If you were one of those kids who would dismantle every toy to see what it was like on the inside, you certainly discovered plenty of cool and interesting things. But have you ever seen what a golf ball looks on the inside? Photographer James Friedman became interested in discovering it, and he captured dozens of golf balls cut in half. Turns out there’s quite a colorful inside in each of the tiny white balls, and James shows it in a gorgeous abstract series of photos he named Interior Design.
This video recently surfaced on Reddit, after it was discovered by user TheKnightLife. It was featured in the 80s on ABC in the show “World of Photography”. As it turned out, the profile was on TheKnightLife’s father, sports photographer Bill Knight. Bill says in the video that he’d been on the tour for about 13 years, which his son believes puts the video at sometime around 1985.
Bill retired in the early 2000s after never fully recovering from a double knee replacement surgery due to osteoarthritis. He passed away in August, 2015, but this video serves as a good memory of how dedicated he was to his photography. And the passion he obviously had for it.
Drones are usually pretty good at staying stable. Especially when they have 6 or 8 props rather than the traditional 4 of a quadcopter. With Hexacopters and Octocopters you can even lose a blade, and it’ll still fly relatively well. At least long enough for you to land it. Apparently, though, not when hit by a flying golf ball.
The story goes that 8 year old up and coming golfer Ruby Kavanagh swung and accidentally hit the Yuneec Typhoon H drone that was filming her. Video of the incident shows parts flying off the drone, after which it banks then crashes into the ground.