Let it glow
Posted in news,niceness,photography,random by Mark on the December 22nd, 2008

Ok ok you have permission to shoot me for that post title :D Anyway I’ve been slacking off with my blogging so apologies, as my friends know I have a magpie-esque love for things that glow, and have all manner of lights and things. I’ve photographed some of my favourites, along with the new wonderful toy I got for my birthday.

living color
living color

This is my new toy, a Philips LivingColor light. Looks pretty doesn’t it, it also and this is the bit which makes me giddy, changes colour according to a small remote control which lets me adjust the colour using a colour-wheel, the depth, intensity, brightness. Basically like letting me have a bit of Photoshop in the real world, terrible idea… ;)


My Christmas tree from last year which I bartered with Habitat staff for as it was the last one in stock. Pretty glass red thing.


Assorted glittery lights.

Philips LivingColors on Amazon
Philips LivingColors Homepage

Oh and also – I’ve recently upgraded scrapbook to WordPress 2.7, the admin interface is now very sexy indeed – however my fancy font titles have stopped working, not sure if it was a recent Flash update or the WordPress upgrade – will fix it when I get a moment hopefully!

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  1. Rihards said, on December 22nd, 2008 at 11:03 am

    You and your silly glowy things… :P

  2. coxy said, on December 24th, 2008 at 10:38 am

    That LivingColor thing sounds pretty intense. Do want.

  3. Mark said, on December 24th, 2008 at 3:20 pm

    Hehe will show you it when you’re next round in new year, it’s rather silly but kind of awesome. Mmmm it glows.

  4. TwentyTen | scrapbook.sreski said, on January 5th, 2010 at 6:19 pm

    [...] the mean time, lights! Gorgeous colour changing lights. (yes I already have something a little similar but [...]

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