The “VCS” stands for Very Cool and Sexy, surely.
I have a real affinity for this 2600 retro styling – it was the first gaming machine I ever owned (the Jr to be specific). Months and months of mindlessly delivering leaflets around the neighbourhood was all worth it!
And yes, in case you were wondering, I achieved ‘Neo at the end of the Matrix’ level zen-skills at Enduro.
The Atari VCS will be available later this year for between $250-300. That seems expensive.
Steve, left. (Krista Trinder)
This new feature differs from the long-studied “classical” aurora in several ways. It can be seen from much closer to the equator than its more famous twin, and it emanates from a spot twice as high in the sky. It was also first described and studied not by cultivated researchers—like those who coined the moniker aurora borealis—but by devoted amateurs. They were among the first to photograph the ethereal streak of purple light, and they were the first to give it a name.
That name is Steve.
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My better half very kindly surprised my on my birthday last week with a brand spanking new Nexus 6P. The camera is great, an in certain circumstances just plain excellent. I love this candid shot I snapped of my daughter waiting for her ‘milk-milk shake-shake’ at The Roadhouse in Fitzroy.
Taken with Nexus 6P, edited in Snapseed.
At National Gallery Victoria. Captured on a Sony Z3 using Google Camera.
Recently I grabbed the demo version of Affinity Designer to take it for a test drive. I decided to take a trip down memory lane and revisit my first ever digital camera, the Mavica FD-73.
A huge thanks to Motherboard (VICE) for featuring my photography in their recent showcase.
More of my stuff: illsnapmatix.com