Tuesday, December 09, 2008

far out

I have always enjoyed space exploration... as science fiction. [Wasting tons of money and resources to eventually find out that God created everything just like He said... that's another story. I digress.]


[USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D at Warp Speed]

Cool space ships, laser/phaser/disruptor beams, transporters, photon torpedoes, energy shields, scanners, warp technology, dilithium crystals, beryllium spheres, all these class M planets teeming with intelligent life, and blatant disregard for the second law of thermodynamics! Ah, what's not to love!


[Cloaked Klingon Battle Cruiser]

My limitations with a 2.1 megapixel camera, a tiny flip-up flash, shaky hands, etc., have not prevented me from boldly going where I haven't gone before. Micro Machines, post editing and double exposures... these are so much fun to play with! I feel safe -- like I can't make mistakes. Sure, I can always do better, but it would only be wrong if I didn't try anything at all. Please, please, please-- if you have any tips or ideas for how to do new things or improve on what I already have, I'm all ears. Well, not like a Firengi... you know what I mean.


This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Craver: Those are some neat camera tricks. I like the second one best.

mommanator said...

I can't help with your Endeavor, bur will be looking for results

lime said...

i think you did well. lol at the ferengi comment and a bit embarrassed to admit getting the joke.

Louise said...

No tips, but I love science fiction. Star Trek (not the very old one) is probably my favorite.

As for caroling, I miss it. No one does it here. I do not have the voice to start it up on my own, but we used to go from church in groups where I am from.

Shammickite said...

Love those Star Trek pics, you're getting really good at producing them!