Lead Data Scientist at Target focusing on simulation and programming language design
A view across peaks at Mount Mansfield in Stowe, Vermont. That's me!
A 22° halo around the Sun. This optical phenomenon forms as sunlight is refracted in hexagonal ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere. Don't miss the sundog on the left too.
Another view of the halo. These pictures were taken under the gondola at Mount Mansfield in Stowe, VT.
This is a picture of the corner of Trumbull and Prospect on Yale's campus on a sunny day.
Here we see the street corner through the infrared lens that I made. I needed to use a 2 second exposure to get enough light which is why some people and moving objects appear blurry.
Here we see a tree that is out back of the Yale CS department building.
With the IR lens, the plant life appears vivid orange. This image has a 4 second exposure. Check out the bus moving down the street.
Here we see a tree in partial sunlight and a bright steeple behind.
With the infrared lens, only the parts of the tree in sunlight appear - the tree looks like it's missing most of its lower foliage! The cross, reflecting bright sunlight, remains just as bright. This image has a 2 second exposure.
This image is a direct shot of the sun through my IR lens. It may not have been great for the camera, but it makes for an interesting picture.