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From the reader #25

Blackletter

Deiter Steffmann’s type collection of Blackletter is free to download.

From the reader #23

Pejac Line

Pejac. My kind of artist.

From the reader #20

Hong Kong tower block, Michael Wolf

Michael Wolf’s architecture of density project is pretty incredible.

Blank Slate: A Comprehensive Library of Photographic Templates

Blank Slate

A nice alternative to signing up to a stock photography website.

From the reader #19

Coloured lights

Free (do whatever you want) hi-resolution photos.

SODAE house

SODAE Casa

VMX Architects at work in Amstelveen, Netherlands.

Swimming pool wish list

Blue Lagoon spa

Robert Louis Stevenson once said, “I travel not to go anywhere, but to go.” Not sure I agree.

Chalet C7, Portillo, Chile

Chalet C7, Chile

My kind of holiday destination.

Buzludzha monument, Bulgaria

Buzludzha typography

Captivating, otherworldly photos of Buzludzha, Bulgaria, by photographer Timothy Allen.

Nicolas Ritter: One

Nicolas Ritter: One

Nicolas Ritter’s photography project, One, caught my eye.

From the reader #11

Dark Side of the Lens — stunning cinematography from the swells of the seas.

Will Pearson’s 360 panoramic tours

Will Pearson panoramic tours

View these (and other) panoramic shots in full screen and interactive glory on Will Pearson’s website.

Tenerife

El Medano Tenerife

No blog/email/Twitter action this past week. Been in Tenerife.

Boat Magazine

Boat Magazine

This lovely publication dropped through my letterbox the other day — the first issue of Boat Magazine.

Things Organized Neatly

wilting rose

I’m not the first designer to share Things Organized Neatly. And I’m sure I won’t be the last.

New York

Guggenheim New York

I’m just back from a break in New York.

Just married…

wedding ring on finger

What a day.

While I was away

Costa Blanca, Spain

I’m back from a week in southern Spain, successfully dodging the ash cloud, and although I couldn’t justify reading all of my back-logged feed subscriptions, here are a few notable mentions.

Forth Rail Bridge

Forth Rail Bridge

I’m sure I’ll pay the bridge a few more visits as I get to grips with my Nikon D5000. 14 kilometres west of Edinburgh, the Forth Rail Bridge is so imposing it’s easy to capture a dramatic photo.

Edinburgh chimneys

Edinburgh chimneys

Shot from my third-floor studio window as I get to grips with the Nikon D5000. There’s been no Photoshop work done on the sky (just a little darkening of the chimneys).

Entry-level DSLR recommendations

Canon EOS 550D camera

I’m on the lookout for an entry-level digital SLR. Yesterday I asked for your recommendations on Twitter, and here are a few of your most popular choices (thanks very much, by the way).

Five days in Dubai

Philip Bloom Dubai

I’ve read a lot about Dubai that paints a sad picture, but Philip Bloom makes it easy to look beyond the dark side and witness the undoubted beauty of the man-made surroundings.

The beautiful Balearics

Menorca type

Back from Menorca (the slowest-paced Balearic island). Here are a few photos.

Personal photography – India

Indian boy eating coconut

A few select photographs from my recent trip to India.

The alphabet, but not as we know it…

alphabet light writing

The alphabet in light writing, found on Nir Tober’s Flickr page.

Focus on photography: Chema Madoz

black and white photography

Here’s a photographer I’ve been meaning to feature for some time.

Light drawing and light writing

Light drawing by Lichtfaktor

Light-drawing and light-writing is getting a fair bit of attention lately.

Chase Jarvis photography in motion

Above is an uncut series of still photographs created in five days for personal work and for promoting the 2007 Hasselblad Masters. Read on for more of Chase Jarvis’ excellent photography.

How to insert an image into blog comments

Blog comment

There are issues with visitors doing likewise.

Here’s a great wallpaper image resource

Leaf and raindrops

Socksoff.co.uk is a nice wallpaper image resource.

Socksoff is a personal, non-commercial site, no pop-ups, pop-unders, banners or those pesky little ad’s that float across the screen. It first went live on 12th June 2004 with just a small collection of links, and has grown into what it is today, still a small collection of links.