I Will Miss You Mustache
Posted by Scott Sousa On December 2nd, 2014
Today was a tough day for my family and I. We had to put our 18 year-old cat Mustache down.
Who is Mr. Robot?
Posted by Scott Sousa On December 29th, 2015
In you haven’t heard about it yet, Mr. Robot is a new TV series created by Sam Esmail that follows Elliot, a programmer who works as a cyber-security engineer by day and a vigilante hacker by night. Season 1 premiered on USA this summer and quickly became one of my favorite television shows.
In fact, I liked the show so much that I decided to dress up as Mr. Robot for Halloween this year. I actually meant to write this blog post shortly after Halloween, but I’m glad that I didn’t have the time back then to write it.
During a trip to New York City this past weekend, I met a couple of fans of the show while I was on location at Elliot’s apartment taking some photos. I was dressed up in my Mr. Robot costume and they were thrilled to see me. I think that my Mr. Robot costume was a success!
Peaking at the Planets
Posted by Scott Sousa On June 25th, 2015
Jupiter and Venus are gearing up for a close encounter on the night of June 30th. Or perhaps they will be closest on the night of July 1st? I’ve seen sources cite both dates, but it all depends on where you’re located. Either way you can see them approaching one another in the night sky throughout the rest of June.
Moon, Venus, and Mars Conjunction
Posted by Scott Sousa On February 22nd, 2015
The Moon, Venus, and Mars converged in the night sky on February 20th, 2015. I took the long journey to the parking lot behind my work for some front row seats to the spectacular show.
Juno: Blizzard of 2015 Time-Lapse
Posted by Scott Sousa On January 31st, 2015
The Blizzard of 2015 hit Southern New England on January 26th, 2015 and stuck around through the night of January 27th. This time-lapse contains 2,733 photos taken during the blizzard, spanning a time-frame of over 26 hours.
A De-“light”-ful Christmas Tradition
Posted by Justine Guerreiro On December 25th, 2014
Holiday movies, Christmas music, and freshly baked sugar cookies are just some of the tell tale signs the holiday season has arrived. Maybe one, or all of these, are a routine part of how one chooses to celebrate the season. For me, one tradition I always look forward to is the pursuit of Christmas lights.
The Lone Geminid Meteor
Posted by Scott Sousa On December 23rd, 2014
The Geminid meteor shower peaked this year on the morning of December 14th. This was the lone Geminid meteor that I was able to capture on my camera, though I captured a bunch more with my eyes.
2014 Roger Williams Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular
Posted by Scott Sousa On October 31st, 2014
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. This year I had a chance to visit the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams Park Zoo with my family. The pumpkin carvings are simply amazing. Read More
International Space Station & The Big Dipper, A Happy Accident
Posted by Scott Sousa On April 24th, 2014
Well, it’s been a while but I’m back. Here’s a composite of the ISS passing by my house a few nights ago. Minutes before taking these photos, my camera battery was completely drained. I had to rush to make it in time but the end result was pretty satisfying. Read on to learn how merged 10 photos into one to create this composite.
The Stare Down
Posted by Scott Sousa On March 12th, 2014
Who’s going to back down first…me or the gorilla? I’m not sure who won, but I’m glad I was on the other side of the glass!