Excellent one. I kind of get a message out of it: that you studied so hard, the glasses broke (material fatigue?). Yes, I know it makes no sense whatsoever, but there you have it anyway... Roberto Amorim @ 2006-March-14 01:49
Tena koe ehoa
I have the same problem when I do maths, except it's my brain that cracks! ndiginiz @ 2006-March-14 05:18
well done! i mean ... both ... catching two flies with one flapper ... concerning the glasses, and doing a great shot!
Peter @ 2006-March-14 14:22
At least you could see to take the picture. :-) Nicely done and that math looks fairly complicated. Dennis Rogers @ 2006-March-14 20:04
Thank you guys.
The book seen on this picture actually is one of Ella's statistics tomes. I also did a shot with 'my' differential equations scripts (I spare you the details), but it didn't work as well. sknop @ 2006-March-14 21:09
hehe, i didn't saw the comment first, and it gave me the feeling of a professor who get mad after finding a formula, i just imagine that it could be hang next to the table :D (ok, that's glaucous :) ). It reminds me the excellent film "PI". Nice photo again Julien @ 2006-March-21 04:45
I like this one. sorry for your glasses... :) moufmouf @ 2006-March-22 12:18
Interesante trabajo Sebastian Knop, felicitaciones, saludos desde Brasil y Chile...
Leo Lobos y Cristiane Grando Leo Lobos @ 2006-March-30 20:06
estuvimos el fin de semana pasado con tu abuelo J. Knop en cerquilho y vimos sus interesantes audiovisuales que hizo junto a Jorge Bercht... Leo Lobos @ 2006-March-30 20:08
Nice. I like the composition and the subject. Good story to match matt @ 2006-April-10 17:53
Excellent. I like the blue tone in this one very much. It's interesting to look at your early images as it's clear to see your creative progression. Brent Vermilyea @ 2006-June-3 11:18