atlas obscura: elsewhere collective

The Elsewhere Collective is a … museum, of sorts, in Greensboro, and was our second stop of the day on Saturday. Their website explains it better, but it was an amazing place for a photographer.

semi-regular inspiration

Rocking my world in terms of inspiration this month. (Inspiration which I am desperately in need of, I might add.) Gorgeous illustrated letterforms by Jonny Wan. Tilt-shift Van Gogh. Now I have to watch the Van Gogh episode of Doctor Who again. This photo of Bruce Springsteen. Sweet Home Style, because I am tired of…

windmills & whirl-i-gigs

windmills & whirl-i-gigs, originally uploaded by minervacat. Rocking my world in terms of inspiration this week: How Shooting Film Can Improve Your Digital Photography. Sub-Studio Design Blog’s color-coded gift guides made me wish I bought nicer stuff. The work of Andy Goldsworthy, which came up in a conversation with Maj about people who produce huge…

trekky records christmas at the cradle: dex romweber

trekky records christmas at the cradle, originally uploaded by minervacat. A couple of months ago, I watched Moulin Rouge for the 57th time, because I stumbled across a discussion somewhere on the internets about the cinematography and art design of the film; it’s a movie I love desperately and have always thought was lovely from…

baltimore: hampden & the avenue

baltimore: hampden & the avenue, originally uploaded by minervacat. For Lani. I like this picture for the suggested motion in the butterflies, faked into being by the limitations of my point and click camera indoors in poor lighting. I’ve been trying to appreciate the point and click to its fullest extent over the last few…

unc: the weirdest art on campus.

unc: the weirdest art on campus., originally uploaded by minervacat. This one is for Andrea. This sculpture used to be tucked into the tiny sculpture garden behind the Ackland Art Gallery on campus. I thought it was simultaneously amazing, bizarre, and gratuitous, and it always made me think of a dumb joke that never fails…