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hello and welcome to ( e i ), a blog which displays my explorations in photography and design as well as inspirational things I encounter along the way...

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124 | Uploaded on September, 20, 2011 | 2 years ago

birds in San Marcos, California during the summer season.

birds in San Marcos, California during the summer season.

2 | Uploaded on September, 18, 2011 | 2 years ago

finally got around to posting images.  more to come!  go to elnaandei.com to see the bulk of them :)
iamelna:

“Spinnerette”.  The source is one and the same.  
This is one photo out of a photo set which depicts Milan feeding the knitting machine her energy and the yarn, and then creating from this the pieces that were used to construct Elna.

finally got around to posting images.  more to come!  go to elnaandei.com to see the bulk of them :)

iamelna:

“Spinnerette”.  The source is one and the same.  

This is one photo out of a photo set which depicts Milan feeding the knitting machine her energy and the yarn, and then creating from this the pieces that were used to construct Elna.

30 | Uploaded on September, 9, 2011 | 2 years ago

our summer&#8217;s work.  keep posted for many more images on the process and the completed creation!
iamelna:

A peek at Elna.
Elna is a unification of fiber arts and lighting design from the collaboration of a fashion designer and product designer.  She is an organism, with light symbolizing her life force and organs, the knitted yarn her skin, the pole structures her skeleton.  She was constructed spontaneously and organically, seeming to reach and explore the space she inhabits. 
During this summer we developed our knitted lighting creation while also constructing the final installation space.  The space itself will be utilized as a studio/creative space later on.  
After constructing her, we spent several days documenting our work.  This documentation process ended with the deconstruction, and boxing up of this creation.  We divided her into two boxes, one for each of us, and she will remain apart until she is called on to be constructed again.  In the meantime we are both continuing our individual pursuits while sharing our summer experience with those we encounter.  Perhaps you’ll see her again sometime soon ;-)
More images will follow!

our summer’s work.  keep posted for many more images on the process and the completed creation!

iamelna:

A peek at Elna.

Elna is a unification of fiber arts and lighting design from the collaboration of a fashion designer and product designer.  She is an organism, with light symbolizing her life force and organs, the knitted yarn her skin, the pole structures her skeleton.  She was constructed spontaneously and organically, seeming to reach and explore the space she inhabits. 

During this summer we developed our knitted lighting creation while also constructing the final installation space.  The space itself will be utilized as a studio/creative space later on.  

After constructing her, we spent several days documenting our work.  This documentation process ended with the deconstruction, and boxing up of this creation.  We divided her into two boxes, one for each of us, and she will remain apart until she is called on to be constructed again.  In the meantime we are both continuing our individual pursuits while sharing our summer experience with those we encounter.  Perhaps you’ll see her again sometime soon ;-)

More images will follow!

3 | Uploaded on July, 28, 2011 | 2 years ago

female Sackeni’s Velvet Ant (Dasymutilla sackenii).

female Sackeni’s Velvet Ant (Dasymutilla sackenii).

10 | Uploaded on July, 28, 2011 | 2 years ago

female Sackeni’s Velvet Ant (Dasymutilla sackenii).  
I&#8217;ll probably be posting more photos of this one.  I found and photographed her today.  For whatever reason she decided to stay still for photo-taking, works for me! 

female Sackeni’s Velvet Ant (Dasymutilla sackenii).  

I’ll probably be posting more photos of this one.  I found and photographed her today.  For whatever reason she decided to stay still for photo-taking, works for me! 

5 | Uploaded on July, 24, 2011 | 2 years ago

a harvestman.  not the most venomous spider.  not a spider. 

a harvestman.  not the most venomous spider.  not a spider. 

6 | Uploaded on July, 19, 2011 | 2 years ago

a female dobsonfly.  this was on the front door last night.  it&#8217;s actually a small one at about 2.5&#8221; from wing tip to the tip of its pincers, they can reach 5&#8221; (12.5cm).  that&#8217;s not including the crazy looonng antennae.

a female dobsonfly.  this was on the front door last night.  it’s actually a small one at about 2.5” from wing tip to the tip of its pincers, they can reach 5” (12.5cm).  that’s not including the crazy looonng antennae.

1 | Uploaded on July, 8, 2011 | 2 years ago

thought I&#8217;d throw in a baby rabbit into the mix since there have been many insect posts of late&#8230; this little one was from a nest which sadly was destroyed.  it survived unscathed and will be put back into the wild after we make a temporary nest box for it.  it probably would be able to fend for itself at this point, and eat vegetation.  hopefully the mother will find it come evening when she returns.  

thought I’d throw in a baby rabbit into the mix since there have been many insect posts of late… this little one was from a nest which sadly was destroyed.  it survived unscathed and will be put back into the wild after we make a temporary nest box for it.  it probably would be able to fend for itself at this point, and eat vegetation.  hopefully the mother will find it come evening when she returns.  

20 | Uploaded on July, 8, 2011 | 2 years ago

beetle on hand.

beetle on hand.

30 | Uploaded on July, 8, 2011 | 2 years ago

believe it or not, this beetle&#8217;s common name is &#8220;diabolical ironclad beetle&#8221; o_0, scientific name phloeodes diabolicus.  found this little one in the yard, and no worries he&#8217;s not dead he&#8217;s just in his defensive posture :)

believe it or not, this beetle’s common name is “diabolical ironclad beetle” o_0, scientific name phloeodes diabolicus.  found this little one in the yard, and no worries he’s not dead he’s just in his defensive posture :)

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