Fire in motion. Sparklers to celebrate the 8th anniversary of the Thrilling Adventure Hour. The still images are lovely, but I decided to make gifs because they are so amusing. March 2013.
Owens Dry Lakebed, Inyo County, California. Found our way onto the slightly raised service roads that traverse one of the biggest environmental disasters in the nation. The story of how Los Angeles diverted the water from the Owens Valley for use in our costal city was a sad and interesting one, explained to us by our Death Valley expert Mr. Adam Steltzner. March 2013.
Erueka Dunes. Sunset. March 2013.
Saline Valley Hot Springs. Five geothermally heated pools of groundwater maintained by visitors to this extremely remote location. These images were taken during our Death Valley road trip, March 2013.
The science of salt as seen at the California Salt Flats and the remains of the Saline to Owens Valley Tramway. The history of the harvesting and transportation of the salt was told to me by my friend and unofficial tour guide Mr. Adam Steltzner. These images were shot during our 6 person road trip through Death Valley. March 2013.
Found this earlier in the month, an amazing visual created by Cary and Michael Huange.
My good friend and creative partner Genevieve Jones just finished this amazing video about the ocean and why some people think it’s scary. Stay tuned for our collaboration animation series, Slightly Scientific.
Sneak peak into a Slightly Scientific story. March 2013.
1. Probably Science, a podcast with “three professional comedians and incompetent scientists” discuss the findings of the week. Ep info: Guests Glenn Wool and Lady Carol join Auggie Smith, Matt Kirshen and Andy Wood to discuss Mike Tyson’s one-man show, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins and his 75 offspring, whale mouth penises, HIV-curing bee venom and incompetent people who are unaware of their own incompetence.