A shadow of myself, on a tree in the sunset!
The future has arrived: Video conference with colleagues (and a vendor) this afternoon.
Remember those action movies where the villain shows up on a big video screen and laughs evilly? Yeah, this is kind of like it. In Mountain View, I was visible in superhuman size on a 50-something inch screen. MUAAhahahahaha.
Second try at a candid street shot: A little boy on a walk with his family -- evidently not walking fast enough for his grandpa's taste :)
Today I didn't have time to go hunting for a subject during the day, so it goes without saying that Lizzy has to serve as the subject of the day. Especially since she's sleepy, again, after a long day of doing, uhm, nothing. :)
A man at the farmer's market, meticulously selecting the right cherry tomatoes.
I'm a fan of candid street photography -- though I haven't engaged in it a whole lot before. That's mostly because I find it takes a little more effort to find good subjects and take a picture in just the right moment, making it hard to take good shots while out and about for a different purpose or when not alone. In addition, I want to make reasonably sure that the subject does not notice me, or the shot wouldn't be candid anymore. So holding a full-blown DSLR into people's faces isn't the best way to do that.
Fiat really made sure to make its "nuova 500" a work of art. There are plenty of details like this all around. The headlights, by the way, much like the brakes, suspension, tanks, etc. etc., were reworked to please the American market (and adhere to local vehicle safety codes). Much to my delight, as the changes seem to have overall resulted in a much better version of the car (with the exception of the taillight design, perhaps).
What's for lunch? Kosher Pastrami with Sauerkraut! So epic. How could I grow up without knowing of the deliciousness that's Pastrami?
I like it when I find creative drawings on whiteboards. Like this "fist of user happiness". I wonder if it's "fallout" from the User Research team that's having an on-site this week?
Today the Mozillians project team visited the new Mozilla San Francisco office. Lookin' good! This is the view from the communal meeting space ("mini 10-forward", as I dubbed it after Mountain View's main meeting room "10-forward"). You can see people working on the deck. In the background, the Bay Bridge.
If you'd like to see a few more pictures of the office, take a look at the entire photoset.
I have a picture for this day, but have yet to obtain it... stay tuned! :)