Archive for November, 2010


November 30, 2010

A sweet little gem from July. Ozzie brought Brandon and myself to this pool back in July, it was on my pre-op adventure. We were there less than a half hour, which is pushing it, when the self proclaimed home-owner and some friends showed up. They were pretty surprised and confused to see us there, Ozzie smoothed it over took one last run and that was the end. Gotta take what you want in the first fifteen minutes, because it could be your last. I was on the injured list and pretty content with what I got, I know this is one of the ones Brandon wishes he had more time at. We’ll have to wait it out, see what the future holds.

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Blue thread on CD

Blue on Blue Tile Obsession


San-O Slappies

November 29, 2010

DIY temp bath.

November 28, 2010

Behold, the $75 DIY heating immersion circulator! By scrapping together parts that are readily available on eBay and Amazon, I was able to build a self-contained device that heats and circulates water while maintaining a temperature accurate to .1 degree Celsius (yes, point one degrees!). And unlike the SousVide Supreme, my device can be mounted onto any container (up to a reasonable size, perhaps 15 gallons) allowing you more room to cook, if needed.


November 25, 2010

Double exposure Fail.

November 23, 2010

exposures were way off, and I didn’t get the reel loaded properly. K.I.L.s own Punk Rock Paul got the only salvageable frame.

Home Brew

November 22, 2010


A plethora of nonsense from the test rolls just processed.

Bonkers and emulsions

November 22, 2010

Finally managed to get a scanner. So, I started trying my hand at c-41 processing.  Went pretty smooth, ridiculously hard water leaves these wonderful spots. I think I’ll stick with them instead of remedying it. Here’s a shot from one of the two first test rolls, a piece my good friend Trevor Bonkers gave to me. Take a peek at his artwork while you’re at it.

Feed my Frankenstein

November 21, 2010

my freshly installed cadaver parts.

KB in a backyard and a cradle in Mammoth.

November 12, 2010