Corbin Sparrow

For several weeks now I’ve noticed a rather unusual car as I’ve driven along North Pleasantburg Drive. Today I took the time to stop and take some photos, and do a bit of research on the vehicle. It turns out that the car is a Corbin Sparrow – a single seat, all electric car originally … Continue reading Corbin Sparrow

Time for a Change

Well, it looks like it’s time to give RandomConnections a bit of a sprucing up.  A couple of weeks ago I upgraded to the latest version of WordPress, and apparently it doesn’t like this particular theme.  Several weird things are happening, such as the fact that it won’t show a link to previous entries, and … Continue reading Time for a Change

Kansas on a Stick

As part of Fall for Greenville, the 1970’s group Kansas was giving a free concert Saturday evening. Kansas has been one of my favorite bands. As a high schooler playing keyboards in a band, they were my idols because of their keyboard-heavy arrangements. “Carry on My Wayward Son” is still one of my favorite songs. … Continue reading Kansas on a Stick

Fall for Greenville 2007

It was a beautiful weekend for Fall for Greenville, and apparently everyone in town thought so, too. I headed downtown and wandered through the masses, snapping photos as I went. I’ve mentioned before that I have a problem with crowds. I wasn’t sure if it was claustrophobia or agoraphobia, but some phobia really makes me … Continue reading Fall for Greenville 2007

Tilt-Shift Video

Local Greenville blogger Eric Rogers stumbled across one of my posts about tilt-shift photography and thought he’d give it a try. Eric is a filmmaker, so he took things a step further and tried to tilt-shift a video clip. The results are quite good. Here’s a link to his finished product in Quicktime .MOV format… … Continue reading Tilt-Shift Video