I got a chance to see some (more) Dale Chihuly glass at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The display was incredible considering the amount of work and precision that goes into each piece of glass. Most of the pics below were taken with my D7000 and either a 50mm f/1.8 or 18-55mm kit lens.
So I've had an issue with my router not giving me a strong signal across the whole house for a while now. I finally decided to fix it since I want to stream video, music, and pics through my PS3 using a program called PlayOn. I already have the Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu app on my PS3, but PlayOn enables lots of other 'channels' by basically taking
Cappadocia in Turkey is an incredible place. The rock formations, called fairy chimneys, were molded over thousands of years by volcanic activity followed by wind and water erosion. The soft rock was easy to carve and early Christians carved out the rock to live and pray in them. I got a chance to visit the region, and it did not disappoint. I would
In October my wife and I took a trip to Amsterdam for the first time. We stayed in an awesome B&B called Boogaards, and had an all around wonderful time exploring the city. Of course while I was there I also took some pictures. One picture in particular stood out to me. It was taken right after we arrived and dropped off our things at the B&B.