Sunday, 22 February 2015

More Random Stuff: February 22, 2015

I recently posted Villa La Gaeta, Lake Como, Italy (Feb 18/2015) and received a number of retweets from people in Italy. One of them followed me on Twitter and when I looked at his feed, I discovered the following image with the caption:

"Hacer el amor es un delicioso diálogo entre dos cuerpos."

which, according to Google translator, means "Making love is a delicious dialogue between two bodies." Sex sounds so much more erotic in a foreign language. Ooo la la. (FYI: Google translator has a little "speaker" icon and when you click on it, you get to hear a voice say the phrase out loud. The most mundane things sound so delicious in Italian. Ha, ha.)

Whoa! #Motorcycle #AnimatedGIF #WildRide #MotorcycleRide

#Breathing #Fire #BreathingFire

Ha, ha. I wish. ... Whew. I am now sitting here fanning myself. Pinterest: SexyStuff♥

"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." -Romeo and Juliet


my blog: Villa La Gaeta, Lake Como, Italy - Feb 18/2015
A beautiful vista, a classy locale, and an interesting bit of trivia for a movie fan. In 2006, the world was impressed by a reboot of the James Bond franchise when Daniel Craig took over as our favourite spy in the movie Casino Royale. ... I won't delve into the movie and its plot, but the final scene of the movie shows the mysterious Mr. White driving up to Villa La Gaeta on Lake Como, Italy. It is a fabulous residence with a spectacular view. Breath-taking. This has to be how the truly wealthy or the truly evil live.

my blog: Animated GIFs - Mar 19/2014

my blog: Cinemagraph: The Work of Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck - Mar 23/2014
Cinemagraphs are still photographs in which a minor and repeated movement occurs. Cinemagraphs, which are usually published in an animated GIF format, can give the illusion that the viewer is watching a video.

my blog: Seeing New York City Through the Eyes of Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck - Mar 24/2014

my blog: Animating Still Photos - Mar 27/2014
When I think of an animated GIF, I immediately think of a mini-video: either an extract from an actual video looping over and over, or something like a cartoon where several frames are presented one after another to give the illusion of movement. Recently, I discovered that people had found the means to add movement to a still photograph with stunning results.

my blog: More Animation - Dec 11/2014


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