Dance-powered human pile driver, via TYWKIWDBI
Check that out. Four prosthetic legs on one pup. And he still likes doing balancing act tricks!
Naki’o is a mixed-breed dog with four prosthetic leg devices. Naki’o lost all four feet to frostbite when he was abandoned as a puppy in a foreclosed home. He now lives in Colorado Springs, happily.
They opened for a band called Purity Ring.
That’s one of my shots above. Watch for more at LiC.
Blue Hawaii were great! They brought energy. The vocals were strong, and the beats hit hard. When they took the stage, the singer, Raphaelle Standell-Preston, said she recently hurt her back and wouldn’t be able to dance as much, but if we — the collective audience — didn’t mind, dance for her.
Her back didn’t stop her completely. I loved watching her perform and work with whatever gadget she was using to manipulate her voice.
I’d definitely go see this band if I were you.
Here’s a song to whet your whistle.
Kenneth Volpe and Profoto D1 got a bug in their bonnets about on-location Speedlites vs Studio LightsMay 4, 2013
I have to admit. This video made me laugh a little.
Having a photographer force a message of using studio lights over speedlites is funnier when delivered by someone who isn’t an actor.
The video is a great production, and the photos are wonderful. But the message is so forced that I felt a little assaulted on this one.
Although, the message of knowing architecture and interior design affects how well I light a person in a space impressed me … a lot.
From Nothing to do with Arbroath:
Saudi Arabia’s oldest man died at the age of 120 years, leaving behind 447 children, grand children and great grand children, including his 98-year-old eldest son.
I have no children, therefore no progeny. This dude needs to share.
Check out 17 things you probably don’t know about Wizard of Oz at Buzzfeed.