"Spike with the 56mm," a photo shared in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool by Benjamin G. Levy. "Spike obliges me while I test out the 56mm lens on the Fuji." Share your photos with us, if you'd like to maybe see 'em on the blog.
Matt Hawkins contributed his lovely papercraft Disney characters to the Boing Boing Flickr pool. His description: "Paper sculptures made of painted watercolor paper. I created Goofy and Elliott one facet at a time from the top down from watercolor paintings with only a 2-D sketch for a guide. My hope is that this improvisational technique would help capture the spirit of these characters, bringing them to life in a flowing organic way that defies the sharp corners and geometric forms from which they're built. Available at the Wonderground Gallery in Downtown Disney."
A mystical image of mysterious origin shared in the BB Flickr Pool by John S. Banks (web), "Sky Reflect Discovery Field."
He explains, "Uncovered a new scene of this object that was discovered in the late 90s in a field in Southern Ohio or possibly Nebraska, the attribution on the coordinates was obscured."
Banks was the artist behind a number of trippy, beautiful ambient video projects like "Nature's Journey," in which he teamed up with one with one of my favorite ambient electronic musicians, Michael Stearns.
Dog of The Day, a photo shared by reader Benjamin G. Levy in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool. "Chops is the tiniest puppy," he says correctly.
"Apollo Television Camera," a photo shared in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool by reader Jeff Stvan.
An Apollo Command Module television camera on display in the Apollo Treasures Gallery at the Apollo/Saturn V Center at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Cape Canaveral, FL
Boing Boing reader Benjamin G. Levy shot and shared this photograph in the Boing Boing Flickr pool, where you can also share your images.
"This Bulldog in Amoeba Records showed very little interest in the Jazz section," says Benjamin. Awesome shot, man!
In the Boing Boing Flickr Pool the fractal-obsessed Fdecomite posts the latest iteration in a series of experiments with tessellated, Escher cookie-cutters. Bake-time expansion creates irregularities that lead to a chewy (literally) series of interlock-imperfections, which give old MC's classic a bio-organic air that rather invigorates it.
You can 3D print interlocking lizard cutters with a free model from Thingiverse. Fdecomite, if you're reading this, please post in the comments with a link to the cookie cutters you used here!
Update: From the comments, Fdecomite writes, "Hi, those are cookie cutters I made from aluminium foil.I also made some 3D printed Escher cookie cutters you can find in my Shapeways shop.
Escher Cookie Cutters - The Sequel
"Grand Canyon," a photo shared by reader Clovis Ravion in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool. Photographers, share your photos with us here if you'd like to submit them for consideration on Boing Boing!
"The prettiest girl in China Town," a photo shared by reader Asgeir in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool. What I love most about this shot is the expression on the child's face, gazing up at the painted performer. Share your photos with us here if you'd like to submit them for consideration on Boing Boing!
Boing Boing reader Xavier J. Peg shares this wonderful photo he shot with us in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool. Xavier says, "Merle suspected something was wrong with Mathilda's fancy Fredrick's of Hollywood Drawstring Girdle..." Share your photos with us here if you'd like to share them with the Boing Boing community!
Boing Boing reader Domenic Bahmann shot and shared this photo, "Kangaroo," in our Boing Boing Flickr Pool.
"Eucalyptus tree leaves are like brush strokes," he says.
If you would like to submit your images for consideration on Boing Boing, share them in the pool!
Boing Boing reader RedandJonny shot and shared this photo, "An AT-AT mother feeding her young," in our Boing Boing Flickr Pool. If you would like to submit your images for consideration on Boing Boing, share them in the pool!
"Koi," a photo shared in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool by reader and photographer Jason Brown. "Big big goldfish at the National Aquarium," Jason explains.