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2011 Naias – Detroit Auto Show

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For the past 13 years, my father and I have been going to the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan.  The Motor City’s car show is one of the world’s largest and most lucrative.  Recently the show has seemed a bit sparse; no doubt a sign of the economic times.  However, this year is one of the first in recent memory where you don’t get that vibe.  Gone are the days of the flashy concepts that could never exsist in real life.  Now automakers focus on showing off their range, and in style!

A common theme of each exhibit is a flagship sports or “green” car, and the full range surrounding it; from suv to sub-compact.  People want to see what they can actually own, and I like it that way. An added bonus is usually a throwback model from previous years, like the Lincoln Continental from HBO’s Entourage.

Click play below to see the rest of the Show.

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das auto eleven, posted with vodpod

Also take a look at last years 2010 Auto Show by clicking here.

2009 NAIAS video

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Took this with my iphone, but don’t tell them that. Somewhere around 20 pictures put together with the app AutoStitch. Click on the picture to see the feature or go to homepage during the month of December.

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Update: This will also be featured in the April issue of UC Magazine.

November Skyline

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Went out last night to see the Leonid meteor shower that happens every November. Since I had stayed up till 430am, and it was overcast, I decided not to let it go to waste.  This is definitely my favorite lookout of the Queen City. Click on the picture to view full size.


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Before software like photoshop, creating panoramas used to be quite the task. Now with apps like Autostitch, they can easily and impressively be created right on an iPhone.  Most of these are 30+ pictures from an iPhone 3GS, combined into one Panorama. This technique worked quite well while traveling through Europe this past summer. Rollover for the captions.

And my personal favorite…ibiza

Click here to see the rest of the HI-RES slideshow on Flickr.

Ibiza, ES

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After spending a little more than two months in Munich, a few friends and I decided that it would be a good idea to get some sun in the Mediterranean Sea.  We had heard of an island of the coast of Spain, called Ibiza.  The island is known for it’s non-stop year round club scene and long summer months. Even though we only spent two days there, we all agreed that it was definitely the highlight of Europe. What an exotic place.

It’s rather difficult to get a camera into a club these days.  We saw Tiesto at a club called Privilege in the central part of the island. Privilege is the largest nightclub in the world, welcoming 10,000 guests at a time. This was one of the only pictures I got of the whole night.

Click here to see the rest of the slideshow on Flickr.

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September 10, 2010 at 10:46 AM


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Waking up at six in the morning, traveling for 3 hours, and hiking all day may not at first seem like the most fun in the world.  But believe me when I tell you, it was one of the most incredible experiences one can have.  The shear size of the Alps is incomprehensible.  You look across a valley to the next mountain and it looks so close, when in reality it would take hours to reach the top.  If you ever get the chance to go, I definitely recommend it.

The Zugspitze is the highest point in Germany. At an elevation of nearly 9,500ft, it lies just before the border to Austria. I can’t imagine what this place would be like in Winter.

Check out the rest of the album on Flickr below.

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Zugspitze Alps, posted with vodpod

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August 23, 2010 at 4:10 AM

Ribback Wedding: Herrsching am Ammersee

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Along with RJ Hoendorf, another intern at Norcom, I was invited to film the Ribback Wedding this past Saturday.  It took place about an hour south of Munich at a place called Herrsching am Ammersee.  It was quite an amazing ceremony, with plenty of interesting people attending. It was very intriguing to see the differences between an American wedding and a German wedding, as surprisingly there are quite a few. Below are a few photos from Saturday.

Below is the rest of the set on Flickr.

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Ribback Wedding, posted with vodpod

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August 17, 2010 at 7:00 AM