Incredible Time-Lapse Captures Up Close & Personal View of a Supercell Forming

Incredible Time-Lapse Captures Up Close & Personal View of a Supercell Forming

via Incredible Time-Lapse Captures Up Close & Personal View of a Supercell Forming.

“…If there was ever a time to use the term jaw-dropping, this might very well be it. Because while we’ve seen some amazing footage and even more amazing pictures of supercells and other spectacular weather phenomena, this (GoPro?) time-lapse by the storm chasers at Bashunters Chasing is really something to behold.

At two minutes long, it won’t take you very long at all to sit down, click the fullscreen button and get a serious dose of respect for the power of nature….”


BBC – Future – #Technology – “Reach #inside your #computer”

BBC – Future – Technology – Reach inside your computer.

“See-through screens that allow us to reach in, touch and interact? Jinha Lee believes his 3D devices will make our digital worlds feel more real.” #BBC- #Future #Technology Reach inside your #computer  @bbcworld

Back Bay Yearning #YZF #NWT | Flickr – Photo Sharing!

Back Bay Yearning ©2013 George Lessard

Back Bay Yearning, Great Slave Lake’s Back Bay, Yellowknife NWT
©2013 George Lessard

Back Bay Yearning #YZF #NWT | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.


Max Ward’s DHC-3T Landing in Yellowknife | Flickr – Photo Sharing!

Max Ward’s DHC-3T Landing in YellowknifeTime lapse of Max Ward’s turbo Otter landing on Yellowknife’s Back Bay. Back in the 1950’s, Max Ward founded Wardair in Yellowknife flying DHC-3 otters, then acquired DHC-6 Twin Otters and eventually moved on to Boeing 707’s and 727’s. Wardair was sold to Canadian Airlines in 1989.For this image, 11 photos were combined in PTGui. There some seam lines and color variations in the final product – mental note, always have a tripod and shoot in manual exposure.Nikon D700

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▶ Audioboo / Episode #02: Foley Follies

You might not know what Foley is, but you know what it sounds like. Craig and George take on assignment from a former sound designer and Foley artist, Scotty Iseri, and give you a glimpse into what it takes to be a Foley artist.

Music featured by Language of Kings. “Uprooting the Flora” from Bent, “Riley Ann Helms” from Heavy Hands and “Cry It Out, Hun” from Heavy Hands.

via ▶ Audioboo / Episode #02: Foley Follies.


COLLECTIVE9 “Dead North” 48hr short horror film competition

Jay Bulckaert [collective9] has requested distribution of the following announcement (poster attached):
Film Competition open to anyone North of 60°
(867) 444 8382


2012 Call For Submissions SONIC GEOGRAPHY: exploring Space & Sound

2012 Call For Submissions SONIC GEOGRAPHY: exploring Space & Sound
Deadline November 15, 2012
Categories: Transmission Art/Radio Art, Electroacoustic Music/Sound Art, Interactive Installation Art, Locative Media Art

Go to for full information and on-line application

New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) invites artists of all ages and nationalities to submit works on the theme SONIC GEOGRAPHY: exploring Space & Sound for consideration in New Adventures in Sound Art’s 2013 programming in Toronto, Canada.
The NAISA Space is located in a 100 year old building originally constructed as a repair barns for the city’s streetcar trollies. The sound of these trollies over the past 100 years has become a signature of the Toronto soundscape. In recognizing this important local milestone NAISA is asking artists to consider sounds that speak of place and that help identify communities.
Preference in programming will be given to works that respond in some way to the theme of SONIC GEOGRAPHY: exploring Space & Sound. Individual interpretations or variations on the theme are encouraged, but should be realized with sound as the primary component. NAISA would also like to encourage artists to submit works for performance, gallery exhibit, screening, webcast or audio stream, radio broadcast, network or translocal performance, mobile experiences and any other emerging formats that include sound as a primary element. Please complete in full the online submission form and upload your audio by midnight on November 15, 2012. Note: there is a $5 submission fee in order to defray the cost of processing the submissions. All works chosen for presentation will receive an artist fee.


Looks like a great book for Christmas!



“In just 80 years, Yellowknife’s Old Town has undergone huge changes. What started as the centre of a 1930s gold-mining frontier town has become the relaxed, though often-controversial, historic neighbourhood of today’s modern capital city of the Northwest Territories. Despite the changes, Old Town has maintained a lot of its original character.

Author and photographer Fran Hurcomb moved to Old Town in 1975. In this book, she traces its evolution using more than 200 photos, most of them her own. Images of dog teams, shacks, Old Timers, float planes, houseboats and assorted characters illustrate a text covering everything from Old Town’s ongoing battles with City Hall, to how to build a houseboat, to the history of intriguing neighbourhoods such as the Woodyard and Jolliffe Island. This sometimes personal account looks at how Old Town itself has changed, as well as how this vibrant community has changed lives.”

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Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry 2012 – YouTube

Uploaded by Googlemovietrailers on Jun 26, 2012The film examines this complex intersection of artistic practice and social activism as seen through the life and art of China’s preeminent contemporary artist. From 2008 to 2010, Beijing-based journalist and filmmaker Alison Klayman gained unprecedented access to Ai Weiwei. Klayman documented Ai’s artistic process in preparation for major museum exhibitions, his intimate exchanges with family members and his increasingly public clashes with the Chinese government. Klayman’s detailed portrait of the artist provides a nuanced exploration of contemporary China and one of its most compelling public figures.

via Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry 2012 – YouTube.

Ai Weiwei doc offers glimpse into life of activism |

A documentary offering a glimpse into the life of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei conveying a creative, brave yet humble man in the years leading up to his 81-day detention last year is playing at the TIFF Lightbox.Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry features interviews with one of China’s most famous activists and those who surround him, including footage showing surprising tears from his mother worried about his safety, the artist playing with his young son and highlights from his projects such as the lax response to the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.

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