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… ;)

tree

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.

glittery

Assorted glittery lights.

Links
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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