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14th Nov 2016 – Supermoon Setting

Supermoon Setting

Supermoon Setting

Snapshot of the Supermoon from 13-14 November 2016 setting over the Pacific Ocean, (with the Malibu point between the Ocean and the Moon).

Next supermoon this good? 2034. Hope you saw it today!

22nd Aug, 2016 – Walter Koenig- Hollywood Star on the Walk of Fame

Walter Koenig- Hollywood Star on the Walk of Fame

Walter Koenig- Hollywood Star on the Walk of Fame

Here we have Walter Koenig, who is best know for his portrayal of Pavel Chekov in Star Trek, (as well as PsiCop Alfred Bester on Babylon 5), receiving his star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood. With its placement, the entire Star Trek main cast has stars on the WoH. Several Star Trek cast members, (such as George Takei (and his husband Brad) and the late Leonard Nimoy), were in attendance, as was a large group of press and fans. This shot was moments after the unveiling…

15th Aug, 2016 – Ifuru na Oge Ntoju

Ifuru na Oge Ntoju

Ifuru na Oge Ntoju

Photograph of an African-American model of Igbo descent in front of a bush in bloom. This was taken in Michigan some time ago, but I enjoy the contrasting colors and the naturalistic look of the shot…

Apr 18th, 2016 – Azure Pigmentatia

Azure Pigmentatia

Azure Pigmentatia

A semi-forced perspective (pushed perspective; is that the term?) of Genichiro Inokuma’s painting “Broadway (Longest Street)”, currently on display at LACMA in the Art of the Americas Building.

Apr 11th, 2016 – Griffith in Review

Griffith in Review

Griffith in Review

Griffith Observatory is a facility in Los Angeles, California sitting on the south-facing slope of Mount Hollywood in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park. It commands a view of the Los Angeles Basin, including Downtown Los Angeles to the southeast, Hollywood to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. The observatory is a popular tourist attraction with an excellent view of the Hollywood sign, and an extensive array of space and science-related displays. The Griffth is Southern California’s gateway to the cosmos! Visitors can look through telescopes, explore exhibits, see live shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, and enjoy spectacular views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign.

Griffith Observatory’s unique architecture and setting, compelling programmatic offerings, and cinematic exposure have made it one of the most famous and visited landmarks in southern California. Tens of millions have come to walk the inside of the building, view the live planetarium shows, or simply gaze out towards the coast and the heavens. This cultural and scientific icon owes its existence to the dream of one man, Griffith Jenkins Griffith, and to the dedicated scientists and public servants who worked to fulfill his vision of making astronomy and observation accessible to all.

Feb 29th, 2016 – Curving Towards the Sky

Curving Towards the Sky

Curving Towards the Sky

Lovely shot of the sky, naturally and as reflected on some of the skyline of Los Angeles. Taken from within the geometric architecture of the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

BTS- the photo was taken on the same day as the Party Girl’s With Me shoot.

Hiatus in Temperus

Greetings friends and followers!

Well, some good news and some bad; first, the bad. Life (personal and professional) have decided to get a little more tumultuous than I would like, which is going to put a crimp in getting the weekly postings up. Hopefully, it will only be a few week interruption, but I did want to at least give a heads up.

But, the good news should make up for the temporary silence on the blog front:
* First and foremost, the primary Mysidian Moments website is getting a major renovation. Its been in the works for a while now, but the trigger has been pulled, as it were. Once the bugs are worked out and I’m happy with the look and feel, it’ll go live.
* Next, I’ve been looking at how to sell prints and canvases of my photographs online, so the website will be incorporating a store into it. That’s some fun coding right there…
* I’m planning on making some excursions solely to go a-photoing in the near future- either as day trips or perhaps further afield.
* Lastly, while I am not going to stop watermarking my pictures, I have done some serious consideration on how to do it in a way that isn’t as jarring as the current “across the center” method I do now. Given how a determined individual can remove any visible watermark, I have decided to go with a less obfuscating style. I don’t have any intention to “undo” all the photos I’ve put up in the blog, but going forward (not counting the pictures in the queue), I will be using the new style. (Also, the primary website will be redone with the new style as well)

Thank you all for following/liking and generally enjoying my work- it does make the joy I get from photography even greater!

~ Jeremy ~

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