Instagram Roundup #57

by Jamie Sanford on September 18, 2013

Here are all of the other Instagram Roundups!

On my way through the tunnel on September 11th.

Spent 2 days shooting Noritake’s Colorwave Collection. It was great to get to mix and match the colors and shapes.

Mom and Nan were in town and we went to dinner on their last night here. I parallel parked Mom’s car like a boss on the first try, and naturally, took a photo.

Insane thunderstorms on Thursday. Driving towards the black clouds is never a good sign, but I actually did manage to get inside my house before the sky opened up.

For throwback Thursday, I shared this image I took of my brother during a Skype call. We were working on the crossword together. There’s a salamander on the screen behind him.

Our local Baja Fresh closed without warning! I had to get Panera instead, which is not the thing to fulfill your craving for something from Baja Fresh.

Mom always brings me flowers, and the red carnations are still going strong 4 days later. They are lovely. Thanks Mom!

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Sunday Link Party

by Jamie Sanford on September 6, 2010

Photo of the week – we went to a 9/11 memorial last weekend because I hadn’t known of its existence before (and if you read about it on Wikipedia, you find out why – apparently some people really dislike it), and we drove around the surrounding area and stopped to take some photos. The sun was setting and the light was spectacular.


Bayonne, NJ - August 2010.

Speaking of photography, this guy makes his photos using BULLETS. (Petapixel)

Have you seen The Wilderness Downtown yet? It’s an interactive experience, best viewed in Google Chrome. Blew my mind.

Since I’ve been having fun with fonts this week, here are 20 Super Clean Fonts Perfect for Minimal Style Design. (WebDesignLedger.com)

The bell tower at Iowa State University played Gaga’s “Bad Romance” and it is ridiculous. Watch this.

Another Gaga video, a new song called “Living on the Radio,” performed live in St Paul this week.

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