Sunday, April 12, 2015

Very Mendeleev of Me.

Elements from my collection (Europium & Sodium are stored under oil):

Monday, April 6, 2015


So, I wanted to do an update, but I only have two pictures. I assume it still counts?

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Was isch für Ziit?

Apparently it is time to update my ever-so neglected blog. What better way to do that, than with some good old horology items?

Because who doesn't like tiny screws?

Sunday, October 26, 2014

A Little To Get By

Since I don't find much time to go shoot, I keep looking for random shit around my apartment to take pictures of. I got bored looking, so I only came up with a few items: Well, one is more of a "guest" that had to be removed.

Monday, February 24, 2014

The Rest

So, this is a continuation from my last posting.

Anyway, we figured we should get a decent hotel, near everything, that was not a $60 per night shit hole. We settled on the Westin. If anyone wants a pretty nice place to stay, that wont break the bank, in St. Louis, I'd suggest giving this place a look.

The only really fun architectural element of the place: (the rest is just bricks)

A king sized bed that for some reason, I only got to experience the typical 1/4 of...

The Science Museum & Planetarium:


Anyone care to venture a guess as to what this does? I will give you a hint: Ziess

One of the old guys doing work on fossils.

These are more from the City Museum:

Oddly, there is Teen Wolf there. Yes, goddamn Teen Wolf...

Looking up at a 10 story high slide. I found out somebody is afraid of heights.

The Peabody Opera House:

A slightly slanted Holocaust Museum. I could go on about the how it is slanted, but if you want to know, email me or go there.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

The St. Louis Trip

Tara decided that we needed to get away for the weekend, so St. Louis was decided upon, the room was booked, and off we went.

One of the places that she wanted to go to was the "City Museum." To be honest, what I saw on the internet, it looked like a place for little kids. I wasn't really looking forward to going, but then I got excited after seeing the outside of the place.

While it is geared for kids, there are so many awesome things that are not on the radar of most visitors. Bonus for me. There are more pictures from the place, but I don't feel like processing more...

Everyone needs a jet on a stick:

The "Mercury" mission capsule details & control log: (side note: I touched this too... That makes a Monet, an SR-71 Blackbird, and a Mercury space capsule.)

The obligatory structural pictures: