By Douglas Zimmerman, SFGATE Updated 3:02 pm PDT, Wednesday, June 5, 2019 La Palma. [Bronica S2 | Kodak Ektar 100] Photographer Mariano Rossetti only uses analog film cameras for the photographs on his Instagram page. La Palma. [Bronica S2 | Kodak Ektar 100] Photographer Mariano Rossetti only uses analog film cameras for the photographs on his Instagram page. Photo: Instagram / Mariano Rossetti Photo: Instagram / Mariano Rossetti Image 1 of / 34 Caption Close Image 1 of 34 La Palma. [Bronica S2 | Kodak Ektar 100] Photographer Mariano Rossetti only uses analog film cameras for the photographs on his Instagram page. La Palma. [Bronica S2 | Kodak Ektar 100] Photographer Mariano Rossetti only uses analog film cameras for the photographs on his Instagram page. … [Read more...] about Go back in time with Bay Area photographer’s 35mm film photos
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Food Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Food | For Larger Customers, Eating Out Is Still a Daunting Experience Advertisement Supported by Restaurants have been slow to recognize, much less meet, the needs of plus-size Americans. But there are signs of a new activism and awareness. ByKim Severson March 12, 2019 Rebecca Alexander’s worst experience dining while large happened just after she nailed a promotion at a nonprofit organization. She took her staff, and her new boss, to lunch at a promising downtown restaurant in Portland, Ore., where she lives. As the hostess led the group to a booth, Ms. Alexander, a 31-year-old who wears a size 30, knew in an instant there was no way she was going to squeeze into it. “I remember having this out-of-body experience,” she said. “I watched myself sit down and try to get in even though I knew … [Read more...] about For Larger Customers, Eating Out Is Still a Daunting Experience
By gqlshare | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: February 21, 2019 at 10:50 am | UPDATED: February 21, 2019 at 6:11 pm Click here if you’re having trouble viewing these videos on a mobile device. That sound you hear from Southern California in the coming days and weeks could be the deserts exploding in Technicolor. Desert-watchers say the Golden State is likely in for another ”super bloom” of wildflowers like the one we experienced in 2017. All the ingredients for the colorful cocktail are in place: Deserts parched by recent years of drought. An uncharacteristically rainy fall and winter season that have effectively put the kibosh on that drought. And a cold winter, like the one at that wildflower ground zero called Anza-Borrego, to further lock more moisture into the ground. The timing for super bloom is perfect, with annuals normally blooming in mid-March. These flowers leaves seeds each spring that lie dormant all winter. And then — just add … [Read more...] about It’s almost time for California’s super bloom!
A CAPTIVATING photo of two male lions – brothers – sharing a tender moment has won this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Lumix people’s choice award. The image was snapped by David Lloyd, a New Zealander based in London, who says the picture “illustrates the emotion and feeling of animals”. The lions greeted and rubbed faces for about 30 seconds before settling down in Ndutu, Serengeti, Tanzania. It’s unusual behaviour for lions to nuzzle for such a length of time, so Lloyd said he felt privileged to witness the special moment, and share it with others. The Kiwi attributes his success in wildlife photography to being very patient. According to his website, “possibly the best tip I can suggest is to stay with your subject for as long as possible”. Sir Michael Dixon, director of the Natural History Museum – which runs the popular competition – added: “Lions are individuals with complex social bonds, and … [Read more...] about Amazing photo of lion siblings’ tender greeting leads the pack in Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice award
There’s a video on YouTube where guys in a van prank people at a bus stop in Stockholm. The guys have replaced a poster in the shelter with a flat screen monitor. From inside the van, one snaps photos of people waiting for the bus. Another sits at a computer, manipulating the photos. The images appear on the monitor – stretched, altered, falling into a bottle or standing on a wedding cake. The people are surprised and delighted. The guys in the van, parked nearby, are pleased. It’s all in fun. So far, the video has been viewed almost 28 million times. The guy at the computer was Swedish photographer Erik Johansson. He makes the real look surreal. In his large-scale photographs, fish swim through the sky, towns perch precariously on tall hourglass-shaped rocks in the sea, and sound waves from an old gramophone resolve into a landscape of trees reflected in a lake. Clouds come from shearing sheep. Breezes carry poofs of fluffy wool up a wooden ramp and into the sky. You … [Read more...] about Erik Johansson photography show at ASI; ‘Antigone’ to open at Park Square