Jim and I plan to come to Dresden again. Let’s hope there won’t be another volcano issue stopping us from flying.
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Climate in France is too hot and dry in the summer – at least for my liking. Eventually after a few days I got adjusted to the current temperatures so we decided to do a discovery walking tour through Aix. We started with a very unpleasant experience in a pub but from there it was getting better and better. There are loads of lovely little alleyways with small shops. All through the city center there are sculptures by Igor Mitoraj (more about the exhibition here [french]).
I took some random shots of the street views.
I have played a bit with my iPhone photo app ShakeIt Photo. As there isn’t any desirable Polaroid camera available (yet) Jimmy recommended this app which actually does what I desire.
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Jimmy just send me a link to ShapeCollage. It’s a free collage creator for Mac, Windows and Linux. I just played a few minutes with it and created a collage of our Tokyo pictures :) I kinda like it, just the watermark isn’t nice. I consider getting the pro version as it is 25 bucks only.
Update: I added a link to the picture on flickr.
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So, the Tang has an intervalometer now. And a DSLR. And he likes cooking. He just published his first timelapse video about cooking a chicken. I WISH I WERE HOME. I would play with the cam, I would eat the chicken and maybe distract the Tang. Have a look at “Jimmy cooking”
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