Beautiful Cities of the World Collection
Continuing the theme, here is another image from the special animated creations for the recent drop on OpenSea.
If you’re a Passport Member then you’ll see a fun sneak peek of an upcoming drop over there. I have a new strategy that will either be awesome or crash and burn. We’ll see! 🙂
Here’s a sneak preview of the drop and a little bit about the pricing strategy. I don’t really know if it will work or not. I have very low expectations… so I guess we will see!
Who knew that Toronto had this medieval style castle? Well, I guess if you live in Toronto you know it… being a castlephile, I did a little research ahead of time and decided to come out here at night when all the lights come on. While there, I also discovered they host castle dinners on some nights… had I done more research, I definitely would have partaken in that medieval feast!
Here’s another one of the thousands of photos I got in Toronto. It’s such a cool skyline and pretty much every sunset was epic. See that sky tower thing? I forgot what it was called. Maybe Sky Tower. Anyway, my first time here I did a walk around the outside… that was pretty trippy but totally fun!
One of the best views of Toronto is from a place called Central Island where you can grab a little ferry for cheap. This particular day was actually pretty rough because most of the island was flooded, meaning we spent most of the shoot ankle deep in water and mud.
Join us as Harriett and I call up random people around the world and see how they are handling their COVID-19 lockdown. Today, we talk to Dave Maxwell in New Zealand and Ferdara Mark Broussard-Hubbard in Louisiana. One of these two dudes is gay, and so is the other one. You’ll notice I call Mark “Mark” during the show because I’ve always found his name confusing. The dramatic end of the show has an amazing finale where we talk about Tiger King and then Harriett busts out her Lion Queen mane. Creepy dudes that are into cam girls with hair rollers will be really excited about that.
I guess the word Notre-Dame is sort of in the public domain since apparently anyone can name their cathedral after it. It just means “Your Mother,” which is kind of a strange thing to name something anyway. I mean, it’s quite bold to say that this building is your mother when it’s clearly not. I mean, I get the idea… Catholics like to replace your actual mother with the Virgin Mary, which also doesn’t make any sense, and not only because she’s a virgin. The whole thing is just weird when you think about it.
There are now 20 episodes kicking about on your favourite podcasting platforms. You’ll find all sorts on there from cryptocurrency to photography, from tips on hiking in Japan to expert advice on startups… from fossil hunting to interior design. Yes. Interior design.
Of course, these were all recorded in 360 so you can also watch them on YouTube and spin the camera all around to your heart’s content. Here is the full playlist.
We took a boat over to Center Island (not the best name, Toronto) to get a view of the city at sunset. The island has had a lot of flooding lately, and getting over to the prime photo spots required getting ankle-deep in mud and muck. Toronto has the Adirondack chairs all over the place. I guess it’s one of the “things” about that city. Anyway, a lot of them were stuck out in the flooding zone. This island is also popular for Asian wedding photos (we saw about a dozen couples out there). This groom-to-be was getting in position for one of their photos…
I wonder. Do they hire interior decorators to design cathedrals? I mean, I guess they must, right? They don’t get a bunch of priests and nuns to sketch out something in MSPaint. But then, I was trying to imagine, if I was a guy that was building a cathedral, who exactly would I contact to design a backdrop like this? Just not sure… these are the things I think about.