Archive for July, 2016
The future of photography is finally here and someone is shooting at it. According to Fstoppers, a photographer was flying a drone on July 4 in Colorado. He was just taking pictures of the beautiful Colorado sky and all of a sudden, his expensive flying camera was shot down.
Toby Harriman, an experienced drone camera pilot, was celebrating with friends and family on the 4th and decided to take his drone out for a spin to capture some shots of the fireworks. “I consider myself a pretty considerate and cautious drone pilot,” Harriman said. “I try to follow all the rules given for flying, as well as any that exist in a given area.”
Harriman operated a DJI Inspire 1 camera drone, which costs close to $6,000. He fle
The vintage minimalist necklace just makes you think of spring on the coast. The soft, neutral, peach color and the minimalist vibe also make it versatile enough to wear with a a starched white blouse and jeans or a cute linen dress out for dinner.
You are obsessed with the bold, baroque-style, gold-filigree 19502’s faux topaz clip on earrings. The perfectly match the shoes you have been anxious to wear with your latest little black dress.
Measuring 3.25 inches in outside diameter, the 1990’s vintage clear chunky lucite bangle bracelet with sparkles almost glows in the right lighting. Because you love almost anything plastic that you can wear on your wrist, you snatched this piece at the last estate sale of the weekend.
In a time when the closets of recent college graduates are filled to the