Urban Alchemy

by bronxelf

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These are random moments in the life of an indecent designer and the city she loves.

To read my grudging babblings about design, click the button.



And can we really measure
If we think we're any better
than that skyline that goes on and on
forever, on and on...."

- Less Than Jake: Is This Thing On?

Everybody in this world wants the same damned thing-
just not at the same time.


-Chris Orbach: Jane


I could be condemned to hell for every sin but littering."

- Soul Coughing: Idiot Kings



I am a female, carbon based lifeform.
I am a New York City Native.
I am a Design Professional.
I take photographs.
I also sculpt, paint, create mosaics, and play with weapons.

And sometimes, I even dance about Architecture.

What I see, is what you get.

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As seen through my bathroom window, about 5 minutes ago.
16th Jan 2006, 01:12   | tags:

ookiine says:

Nice shot! Was that from your mobile?

16th Jan 2006, 01:15

bronxelf says:

Hell no.

The camera in the treo is *crap*.

This came from a Nikon D70 with a long lens.

16th Jan 2006, 01:16

ookiine says:

I figured..

16th Jan 2006, 01:18

bronxelf says:

Sunni- Thanks. Testament to the wonders of a good Nikon. more than anything else. Basically, the moon pretty much just sat there and posed.

16th Jan 2006, 01:20

beth says:

wow. just wow

16th Jan 2006, 01:22

beth says:

but where is the man in the moon?

16th Jan 2006, 01:22

bronxelf says:

You can't see him? He's wearing big dark sunglasses.

16th Jan 2006, 01:24

anonymous says:

ahh i see him .. but he looks different to my man in the moon.

we need to catch up soon x

16th Jan 2006, 01:43

beth says:

that was me.. sorry

16th Jan 2006, 01:44

bronxelf says:

Figured. :)

16th Jan 2006, 01:59

autumncat says:

Ahh, very nice! What lens were you using?

16th Jan 2006, 03:35

Geodyne says:

Different to my man in the moon as well. but he's so gorgeous.Great shot.

I've drunk too much tonight but I'll get in touch with you re: proxies tomorrow.

16th Jan 2006, 03:54

chowyunsmut says:

Funny, because as Rocket and I were heading out this evening, I noticed Mama Moon hangin' out there all big and pretty. When she was low in the sky here, she was a gorgeous shade of yellow. Were this two days ago, I'd have gotten sentimental and cried that we noticed the same thing on the same night a whole continent away. Tonight, however, I just say, "That's pretty fucking cool."

16th Jan 2006, 05:43

goode says:

i like this!

16th Jan 2006, 05:44

Dhamaka says:

belated great shot

16th Jan 2006, 06:56

bronxelf says:

Not very belated. The shot has only been there a few hours.

16th Jan 2006, 07:12

spoon_lamp says:

Then belated Great Shot!

16th Jan 2006, 07:46

daz says:

*stares*

*starts howling*


Great shot! :)

16th Jan 2006, 07:46

bronxelf says:

Thanks guys-- really just a good camera.

Autumncat-- a nikon 70-300.

16th Jan 2006, 07:49

alfie says:

wow, Buffy anyone? Once more with feeling?

16th Jan 2006, 10:28

bronxelf says:

Funny, as I've never watched buffy. :)

Your scarf, btw is becoming a blanket. cope.

16th Jan 2006, 10:28

alfie says:

I saw below, but didnt want to say anything. I *know* how fast and well you knit, so Im just hoping it's not all becoming too daunting :)

16th Jan 2006, 10:32

Euphro says:

Great shot! I love shooting the moon, even with only a Canon S50. I particularly like the bumpy shadows along the terminator where the sun is shining through crater walls :)

16th Jan 2006, 10:32

bronxelf says:

Alfie-- No not daunting, just *REALLY* long. Would be almost ludicrous as a scarf, even for you. So I think perhaps a blanket would be better. :)

I'm also working on an actual scarf (not binary) for kiku, so Ive been switching on and off.


Euprho: This wasn't QUITE full. I'm thinking 99 or 98% of total visibility. I didn't check to see the time of the moon turning over, though usually I know that fairly precisely.

16th Jan 2006, 10:35

bronxelf says:

Thanks much. The moon makes a lovely model.

16th Jan 2006, 10:58

Euphro says:

Yes, you can see by the partial shadow over the Mare Crisium (nice, self-contained basin at top) that it's just off full :)

16th Jan 2006, 11:18

bronxelf says:

Ah, I'd just missed it:

January 14th
Full Wolf Moon
4:48 am (EST)

16th Jan 2006, 11:23

Puddikat says:

That's lovely.

16th Jan 2006, 20:33

seaneeboy says:

*ARooooooooooooooooooo*

17th Jan 2006, 11:30

Viv says:

wonderful shot B'elf

And Euphro I just saw fuzzy edges and vaguely wondered why! Questions only half thought are answered!

18th Jan 2006, 10:53

Spike says:

ace picture miss elf, really like the detail and the imperfect circle of the moon, go nikon!

18th Jan 2006, 11:14

crickson says:

Eeek - only just noticed this one, but anyway, brilliant shot!

20th Jan 2006, 13:40

melissaamy says:

oh so clear and pretty....
really ace shot.

20th Jan 2006, 16:53

JokerXL says:

The-man-in-the- moon is (obviously) hiding behind all that cheese!

21st Jan 2006, 23:27