I have a gong from Tibet. I don't know what to do with it so I just hit it when I feed my dog and say "May the odds be ever in your favor!"
Edit: Because he is too cute The Dog
I'm a bit of a dork and realised that the way I titled it sounded like the ISS has these dope cameras now. It doesn't. One of the astronauts does.
> "One of the Expedition 39 crew members aboard the International Space Station on March 29 used a 14mm lens on a digital still camera to photograph this pre-winter storm located just off the coast of southwestern Australia. A solar array panel on the orbital outpost is in the left side of the frame."
^Source: ^NASA ^Goddard ^Space ^Flight ^Center ^29 ^March ^2014 ^image ^ISS039-E-005762 ^| ^Flickr ^Source
OP's picture is revision 1 of the safety card from January 2007. Revision 2 was in April 2009, and looked totally different. I don't have a pic for revision 3, but revision 4 was issued in April 2009 and looked different still.
Malaysia only operates the ER variant of the 777-200, so I suppose they don't feel the need to put the suffix on the end, even though it would be more correct.
>Eruption of the Cordon Caulle, Chile. This was taken from Antillanca mountain. However despite the distance, the sound was awesome and was the most incredible experiences of my life with my uncle, who accompanied me that night.
© Rival Gustavo
From National Geographic, but if you want to bypass the registration, you can view all the pictures here.
Photo collage made by
Bob Henry in 2006.
> - Pics Taken - 83.
> - Time To Shoot - 70 mins.
> - Created Using - Adobe Photoshop CS2.
> - Pics Used To Create - 27
> - Time To Edit/Create - 2hrs
> - Total Clone Badgers - 23
nothing mysterious here - just is operated by
Engineers & Planners Company Limited
here it is at home in Ghana: https://www.flickr.com/photos/15110856@N02/12857247375/
the Utah bank is the registered owner (trustee to keep US status)
it is common for many non US companies to keep the aircraft registered on the N# (US reg.)
there are many non US folks flying US registered aircraft all around the world
these guys are probably just popping in for consulting or construction job
Looks like someone made this "cool chefs hat" image from a picture I took at a recent DragonCon. I'm kind of shocked and stoked to see one of my images made it to the front page. Only wish I had posted it...
Ok, my family has owned subways for, like, 25 years. I think I can clear this up. Wikipedia is correct. It did originally stand for Brooklyn Manhattan Transit. Then, for a marketing campaign, (sometime late nineties early 2000s?) it was changed. I remember when this happened because I worked there at the time. (And I remember getting the speech: "we will now tell customers it stands for bigger, meatier, tastier..."). I tried to find a picture of the original subway wallpaper--the one with the antique looking NY Transit map--the wallpaper even figured the B.M.T. line prominently. I can assure you nobody thought it stood for bigger, meatier, tastier back in, say, 1995.
It was the wallpaper that predated even this: https://www.flickr.com/photos/keveh/5402952379/
Hey this is my drawing! You can see more of my artwork here. This wasn't actually meant to be ser pounce, it's supposed to be my cat, Shoelace. Glad to see that you guys like the drawing though!
Somewhat similar to this situation, a week before my dad died unexpectedly, we facetimed and I caught this screenshot of him showing me his lifetime achievement award that he just received. He was so proud of it, and I'm so glad he received it before he died. https://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/8563022207/
> June 14, 2013
> The President called me over to pose for a photo with a young boy who had fallen asleep during the Father's Day ice cream social in the State Dining Room of the White House.
Hayden Planetarium in the New York Museum of Natural History has a massive one containing hundreds of tiny shrimp it's about a decade and a half old.
<strong>I've found more in a photo set Here</strong> The comments seem to suggest that the person who lived there died, then the cattle starved to death. Very sad.
The word 'selfie' was first used on september 13th 2002 on an Australian forum, where someone apologised for uploading an unclear image by saying: "And sorry about the focus, it was a selfie."
In 2004 'selfie' spreaded to Flickr and since 2012 people have been actively using the word selfie to describe when a person takes a picture of themselves where the camera is clearly visible, this means that this is not a selfie.
People sometimes put a y at the end of selfie, but now the selfie with ie at the end is the more accepted form of writing it however selfy is not wrong.
People uploaded their selfies to social media platforms and this made the word more popular and it is now a trend.
I hope this answers your question, /u/Finstyle.
Compare these two images:
One of them is fake.
Edit: Her name is Cyrstin Garcia. Other (clothed) pictures of her are here:
You know those uniform mock-ups you see that make you say 'that's kinda cool but it looks a bit tacky/like an Arena team'?
That's the sort of thing I want.
Fuck tradition, I want slick, bright, futuristic unis for every team.
Some of these are good. I especially like the Cardinals and Bills ones.
Here's some images of Riley:
Edit: I don't know who to reply to, but thank you all.
It appears to be a bridge across the Katun River, at Tyungur in the Altai Republic, Russia.
I'm a stickler for trying to get colors right.. it can be a struggle sometime. The colors around sunrise are often subtle, but beautiful. What I really love, though, is the interaction of light & shadow on snow as the sun rises in the sky on a clear day. Even if it's cloudy, though, it can still be fun.
The photographer is Maskin Gustarev. Here is the source.
More of his work can be found at - https://www.flickr.com/photos/goustarev/.
It was Ed Yourdon (https://www.flickr.com/people/72098626@N00) who originally took the picture.
The wikipedia flickr upload bot choose the picture for wikipedia
Wikipedia user Ytoyoda then cropped the picture in 2010 and it has been this way ever since.
Here is the history of the picture
If memory serves me right, this itty-bitty PlayStation comes from Japanese capsule toy machines.
They have the whole history of Japanese video game consoles, from the early days of Nintendo Famicom, to even a tiny Nintendo DS (with size appropriate cartridges).
By the way, here is the source Flickr for that image (and many more tiny things).
I know that feel. Here's the difference in my portrait game from the beginning of 2013-2014: https://www.flickr.com/photos/90829666@N08/8573114413/ vs. https://www.flickr.com/photos/90829666@N08/13648179775/ and https://www.flickr.com/photos/90829666@N08/12680849893/
I took a stab at this 5 years ago. The author of the photo told how he did it.
His Flickr for proof.
>There's a big difference in parading down the street in a pink tutu wearing a rainbow shirt as a man
I don't know, this seems pretty wholesome to me.
A lot of popular JP screenshot artists make insane use of this minion, even during daytime. Coupled with the "look at camera" feature, you can make some pretty wonderful pieces of art!
A few of my favorites include Ayura (http://ayuchoco.com/) and Asuko (https://www.flickr.com/photos/108300308@N06/), check them out!
Nemi ships Wikipedia entry.
I wouldn't worry about it. They have a thing called a honey sac meant to be used to store nectar temporarily. There use of it has little in common with the way people vomit.
For example, your friends probably wouldn't ever want you to vomit directly into their mouth.
I started at 13. That was in 1968. My mom had never talked about it but even back then they showed us films in school and gave us out little booklets put out by the Kotex company. In those days they didn't have self-sticking pads--you used a belt to hold the pads on. The little booklet did a good job of explaining everything in a positive way and made is seem quite exciting and grown-up.
Check out my Flickr album for additional pictures. This is the second build for my city named "Edervisk." An album for the first build can be found here. Enjoy!
Canon EOS 60D, Canon EF 50mm f/1.8, ISO 100 - f/3.5 - 1/125 sec
Natural light, tripod, remote shutter and a fan, post-processed in Photoshop CS6. Coloured version here, I'm not entirely sure which one I prefer myself.
Apparently taken from a French commercial postcard. via drakegoodman flickr - cc/non com/attribution
Edit: dates for this image vary elsewhere from ca.1917-1919
Photograph by Eric Lafforgue from the Omo Valley series.
OP please find the OS for future submissions - if you are unable find the OS at least credit the photographer
For Netrunner, I really recommend a double playmat using an image like this if you're just playing kitchen table and not in any tournaments. Having room for both players really helps new people to learn.
I'm a native and an optimist.
I've lived all over the country, and in places like northern Idaho in winter and South Carolina in spring, days would go by without a break in thick cloud cover. It struck me as weird, but I didn't know why until I moved back to Portland.
I started to notice on my commute (I ride a motorcycle, which makes sky gazing a little easier) that no matter how rainy or dreary, there were always breaks in the clouds. So I started looking for them every day starting in about 2007 or so. It was something of a "personal project,;" just me being an optimist, really (always looking for blue sky is pretty cliché, I know). I started the photo series after I went back to school at Portland State, and was inspired by my professor's "one-a-day" project that she had started when she was a student.
Originally, I was just keeping the images to myself. But lately, I've been using them for my own one-a-day project that you can see here.
The Boston Public Library's Print Department is home to more than 350 vintage travel posters, most dating from the 1920s-1940s, the “Golden Age of Travel.”
I was on the tram in Helsinki when <em>this guy</em> came up to me, could clearly tell I was a visitor, welcomed me to Finland and then apologized to me for all the "black people". I was speechless, but rather than confront him I just asked if I could take his photo, which he was pleased to oblige, and then got off the tram. I mean, thanks for the hospitality I guess, but WTF w/the unsolicited racist propaganda?
I took part in a "dig in" just yesterday where a group of us volunteers went to a house and took their front yard where there was a bunch of regular lawn, dug it all up, took the pretty grubby, hard, caked dirt they had out, manually took out all the rocks, glass, and other unwanted debris from the rest of the dirt, re-plotted the front yard, then put fertilizer over it and planted a lot of edible plants everywhere.
It was frickin' awesome. Really felt great too.
Hello all I'm the friend who took the photo! For all of those wondering, this was taken from the 41st floor of the Westin in Bellevue and is overlooking the Bellevue Park.
Here is a link to the full-res in my Flickr! :-) I'm also contemplating doing prints of this, so if you are interested shoot me a PM.
For those that are flicktarded, here's a link to the full WesternWolf photo stream -- great photos, modeling, makeup, lighting, locations... Reeeeally good stuff.
You should ask the owner, he originally rose to fame on Reddit! Any time his stuff pops up he always answers
Can't remember his reddit name but this is his flickr stream
The scene with the wildlings was definitely shot in Þingvellir in Iceland. I've been there, it looks just like it does in the show. Here is one of my pictures.
There's a few Flickr sets devoted to movie and TV locations.
>Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr. 25
>Aufgestellt in Koblenz (R.Stb., I., II., III.) Unterstellung: 30. L.I.Brig. Kommandeur:Oberstleutnant Erhardt
>I.:Major Graf Vitzthum v. Eckstaedt II.:Major aus ́m Weerth(I.R.Nr. 68)
>III.:Oberstleutnant z. D. Fischer (Bez.-Kdr. Andernach) Verluste:19 Offz., 370 Uffz. und Mannschaften.
According to this Flickr page.
Some quick points: Served in Landwehr Infantry Regiment nr. 25, which was raised in Koblenz. "L.I.Brig." would most likely translate to Light Infantry Brigade, in which he served under Oberstleutnant (Lieutenant Colonel) Erhardt.
The rest of the description is almost gibberish to me, haven't delved into military texts for a while.
Owner's name is Joe and he lives up the street from me. I've met him a few times and he completely built the car from scratch in his garage. Super cool dude who loves his car and will talk to anyone about it!
He has a flickr page with some photos of the build and also a youtube channel
Bonus photo I took of the car.
This is 3rd on the list....Ushiku Daibutsu - link and ~~possible~~ actual source of this picture
Edit: Included original source photo. Titled "Ushiku Daibutsu, Japan".
I'm disappointed in the crossed arms in this picture. Come on man, she's wearing underwear that you made. [edit: NSFW'ish, models wearing balloons] https://www.flickr.com/photos/robtheballoonguy/7933929128/in/photostream/
You're not dreaming it up. Two such ad frames existed in the Metro system. Both were visible to Red Line trains traveling in the direction of Glenmont. One was right after Metro Center, and the other was right after Gallery Place. The ads appear to be animated due to the zoetrope effect.
I just happen to have a movie of the Nesquik ad that you refer to, taken as part of a larger video showing the train passing through a closed Judiciary Square station without stopping:
The zoetrope ads went dark in 2009 or so (an ad for Coraline was the last one to run), and the fixtures that held these ads were removed by the end of 2013, as seen in this photo that I took on January 1, 2014.
I did do some for Cameron after the riots, didn't really keep it up so haven't done any for a while tho. I did UKIP this time because they've been putting some rather silly ads out recently.
~~The wings and tail part... I don't have the full story like what was/wasn't working. He flew in the European theater. The Germans didn't take kindly to him bombing stuff. I haven't talked to him in a long time and was to young to understand his stories. I've been looking it up online to see if I could find things like pictures. All I've found is an enlistment record.~~
Instead of using my old childhood memories as a source here is a pic with the full story.
NZ is huge. Conversely, (some) other countries seem geographically small to us. If you spend 8 hours in a car in Europe, you'll probably go through several countries.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/tradies/6991656198/ - the exact other side of the world for us.
This is my best picture of a random festival-goer in 2012. I'd just bought a DSLR and assumed it would immediately make me a hot shit photographer.
This is a random festival-goer, same festival, 2014. I'd learned about manual settings, lighting, and post-processing.
My favorite way to see how much my photos have improved is by comparing my best Independence Day shot from the past few years.
Here is the original - Desktop Mobile
Edit: Created by artist Andy Magee
The other day I was backing up my harddrive and on my ancient 120GB behemoth from 2008, I found a folder called best photography. It had my favorite pictures I had taken up to about 2008-2009. I thought it might be fun to compare it to my top 10 from up to 2014.
It's fun to see how you've improved!
There's no way a phone camera can have fast enough shutter speed to freeze the ball like that, unless the ball just started to slow down. You need at least 1/320-1/500 to get such a small amount of motion blur.
1/640, minor motion blur.
It's a fantastic photo, and a perfect example of how a great photo doesn't need to tell the truth. The guy is risking his life for a conflict that has nothing to do with him. Or maybe he's not, because it's a commissioned art/advertising piece from South Africa's Die Burger newspaper.
Pretty pricey lens, but I've been really happy with mine. Have to get out and shoot more with it. The lenses Fuji are rolling out recently are really nice.
Tempted to get that 14mm too!
The black object on the lower left is called a telephone.
Another pic of the Deutsche Bank trading floor
More on the keyboards:
"Different Strokes" by Kris Kros
I thought so, too. Turns out that person is a photographer, and a woman that looks to be old enough to have a child on reddit. Must have just particularly liked this one. She has taken a lot of photos of this cat.
Someone posted this in the other post:
The foto mentioned in the first slide: https://www.flickr.com/photos/prabindh/14010077142
It's not too much info, but I think the video should be up soon since they stated "beginning of next week".
God dammit stop talking out of your ass. I personally know the guy who shot this. Location is South Texas, and her name is Taylor. Here's a different shot of her. https://www.flickr.com/photos/aberazzi/6962812602/
I've literally never been more peeved by anyone on the internet.
The photographer is John Werry. He provides the following information:
This is Maggie, a four-month old tiger at a Big Cat Sanctuary enjoying a dip in the goldfish pond, trying to catch the fish with her paws. One more week and she wouldn't have been outside of her cages with the humans.
More pics of Maggie.
More of John Werry's work can be found here.
My wife does a lot of self portraits. Partially for lighting techniques, but mostly for self expression/self analysis/emotional catharsis/etc. It's funny, because as well as she models for herself, she's said she would hate to model for another photographer. It would be awkward and uncomfortable (is what she's told me). She loves modeling by herself though. She really opens up.
I know that, but the water ice would have some problems. Whcih is also why the torch was on top of a extra 2 high snow piller.
Now if I only use packed ice. Then yes I suppose I could switch them.
It is a good suggestion and I may just do that.
UPDATE: Yes it does look a lot better switching them. I even managed to get 1 block of water ice into the lava 'eye' spot.
Here is a link looking at the new ice and snow 'eye' in the lava
It also shows that the lava has no 'dips' in it, though it does have random currents everywhere.
and a new image from on top of the surrounding cliffs
For background: I worked under a 2 year grant from the Delaware River Basin Commission studying the chemical characteristics of river and pore-water in the beaches.
I'd imagine that it would look like most dry riverbeds in the world. There are pollutants/contaminants that are not just in the water of the river, but also in the sediments of the river bed; exposing the bed to the atmosphere might not be the best thing to do. There's also a TON of trash and debris out there. This tree was driven crown-first into one of the islands we studied during a small storm. I actually have a ton of photos that I could post but it might take a little to edit out faces and all that.
Edit: I posted an album with descriptions here.
Original photo credit.
Story from the Telegraph.co.uk:
"This huge piece of driftwood washed up on the beach at La Push, a small community in Clallam County, Washington. La Push, surrounded by the lush forest of the Olympic National Park, is located on the northwest coast of Washington's most westerly peninsula, at the mouth of the Quillayute River. The tree is a Sequoia Semper Virens, or Costal Redwood, only grown in Monterey, California. It would have travelled hundreds of miles before being washed up on the beach at La Push."
The biggest thing imo that separates bad landscapes from good ones is 1. how dedicated the photographer was in finding a truly great spot and 2. how patient the photographer is in waiting for just the right light.
Most amateur photographers take landscapes that look like this. Terrible, hazy direct sunlight, kills all the contrast. Probably because they happened to go on a hike in the afternoon, because that's a good time for a hike. But not necessarily a good time for landscape photography.
Here's the work of Mark Adamus, who has been on the front page of earthporn so much he should pay rent. Look at the lighting. Do you think he just went on an afternoon hike and took snapshots? Or do you think he waited for exceptional lighting?
It's a photo taken some years ago in Hong Kong. Someone added the rain on there.
Did a bit of searching and this is how it looks right now.
I was at Zion National Park in an area called, "The Subway". It's a slot canyon with water running through it covered with a ton of slippery algae. I took 3 photos with my new Nikon D60 and 18-55 VR lens when I slipped with it attached to my tripod.
I watched water fill the sensor and lens as I slid down the slick rock. I think I said in a sad sad voice, "Oh No....". Kind of like the kid on Christmas Story when he dropped the F Bomb.
I did get off this shot moments before the heartache since the SD card wasn't destroyed:
This is my 14th custom modular Lego building, a moderately-upscale clothing boutique. While the furnishings are modern, the front facade was directly inspired from playing the opening scene of Bioshock: Burial at Sea Part 2. A few hours after I finished the game, I started building this.
You can see more pictures and some description in my Flickr set. Thanks for taking a look!
Hey guys! For anyone interested in some photos I took in the Netherlands and Belgium, have a look here. I really had a blast.
Also, /r/rawdenim fantasy baseball league updates:
There are currently 11 people signed up, and there can be a max of 20. If anyone else would like to join, please comment and send me your email ASAP.
When do you guys want to draft? I was thinking sometime this weekend? Maybe Saturday, around 3 PM EST?
Like I said above pour in 3 inches of gravel at a time and compact it. You can use a 4x4 or the end of a sledge hammer if you want as your compaction tool.
Just use two 16 footers. 2 on the ends and 3 12 footers. A block every 4ft is plenty
here's a quick little drawing I made. It's true there is 6 ft spans but with 16" OC joists and 1 inch plywood it should be plenty strong.
stfu? anyway, a bed and breakfast in Jersey. he was pleasant and seemed happy. i politely asked for a pic when he was done w/ breakfast. when he finished he came over to me and asked if I wanted to do this now in case we didn't see each other later. very cool, he didn't dodge me.
In case any of you haven't seen it, Özil's Adidas logo is literally an 8. It's branded on the back of all of his boots, as well.
Assuming the graph gives correct figures (I'd think so), a person who has paid £1982 in tax and NIN, pays personally £17 to the EU's budget, while in comparison £11 in overseas aid and much less than any other expenditures.
It doesn't answer your question but shows in perspective, the one which often people lack to see and aren't provided with.
I raise you HMS Hood and USS Intrepid
anyone interested in this topic should google "hairless chimps". their physiques are pretty scary. its easy to see the amount of damage a fully grown chimp can do when you see their muscle definition.
edit: link for the lazy
Just a note. Anyone ever planning to go up the Empire State Building. Pay the extra and get the Express Pass if you can. Totally worth it IMO. The only way it isn't, is if you go at a time there is no line. But every time I've gone (Which have been quite a few over all the many years I've gone to NYC), the wait was 2-3 hours and I've always said screw it and left. This past summer I got the pass and it was awesome. We were up in about 10 mins. Straight passing everyone in line. Better still was no wait coming down either...
Best of all, my gf had no idea and she was wondering how we got VIP all the way up while everyone looked at us as we got escorted by them and through security instantly.
Anyone interested. I have some pics from that night up there here.
Going back this summer and we'll go up again (But during the day this time).
There are a ton more pictures on flickr, too!
Going with my Bulova Adventurer today! I've seen a few people don't really like this watch for some reason, but I love it and it's one of the only watches I have that gets compliments when I'm out and about!
Helpful PSA- If you have kids or are around young children, take photos of them WITHOUT red eye filters. Best bet is to use a non-cell phone camera with a flash.
Retinablastoma is often first diagnosed (unless it is familial) when a parent notices a white sheen in photographs. Cell phone cameras eliminate redeye which renders this useless.
If you see white instead of red, go to a pediatric ophthalmologist (not optometrist) immediately.
When treated early, retinoblastoma is very treatable (usually).
Original photo on Flickr, titled "Misty River":https://www.flickr.com/photos/fidelio_terre_des_vosges_et_ailleurs/9219529541/in/photostream/
/u/Tim_Buk2 guess that this is a feeder canal for the Bouzey reservoir, near Saint Nabour, Vosges, France: http://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/1htbfv/an_overgrown_bridge_in_the_woods/caxr5sj
These are some beautiful bikes, but you could almost rename the article "Most Beautiful Touring Bikes in Portland (USA)".
I recently bought one of these (Condor Heritage Tourer, from London, UK), and I think it deserves a place on this list. But then I might just be biased! ;-)
Top 4 are mechanical (M0110 Vintage T Alps, M0116 Alps, ADB Monterey, AEK2 Alps) , rest are rubber domes with the bottom Apple Aluminum being Scissor Switch.
This is quite interesting for me. My father and his then-girfriend got arrested in front of the White House 2(?) years ago protesting the Keystone XL pipeline. I attended the classes that he took in preparation for this. My question is, did you have to take classes on how to get arrested "correctly"(peacefully)? He did, it was quite interesting to see. I'm going to see if I can dig up any pictures from it.
Edit: Here's an album of the event he participated in, if anyone is interested. https://www.flickr.com/photos/huebner-and-lamb/sets/72157627439474603/ I'll ask him if he has any pictures of himself protesting, or getting arrested. This was a completely peaceful, non-confrontational (at least physically) protest. The album linked covers a few events, but his was the first one, in front of the White House.
I was in the exact same position a year ago: I shoot on DX bodies and my only lens was a 50mm 1.8G. I liked it (still do) but found it a bit too tight especially for shots of my kids playing around. I debated between a 28mm and 35mm, and eventually went with a 35mm. It's almost perfect, man. Just slick as all get out. It's wide enough to get everything I want, while tight enough that if I want to isolate my subject I just take a few steps forward.
If it helps you to get an idea of what each lens can do, everything on my flickr page was shot with either my 50mm or 35mm.
G'day mate, this is my home
I love this thing. I used my Pi to build a wearable rig that I'm slowly upgrading. I gotta lean to make sweet enclosures like you though.
I made mine with the help of a friend! We're both product designers so it was the only way to go.
Years ago I tried to start a thing, but didn't really have the time to devote to it to build it up so I've just been doing occasional stuff off the record since.
Yep, Monument Valley really is absolutely massive. I shot a few massive panoramas myself there to try and capture the grand scale of things, and they definitely don't do the place justice.
Disneyland. In 2012 I went on a vacation there. I decided to read a bit about it online to see if I could improve my trip with some extra knowledge.
I know absolutely fucking everything about the history of Disneyland now. And I have this gallery of my Disneyland photography now.
That was quite an entertaining gallery. Some really great pictures.
I particularly liked the kid's different approaches to object in their environment. One gives it a kiss while the other puts their butt on it and yells.
Here's the real life model: https://www.flickr.com/photos/wesleyhiggins/4838392200/in/set-72157643407282493
I saw one near my parents house back 15 years ago when a tornado took out their substation. This rolled in, Alabama Power hooked up transmission lines and feed the area for the next several weeks while they rebuilt the substation
Seattle's own George Tsutakawa (RIP) sculpted fountains that always stop me in my tracks and nudge me to take a little more joy in the day. There are a few around town (lots more all around the globe; we're lucky to have some here), and my favorite remains "Fountain of Wisdom," commissioned by the Seattle Public Library in 1958, now sited outside the Fourth and Madison entrance to the downtown branch.
Thanks for posting this question! It led me to a 20-minute treasure of a documentary the Smithsonian has on its YouTube channel, where Tsutakawa gave a survey of his career and some installations around the world.