By increasing the size and frequency of the pictures taken I was able to spot things I would’ve normally missed. #webcam #telepresence #computerart #sunset #marthasvineyard #plane #airline #flight #gayhead #clouds #sky #ocean #lighthouse #video #timelapse #menemsha @beetlebungfarm (at Menemsha Harbor)
Had 4 days off, and for all my big ideas, plans, and abandoned projects, I decided to mess around in photoshop a bit like my good ol’ days in Oyster Bay High School.
What’s life like on Martha’s Vineyard?
I’ll have a more substantial update soon regarding my personal and professional development, but there’s a great article by NY Times that scratches the surface, and represents the Island pretty well. Stay tuned for my update.
"…local culture is particularly storied: farmers, cheesemakers, coffee roasters and fishermen who have established an ad hoc New England utopia. They know one another intimately, date one another occasionally, work the land, rarely go to the beach and keep to the area known as Up-Island."
"…It’s where resorts give way to pastures and farmland and wildlife. It’s where you find centuries-old farms run by 28-year-olds, as well as lithe women, whom you might mistake for models or actresses in New York or Los Angeles, picking kale on bucolic 10-acre plots. It’s a bohemia that’s both real and not: on one hand, there are dairy farms and free-roaming turkeys and people who barter vegetables; on the other, Bill Clinton plays golf nearby and Seth Meyers just had his wedding here."