I've previously posted some of the artful stop-action photo videos made by the good people at PES. Examples are here, here, and here. This time, they apply their art to the task of making hand-grenade guacamole:
Isaac wanted to propose to his girlfriend, so he enlisted over 60 friends to stage a Busby Berkeley street-show lip-dub extravaganza ambush. What follows is five minutes of heart-stoppingly sweet and romantic wedding proposal. I mean: Z. O. M. F.G.
On Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012, I told my girlfriend to meet me at my parent's house for dinner. When she arrived I had stationed my brother to sit her in the back of an open Honda CRV and give her some headphones. He "wanted to play her a song"...
What she got instead was the world's first Live Lip-Dub Proposal.
This photograph by Luke Parsons shows the Travertine Waterfall on the Hanging Creek Trail outside Glenwood Springs, Colorado. On his terrific website, Parsons says of this photo: "Last summer while hiking up to Hanging Lake (along I-70 in Colorado), an overcast morning made for perfect photographs of flowing water. I stopped to take this long-exposure photo of the water and mossy travertine rocks in Dead Horse Creek." See his other great photos at his website.
Also, for you fans of Karin Rosenthal's fabulous photography, take note that you can see some of her abstract figure studies on display in the private room at the Panopticon Gallery in Kenmore Square (Boston) from June 9 to July 12.