choice for that session. Check it out.
Awesome, I'll definitely check it out. Thanks!
there really is a subreddit for everything
I don't know yet.