Your Latest Favorite Author?

I started a thread on Google+ about this very subject. I recommended Patrick Rothfuss. Go have a full look at that post and the replies — many little gems in there!

See you all at Google and/or the PhotoWalk today!

I give my talk on “Artists and the Internet: Digitally Extending Your Natural Self” this afternoon. It will be recorded so you can see it later, no doubt… As for the PhotoWalk, we get started early this evening… for more info, see this Google+ thread or go RSVP and see the map on the Plancast page!

First [email protected] Talk

My first talk at Google is below, which some of you may have already seen. I don’t know when the new one will be available, but it will be about a different subject matter… so it stays fresh for y’all!

Daily Photo – Spiralstorm

There are secret vortexes everywhere, no? I think we all find our own, and we keep them secret. No one would ever talk about the best ones. I’m not exactly sure what happens in them. Perhaps there is something where the right and left brain switch sides and everything flows together.

This is another one of my most amazing and accidental finds in my recent explorations… can anyone figure out where this is? I’ll reveal it of course, but I think it is fun when people guess away…


  • Susan

    Really beautiful Trey! Good luck at Google – and the photowalk!

  • :] wHATS UP sUZ-I-NATOR?

  • Stephen Clarke

    Beautiful Trey! Love this photograph. I’ve never been much of a fan of a lot of modern architecture (so much of it looks like it came from the same cookie cutter factory), but there is just something so wonderful and mysterious about old stone churches and cathedrals…

  • richard

    looks like Notre Dame to me

  • I’d guess La Sainte-Chapelle / La Conciergerie, Paris, France?
    I could be confusing it with something else – but I’ve definitely been there!

  • George

    I don’t know where it is, but I’d like to be there. Great place, great photo, great processing. I’ve been to a lot of cathedrals, and the problem has always been to get the interior AND the stained glass to show up. That was before I learned about HDR.

  • I must revise my guess… just compared it to my sainte-chapelle photos and I’m not convinced any more :-/

  • Oh well. After I showed it to my girlfriend and she guessed the same thing instantly, I’m still going with the La Sainte-Chapelle. But not the famous second floor – the first floor!

  • Jason

    I believe it is Saint Séverin in Paris near the Latin Quarter. I was there about 4 weeks ago and the funky stained glass seems to recall this particular church.

  • Vicki Wilson

    A beautiful image! Hope you have a lot of fun on your photo walk today! If I was closer I would be there. I like reading a lot of topics. One of my favorite authors is Clive Cussler and his Dirt Pitt series. In addition to writing books, Clive Cussler has been involved over the years in finding over 60 underwater wreck sites including this U.S.S Hunley the first submarine to sink a ship, here in South Carolina.

  • Dang, Jason, I think you’re right. Well – I was only off by around 500 meters, fair enough 😉

  • No idea where that is but wonderful Picture. I love church and cathedral photographs. Like the green highlights on the ceilings.

  • David Hendershot

    Google offices?

  • Great shot as usual Trey. You’ve found some really choice spots. I wish I could have gone to the photowalk, but the scheduling just wasn’t in the cards. Maybe if you had one further south in, say, L.A? He he. Have a good photowalk! 😉

  • Beautiful image! Love the color and the detail. I put together a short video on my site, a compilation of sorts. http://timetotakepictures.blogspot.com Let me know what you think!

  • Thanks for posting this video; was fun to listen to.

  • Beau

    It looks like the basement of Sainte-Chapelle, but I might be wrong. If not, it’s definitely French.

  • Thanks all!

    Jason – you are right! Saint Séverin in Paris near the Latin Quarter

    David – hehe no not quite… but that would be kinda cool!

  • Gorgeous shot, Trey!

  • Theses are beautiful shots! Color shows the true texture. Hard to take ,seeing the proofs show the Wow results!!!

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