Paseo Marítimo

foto del Puerto de PalmaInvierno en el Paseo Marítimo

        

Datos técnicos
Cámara: Nikon D7500
Lente: 11.0-16.0 mm f/2.8
Distancia focal: 14.0 mm
Exposición: 1/60; ƒ/6.3; ISO 800

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Solarized

Imagen solarizada de Puerto PollençaOtoño en Puerto Pollença

        

Datos técnicos
Cámara: Nikon D7500
Lente: 11.0-16.0 mm f/2.8
Distancia focal: 14.0 mm
Exposición: 1/500; ƒ/11.0; ISO 140

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Sunset

Atardecer en Son Verí NouAtardecer de domingo en Son Verí Nou

        

Datos técnicos
Cámara: Nikon D7500
Lente: 11.0-16.0 mm f/2.8
Distancia focal: 14.0 mm
Exposición: 1/250; ƒ/10.0; ISO 280

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Why Isn’t 1 a Prime Number?

Un magnífico post sobre la condición de primo (o no), del número 1

Math with Bad Drawings

Since time immemorial, humans have asked: Why are we here? What is our purpose?

I assure you that I have a beautiful and exhaustive answer to that question, which this blog post is unfortunately too small to contain, so let us instead discuss a question almost as rich and immortal: Why doesn’t 1 count as a prime number?

(The key to success, my friends: attainable goals.)

First, the typical student’s answer:

student.jpg

The student points to the common definition, something along the lines of: “a prime number is divisible by precisely two numbers: 1 and itself.” Since 1 is not divisible by two numbers, it is not prime.

This answer amounts to “because I said so.” Or perhaps more sympathetically, “Because my teacher and/or textbook said so.” It is an answer all about deference to power. It is not a wrong explanation, so much as a failure of explanation. Yes, the…

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Barco en el Portixol

Barco en el Portixol

Tomada en el Portixol, Palma de Mallorca, un domingo al mediodía

        

Datos técnicos
Cámara: Nikon D7500
Lente: 18-140 mm f/3.5-5.6
Distancia focal: 18mm
Exposición: 1/3200 seg; f/3.5; ISO 100; prioridad de apertura; enfoque matricial

Tirada a pulso, sin trípode.

ECM by the Decades: The 1980s

Un verdadero must del “connaisseur” Tyran Grillo. Recomendado para todos que gustan del Jazz con el toque ECM y de la música a secas.

Between Sound and Space: ECM Records and Beyond

On March 12, 2018, WKCR DJ Andrew Castillo and I presented the second in our four-part series, “ECM by the Decades,” focusing this time on the 1980s. The episode is now available to listen by clicking the PLAY button below. There were some microphone issues during my introductory remarks, so the volume is rather low in that portion alone. Scroll down for a full playlist, including links to my reviews of each album:

LEAD-IN
Hajo Weber/Ulrich Ingenbold
Winterreise (ECM 1235)
“Karussell”

[INTRO @ 00:07:24]
(Please excuse the microphone issues here…)

00:11:54
Art Ensemble of Chicago
Full Force (ECM 1167)
“Old Time Southside Street Dance”

00:17:03
Eberhard Weber
Little Movements (ECM 1186)
“‘No Trees?’ He Said”

00:22:03
Rainer Brüninghaus
Freigeweht (ECM 1187)
“Stufen”

00:30:21
Steve Eliovson
Dawn Dance (ECM 1198)
“Venice”

[BREAK @ 00:36:51]

00:43:16
David Darling
Cycles (ECM 1219

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B&W

 

Calle de Campos, Mallorca, en la madrugada del sábado

        

Datos técnicos
Cámara: Nikon D7500
Lente: 18-140 mm f/3.5-5.6
Distancia focal: 18mm
Exposición: 1/100 seg; f/3.5 ISO 10000; prioridad de apertura; enfoque matricial

Tirada a pulso, sin trípode.

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