Spring starts right now in the Northern Hemisphere (Autumn if you find yourself south of the Equator). Rendered in Catfood Earth.
"Please be careful not to update while in riding on vehicles, such as trains, or in environments where 2.4 GHz band radio waves such as Wi-Fi, microwave ovens, cordless phones and many other radio waves are intermingled."
It looks like I need to travel to the United States National Radio Quiet Zone in West Virginia to update the firmware in my headphones, and I don't think that's on the cards for several months so I hope the update isn't important.
Nice touch that they gave an example of a vehicle though, that really helps.
Maybe use a checksum Sony?
A short two mile out and back from the Battery Spencer parking area on Conzelman Road to Kirby Cove.
The Marin Headlands have had a bit of a traffic management change recently so you need to go through the tunnel to get in and Conzelman Road is now one way back to highway 101. The advantage is that there is way more parking then there used to be. I think I've only ever managed to park near Battery Spencer once in 20 years.
The walk is my least favorite profile, downhill to start and uphill on the way back and also not a loop. It's worth it though because it's short and Kirby Cove beach is quiet and has wonderful views of San Francisco through the Golden Gate Bridge. You can also visit Battery Wagner and Battery Kirby on the way back up.
I like this article because Kara Swisher actually gets the history right. Read my series on this starting with Can I move to a Better Simulation Please?.
An abstract timelapse of the California coast.
The sequences were shot over about six hours using a Sony RX100V, f5.6, 1 second exposure, ND3 filter and ISO 80 to around 250 depending on the light. Most of the frames are from the Marin headlands, one sequence is from Sutro Baths in San Francisco.
Post production used Lightroom and LRTimelapse. I skipped LRTimelapse rendering and wrote a custom application to mirror the frames (for this video mirroring is left/right top/bottom and for one sequence both). I then used ffmpeg to render each mirrored sequence and Premiere Elements to edit them together. Finally I added music with Filmstro.
If anyone is interested in the mirroring application post a comment below and I'll tidy it up a bit and release it.
This timelapse is absolutely inspired by the main title sequence for Bosch on Amazon Video.
Timelapse of Bangalore (Bengaluru) in Karnataka, India:
The segments in order are:
- Sunrise from the 11th floor of the Shangri-La hotel.
- Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace. This chap had rocket propelled swords.
- Lalbagh Botanical Garden. Shot looking over the Peninsular Gneiss Rock, one of the oldest in the world.
- Krishna Rajendra (KR) flower market.
- Bangalore Palace.
- High Court of Karnataka from Cubbon Park.
- Finally sunset, again from the Shangri-La.
A timelapse portrait of San Francisco on New Year's Eve 2019.
Catfood Earth 4.00 has been released. The new version includes 4K remastered day, night and cloud images as well as the latest timezone database.
It's a month for updates - you can also grab Catfood WebCamSaver 3.20 which includes an updated list of working webcams around the world. WebCamSaver is a Windows screensaver that shows you a feed of open webcams.
Meeting defragmenter is real!
How to fix the Washington Post democratic candidate quiz.