Price is a public matter — a negotiation between supply and demand. A thing’s price is set in competition. So the price of a car is determined by how much some people want it, how much they are willing to pay, and how ready the manufacturer is to sell. It’s a public activity: lots of people are involved in the process, but your voice is almost never important in setting the price.
Value, on the other hand, is a personal, ethical and aesthetic judgment — assigned finally by individuals, and founded on their perceptiveness, wisdom and character.
Using her iPhone, Manon Wethly has been experimenting with liquids flying against the backdrop of a blue sky. She writes:
It is absolutely fascinating to see what kind of shape an object or liquid gets when it is ‘flying’. Clicking at exactly the right second most often brings the most spectacular and surprising results.
via Junk Culture
Where was this when we were kids? Honestly, I would have still played with my Alien and Predator toys, however, I am sure this would inspire young kids to be photographers (maybe).
Check this bad ass out, switching lenses and checking out CNN for the latest details. On top of that, he looks a…