YES!Waka Waka Waka
Originally shared by +Google+ Waka Waka Waka… Say goodbye to productivity. You can now play #PacMan on +Google Maps.  
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Finally found my zombie invasion boat
Finally found my zombie invasion boat…. Can zombies swim…. Hmm..  
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Portfolio – Playing with tones
Portfolio – Playing with tones….on the Island of Belize in a house that was wiped out by a Hurricane.  
29 Mar 2015 in G+ Posts, by
This used to be the coolest hobby I had… 100s of hours tweaking… Engineering… Assembling… Crashing… Begging for more money…
Now everything comes assembled and is instant gratification…. That's a parenting fail if you do not make your kids invest their time to have something cool… Especially when it will affect how they look at fixing things throughout their lives..  
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You got that right inner peace
You got that right inner peace…….  
25 Mar 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Atlas V Launches MMS
One day I will get this photo….. Photo bucket list… Originally shared by +Astronomy Picture of the Day (APoD) Atlas V Launches MMSImage Credit & Copyright: Ben Cooper (Launch Photography) Birds don't fly this high. Airplanes don't go this fast. The Statue of Liberty weighs less. No species other than human can even comprehend what is going on, nor could any human just a millennium ago. The launch of a rocket bound for space is an event that inspires awe and challenges description. Pictured above, an Atlas V rocket lifts off carrying NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission into Earth orbit 10 days ago to study the workings of the magnetosphere that surrounds and protects the Earth. From a standing start, the 300,000 kilogram rocket ship left to circle the Earth where the outside air is too thin to breathe. Rockets bound for space are now launched from somewhere on Earth about once a week.  
23 Mar 2015 in G+ Posts, by
So this is a question I asked in one of my communities and I am curious as to what others might think about the Mix of Aviation images and artistic images or even the ability to sell an image that is edited vs. photo-journalistic in nature? I know what I would buy – but honestly I would not know where I would want to buy it from and or how much I would want to spend.. Or if I even want to buy an image that is not my own… that sounds terrible but it's reality…. PS: Photographers are terrible at purchasing photos…. How do you purchase images? Originally shared by +Brent Burzycki The mix of art and Aviation? Do people like this style of work.. or is realistic the only way to go?  
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