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Bellevue di Monaco und Bürgerhaus Glockenbachwerkstatt - Großes Eröffnungs Straßenfest - Müller/Ecke Corneliusstraße München - visuals by genelabo

SI SENYOR- TOTI SOLER & CARLES RABASSA I ESTER FORMOSA

Al número 118 del carrer Guillem de Castro de València, hi ha un edifici de 18.200 m2, que acull l'Institut Valencià d'Art Modern [IVAM] sobre un disseny original dels arquitectes valencians Emilio Giménez i Carlos Salvadores. Va ser inaugurat el 1989. Referent al seu dia de l'art modern, era parada obligatòria de les exposicions en els circuits internacionals. L'equip humà en els seus començaments va ser d'un gran nivell professional, es van anar alternant en la seva direcció persones de gran prestigi en el món de l'art. Pel museu va passar Tomàs Llorens, José Francisco Ybars o Juan Manuel Bonet que juntament amb grans gestors culturals com la també directora Carmen Alborch, van aconseguir l'època d'or del museu, gràcies sens dubte a la saviesa artística de Vicent Todolí. Més polèmica va ser la gestió de Cosme de Barañano que va iniciar una època de ruptura amb el passat amb una política expositiva i adquisitiva que tenia com a major objectiu agradar i atendre els capritxos dels nous gestors polítics de la Generalitat Valenciana. Aquest procés va tenir el seu auge i període més nefast amb la incorporació a la direcció del Museu de Consuelo Ciscar. Aquesta directora, sense formació artística com els seus predecessors, i amb un perfil clarament de comissariat polític, amb una política erràtica, va aconseguir que els galeristes, els crítics d'art i els artistes visuals, sol·licitessin al Ministeri de Cultura que exigís al museu de València l'aplicació del Codi de Bones Pràctiques, qüestionant i demanant fins i tot a l'estat que revisés les subvencions concedides. Així ens va.

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El número 118 de la Calle Guillem de Castro de València ubica un edificio de 18.200 m2, que alberga al Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno [IVAM] sobre un diseño original de los arquitectos valencianos Emilio Giménez y Carlos Salvadores. Fué inaugurado en 1989. Referente en su día del arte moderno, era parada obligada de las exposiciones en los circuitos internaciones. El equipo humano en sus comienzos fue de un gran nivel profesional, se fueron turnando en su dirección personas de gran prestigio en el mundo del arte. Por el museo pasó Tomas Llorens, José Francisco Ybars o Juan Manuel Bonet que junto a grandes gestores culturales como la también directora Carmen Alborch, lograron la época de oro del museo, gracias sin duda a la sabiduría artística de Vicent Todolí. Más polémica fue la gestión de Cosme de Barañano que inició una época de ruptura con el pasado, con una política expositiva y adquisitiva que tenia como mayor objetivo agradar y atender los caprichos de los nuevos gestores políticos de la Generalitat Valenciana. Dicho proceso tuvo su auge y periodo más aciago con la incorporación a la dirección del Museo de Consuelo Ciscar. Esta directora, sin formación artística como sus predecesores, y con un perfil claramente de comisariado político, con su política errática, consiguió que los galeristas, los críticos de arte y los artistas visuales, solicitaran al Ministerio de Cultura que exigiera al museo de Valencia la aplicación del Código de Buenas Prácticas, cuestionando y pidiendo incluso al estado que revisara las subvenciones concedidas. Así nos va.

 

Bellevue di Monaco und Bürgerhaus Glockenbachwerkstatt - Großes Eröffnungs Straßenfest - Müller/Ecke Corneliusstraße München - visuals by genelabo

(Hand-drawn watercolor-crayon transfer on paper) (BEST VIEWED LARGE)

 

(During the course of my career in non-profit quality control, I smoked marijuana every day for 29 of the past 42 years. Marijuana can be a good medicine, and I found that it often inspired me.

 

My favorite imported kinds of marijuana were Punta Roja Colombian, "Thai sticks", and Mexican from Oaxaca.

 

I also enjoyed some of the hashish that came from Lebanon, Afghanistan, and Nepal. The hashoil I smoked that came from Morocco greatly lifted my spirits and provided unique insight. "Bubble Hash" made in Berkeley gave me colorful visions.

 

I even quaffed Hi-Brew Beer [early 1980s marijuana/alcohol beverage].

  

[In the 1970s I trimmed MANY pounds of marijuana. One of my associates, a taxi driver who claimed that he had “rolled so many joints I don’t have any fingerprints left” was so impressed that he borrowed my scissors and had them plated with gold.]

  

Surfing on a toke--and when the bowl of the pipe looks like the Grand Canyon, I know I've almost had enough...

  

[Willie Nelson won 10 Grammy awards, and has appeared in 37 movies and TV shows. More than 40 million copies of his more than 100 albums have been sold. He has smoked marijuana for MANY years. Nelson is an outspoken advocate for the drug and has been arrested several times for possession of marijuana. He was arrested in 2006 for possessing marijuana and hallucinogenic mushrooms. His latest song is titled "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die".

 

---from an Associated Press news report, 4.21. 2012.]

  

["I smoke two joints in the morning

I smoke two joints at night

I smoke two joints in the afternoon

It makes me feel all right"

 

"I smoke two joints in time of peace

And two in time of war

I smoke two joints before I smoke two joints

And then I smoke two more"

 

---Chris Kay and Michael Kay, in their 1983 song "Smoke Two Joints", which was recorded by The Toyes.]

  

["One toke over the line sweet Jesus

One toke over the line"

 

"Waitin' for the train that goes home sweet Mary

Hopin' that the train is on time

Sittin' downtown in a railway station

One toke over the line"

 

---Mike Brewer and Tom Shipley, in their 1970 song "One Toke Over The Line". Vice President Spiro Agnew did not like the song and called it "subversive". After being investigated on suspicion of conspiracy, bribery, extortion, and tax fraud, Agnew was convicted of felony tax evasion and forced to resign.]

  

["He said 'drugs make you too pleased with everything.'"

 

---Sarah Seiter, associate curator of Natural Sciences at the Oakland Museum of California, quoting David Hockney on the connection between drugs and creativity. Seiter was quoted by Paul Kilduff in an interview about a current show, "Altered State: Marijuana in California". The East Bay Monthly, July 2016 issue.

 

I think I somewhat understand what Hockney said, and I think there is truth in his statement. I also think that I often find great value and much joy in seeing beauty in both the wheat AND the chaff!]

  

Here is a list of some of the kinds of cannabis I have smoked that were obtained from "medical marijuana" stores in the San Francisco bay area. [From labels I saved.]

  

Blueberry

Tsunami

Outdoor Rom

Trainwreck

Orange Hill Special

Red Widow

Smoothelove

Dutch Passionkush

Northern Green

Spice

Nor Kali Black Spice

Sensi Star

Organic Main Wreck

Sour Diesel

Ice Ice

Fruity Bliss

Organic Remedy

NYC Diesel

S1-5

Organic Super Silver Haze

Morning Star

Snow Cap

Sun Grown Purple OG

Jedi

Herijuana

Sweet Nightmare

Kosher Strawberries

Dirty Little Pig

Durbin Poison

Animal Cookies

Oracle

Space Cowboy

Bubble Haze

White Widow

Mountain Kick

Snow White

Sun Grown Diesel

Yumbolt

Co-op

Organic Flo

Candyland

Silvercratic

Sun Grown Chocolope

Pineapple Kush

Organic Purple Haze

Goo-5

Nor Kali Kaui Kola

Dynomite

Nor Kali Buddha's Haze

Old Grand Huck

Grape Ape

Sour Diesel Lemon

Buddha's Sister

Super Jack

Organic Rom Thai

Third Eye

Pink Champagne

World Wide Widow

Afgootiva

Greased Lightning

Outdoor Organic Humboldt

Balance

Cherry Pie

Peak 19

Organic Mazar

Outdoor Train Crossing

Organic Shaman

Super Star

Rhino

Burmese

Double Dream

Jelly

Caramel

Kahuna

Shiva's Tears

Organic A-10

Purple Burmese

Lemon Skunk x Royal Orange

Mendo Blendo

The Sativa

Organic Hawaiian Snow

Purple Kush Domina

Organic Ultra Skunk

Sage 'n' Sour

Outdoor Organic Kam

Tree-W

Da Kind

Jack Frost

Pot O' Gold

Shiva Afghani

Gorilla's Mist

Strawberry Cough

Sativa 2

Organic Jane

Organic Purple Way

Outdoor Organic Bonkers

Organic Purps

Outdoor Organic Goo

Juicy Fruit

Blue Dream

Mind Eraser

Pearly Baker

Lavender Goo

Titan OG

White Russian

Sonoma Coma

Organic Sticky Nurple

MK Ultra

Outdoor Organic Trainwreck x White Widow

Organic Sweetleaf

Organic Purple Ice

Jack Herer

God's Gift

Outdoor Organic Purple Mendo

Organic Ogre

Organic Trance

William's Wonder x Northern Lights

Blue Ogre

Organic Lamb's Bread

Champagne

Black Bunanna

Super Chunk

Organic Rom Cross

Sun Grown Goji Jack

Rom Hottie

Organic Slider

Sunshine Grown Green Dragon

El Bueno

Jakki

Organic Time Warp

Durban Dream

Organic Mist

Cookie Pie

Mantanuska TF

Pineapple Trainwreck

Organic Mantanuska Mist

Organic Mothership

Traincrash

Swazi Haze

Golden Goo

Organic Trance

Jack'l Berry

Outdoor Mysty

Purple Peak 19

AK-47

Sage

Motor City

Purple Erkel

Crazy Hazy

Bright Star

Green Crack

Power Plant

Organic Cindy 99

Skunk #2

Organic Bonana

Outdoor Organic Hash Plant

Baby Blues

Cat Piss

Mr. Nice (G 13 x Hash Plant)

Girl Scout Cookies

African Sativa

Romadelic

Outdoor Organic Madness

Outdoor Organic Blue Dot

Sour Daze

Thin Mint

Grand Daddy Purple

Spicy Jack

Outdoor Organic Pure Rezin

Old Mother Sativa

Master Yoda Kush

Mountain Girl

Green Ribbon

Super Wreck

Sapphire Star

Bombshell

Also Known As

Pea Soup

Pirate's Kush

Leda Una

Northern Lights x Big Bud

All Star Organic Oaktown Wreck

Raspberry Diesel ["18.2% THC", grown by "Fleur d'elite"]

San Fernando Valley OG ["The Weed Brand Preroll. 1 gram."]

Key Lime Pie ["Humboldt Farms" "Premium Flower-Hybrid" "15.2% THC, 0.00% CBD" "Harvested on July 2018, Packaged on July 2018" "One-Eighth Ounce" in a clear glass jar with a stopper made of wood. The label has a 1" x 2" colorful detailed image of tall trees and small flowers and a small white Volkswagen van. Printed with metallic ink. After smoking some Key Lime Pie I decided that, in my opinion, this extremely appealing image is the best illustration I have seen on a cannabis label.]

Taffie (This medical cannabis strain is sold in cork-lined light-proof well-labeled tins, each containing 5 joints. The tins come sealed in a bag that contains a Boveda 2-way humidity control packet. This product is distributed by Humboldt Legends, and is labeled Steelhead Sativa. Organically grown in sunlight and harvested by hand. The label has the name [and a copy of the handwritten signature] of the person who grew the marijuana [Scott Davies]. Also the batch number and the percentages of THC [19.5%] and CBD [0.0%]. The label on the back of the tin states that the group of cultivators who call themselves "Humboldt Legends" have been growing marijuana for "forty years". A warning note states that marijuana is a “Schedule 1 controlled substance”. And that “Smoking this product will expose you and those in your immediate vicinity to marijuana smoke...known to the State of California to cause cancer.” “Keep out of reach of children and animals.” "This product may impair the ability to drive or operate machinery." Obtained in the San Francisco bay area, 2017. [After I smoked some of this marijuana in a dark room, I closed my eyes and saw beautiful hallucinations that were extremely complex, with uniquely vivid colors. When I opened my eyes I had a VERY strong urge to write poetry.])

"Top Shelf Rainbow Diesel Minis [Sativa]" [small joints]

"Top Shelf Hell OG Minis [Indica]" [small joints]

"Mericanna" hybrid [small joint] "16.79% THC" [2018]

"Pacific Remedy Shatter joint, hand rolled in California" "Blue Russian flower, Kosher Kush, BHO Snake" "Indica-dominant" [2017]

"Sublime King Fuzzies", pre-rolled joint, terpene-enhanced "top shelf bud, CO2 wax/kief", "Indica OG Kush" "THC 253 mg". [2017]

Trix Bubble [concentrate]

"Shiva Crystals" [hashish]

"Select" brand "Mimosa" "cannabis oil vape cartridge" [125 doses per cartridge] 3.5 mg THC per dose. [from the "Select" brand label: "Curating the Science of Feeling" [2018]

Cali Gold H20 [extracted cannabis resin]

"Emerald Dream" ["Single Origin"] [Trinity County, CA] [58% THC] cannabis oil extracted with CO2 [cartridge for use with "Highlighter" vapor pen]

 

[A few times I have gone for months without smoking marijuana, and then smoked a potent joint. On more than one such occasion I have experienced intense fearful disorientation, acute paranoia, and horrible physical distress including nausea and a sudden loss of consciousness. CAUTION IS ESSENTIAL!]

  

I have eaten a variety of cannabis preparations sold at "medical marijuana" stores in Berkeley, including:

 

"Butter Brothers" brand Brownies, Phat Mints, Blackberry Streusel, Ginger Snaps, Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies, and Peanut Butter Cookies.

"Pura Vida" brand Ocean Spray, Happy Trails, Chocolate Jubilee, and Chocolate Chip Protein Bar.

"Ganja Candy" brand Caramel, Blackberry, and Dr. Pepper.

"Tainted" brand Thin Mints

"Dank" candy

"420 Grand" candy

HealTHCare "Private Reserve OG" [cannabis tincture in vegetable glycerin base]

"Double-Strength Medi Pills" [cannabis oil capsules]

"Shiva Candy" [hashish candy]

"Auntie Dolore's Medical Cannabis Glazed Pecans"

"Hashey's 200mg Indica Bar" [made with dark chocolate In Santa Cruz]

"Rhino Pellet" [tiny cookie]

"Potlava" [vegan cannabis baklava]

"Orange Zest Awakening Mints" [sublingual 10 milligram THC tablets]

"Breez" brand mints [sublingual 5 milligram THC tablets]

"Kiva" brand Blackberry Dark Chocolate [cannabis oil candy]

"Black Cherry Gummi" [cannabis oil candy]

"Original PLUS Super Potent Hybrid Cannabis-Infused Gummies" ["20 milligrams THC"]

"PureCure Sativa Strips" [preparation for oral use] [from the label: "EXTREMELY STRONG!"]

"Dr. Norm's Extra Strength medical cannabis cookie" "Chocolate Chip Therapy" 25 milligrams THC, "hybrid".

"Full Extract Cannabis Oil" [Indica-dominant strain, for oral use. Full-plant extracted with ethyl alcohol. Dated 12.1. 2015 and provided in a 3 milliliter oral syringe marked for 0.1 milliliter doses. "THC 37.05%"]

Stokes brand "Mint Micros" [Sativa-strain] [small tablets, each containing 5mg of cannabis extract] [I have used 2 different flavors: Mint and Watermelon]

OMedibles brand "Tree Hugger Medical Cannabis Cinnamon Maple" [high CBD extract mixed with nuts and spices]

Utopia Farms brand "Medical Cannabis Raspberry Macaroons"

"Cafe Attitude THCoffee" 40 mg THC per 8 oz. bottle ["70% Sativa, 30% Indica"]

"Evil Aunt Emily's Seriously Psychotic Suckers" [cannabis oil candy])

"Sprig" brand citrus soda containing 45 milligrams THC per can. Made in California. [2017]

"Petra" brand "Moroccan mint"-flavored medical cannabis tablets, each containing 2.5 milligrams THC plus matcha tea. Produced in 2017 by Kiva, a not-for-profit collective. Lab tested by CW Analytical. "A micro-dosed blend." Packaged in tins containing 42 tablets.

 

[It is not uncommon for people to have EXTREMELY negative experiences after they have eaten too much of a product containing cannabis. CAUTION IS ESSENTIAL!]

  

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT SALES OF SO-CALLED "MEDICAL MARIJUANA" AT STORES IN BERKELEY:

 

I have seen marijuana contaminated by toxic insecticides that was purchased from (city-approved) so-called "medical marijuana" stores in Berkeley. I have seen marijuana contaminated with other toxic chemicals that was purchased from so-called "medical marijuana" stores in Berkeley. I have seen marijuana contaminated with toxic mold that was purchased at so-called "medical marijuana" stores in Berkeley. As of this writing, there are no enforced standards that designate who may or may not be so-called "medical marijuana" grower-sellers in the city of Berkeley. These for-profit privately-owned stores charge an obscenely high price for their questionable products. THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT MARIJUANA CAN BE ONE OF THE VERY BEST MEDICINES IN THE WORLD!!!!!!!! (Depending upon the type and dose of marijuana, the route of administration, and the set and setting in which it is used.) BUT BEWARE: Greedy and/or stupid capitalists selling untested products grown by greedy and/or stupid amateurs ARE NOT BEHAVING IN A RESPONSIBLE MANNER!

  

("...marijuana is not legal."

 

---Ed Rosenthal, interviewed by Paul Kilduff, The Monthly, December 2014.)

  

("Indeed, positive hits for pathogenic mold are already changing grower operations. 'You smoke ten random samples of cannabis and you've most likely smoked aspergillus [mold],' said Dave, one of the lab's two founders. 'It's in there, often at unacceptable levels. Now it's up to the industry to respond. We also are not in a position where we want to make enemies and piss people off. We want to see it happen in the best way for the movement and the industry to kind of just naturally evolve.'

While the distributed nature of California's cannabis supply network obviously benefits mom-and-pop growers, it doesn't encourage quality assurance. Consequently, Dave and his peers believe that some pot consumers are in danger.

'It's expensive to test every single thing that comes through the door — that's the price you pay with a decentralized supply system,' Dave said. 'But that's what you've got. You've got five pounds coming from here and two from there and one individual. I mean, a dog walks in the grow room, and wags its tail — anything can be coming off that dog's tail. It's gross. Fertilizers with E. coli. Compost teas that they don't make right, anaerobic tea that has elevated levels of E. coli and salmonella...There's no way that this is sustainable. All it takes is one story of immune-compromised people dying from aspergillus infection. The myth that cannabis hasn't killed a single person in 3,000 years is allowed to go on. Well, it's not cannabis that kills people, it's all the shit that's in it.'

 

[From "The Manhattan Project of Marijuana", David Downs, the East Bay Express, 3.4. 2009.])

  

(Steep Hill Lab says eighty-five percent of the medical marijuana samples it tests "show traces of mold".

 

---Peter Hecht, "Pot Lab Fills Need for Oversight", the Sacramento Bee, 4.6. 2010. The owners of Steep Hill Lab in Oakland California [which is NOT a federally-certified laboratory] are extremely in favor of medical marijuana...)

  

("We find e.coli in hash. We're seeing pseudomonas aeruginosa, a bacteria that's found in filth."

 

---Robert Martin, of the Association of California Cannabis Labs. Martin was quoted by David Downs in the East Bay Express, 4.11. 2012.)

  

("It's a nasty little secret in the medical marijuana world that many growers spray their plants liberally with pesticides..."

 

---Robert Gammon, the East Bay Express, 7.28. 2010.)

  

(In places like Berkeley in 2018, where cannabis production is encouraged, much cannabis waste is generated. Some of the waste is toxic if consumed. Moldy marijuana, marijuana contaminated with chemicals, contaminated hashish, and contaminated cannabis concentrates do not seem to be rare. Some homeless people, alcohol addicts, and methamphetamine addicts find these sometimes poisonous contaminated cannabis products in garbage containers and sell them on the streets...)

  

("A 2015 study published in The Journal of Toxicological Sciences found that more than 80 percent of the concentrate samples were contaminated by residual solvents."

 

"In the same 2015 study, pesticides were detected in one-third of the concentrate samples."

 

---Kathleen Richards, The East Bay Express, 3.21. 2018, in an article about vaping cannabis.)

  

("...the true danger in untested cannabis comes from the potential pathogens--pseudomonas, aspergillis, and E. coli are routinely found by our laboratory [CW Analytical]."

 

---David Egerton, in a letter to the editor of the East Bay Express, 7.18. 2012.)

  

("...Anresco Laboratories conducted tests on all of the cannabis featured at the HempCon Festival held in San Francisco in August 2017. The San Francisco-based laboratory discovered that 80 percent of the cannabis at the festival was contaminated with unhealthy levels of solvents, pesticides, molds, fungus, or various bacteria."

 

---John Geluardi, East Bay Express, 9.20. 2017.)

  

(Over the decades, I have seen MANY careless and ignorant people with hands contaminated by perfume, cologne, cosmetics, grease, oils [and a number of other toxic substances] use their fingers to prepare marijuana for smoking. I am dismayed by the amount of marijuana I have had to throw away because of toxic substances that stupid and/or careless people have allowed marijuana to come into contact with!)

  

("Mycobutanil...was found in a product recently recalled by Mettrum Ltd., a Toronto-based medical marijuana company."

 

Mycobutanil, used to control mildew, is said to emit hydrogen cyanide gas when heated.

 

"The Mettrum discovery was made recently, when a random screening of the company's products by Health Canada turned up the unauthorized use of pyrethrin, a pesticide...that is also not approved for medical cannabis..."

 

---Grant Robertson, The Globe and Mail, 3.10. 2017.)

  

("While I am grateful for access to the pot clubs...I am at a bit of a loss to understand why, given the virtual absence of risk in producing and distributing pot, it is still so expensive."

 

"What we have...are facilities charging the high end of street prices to people who are already ostensibly facing hardship."

 

["An ounce for $300 to $400..."]

 

"...besides basic capitalist greed, why does it still cost so much? Most of the truly disabled and terminally ill are on a fixed income, rendering the cost of pot not at all that compassionate."

 

--- Quotes from a letter written by Steve Stevens to the editor of the San Francisco Weekly, 1.20. 2010.)

  

("According to Rand Corporation estimates...legalized...high-grade pot would cost just $20 per pound to produce. And low-grade weed would cost only $5 per pound."

 

---David Downs, East Bay Express, 10.9. 2013.)

  

(Since May 2011, four marijuana stores in Richmond, California [near Berkeley and Oakland] "...have paid $486,390 in police fees."

 

"To some, the situation evokes...the protection racket."

 

---David Downs, East Bay Express, 8.28. 2013)

  

(Daniel Rush, the former chair of Berkeley's Medical Cannabis Commission, was charged with 15 criminal counts, including extortion, fraud, and money-laundering. He later pleaded guilty to three felony counts.

 

["...federal authorities charged him for offering special treatment to one of the applicants for Berkeley's fourth dispensary spot."

 

---Frances Dinkelspiel, Berkeleyside.com, 6.23. 2017.])

  

("I've never met so many greedy slugs in my whole life."

 

---Michelle LaMay, chairwoman of the Teapot Party in Colorado, describing having to deal with the more than 3,000 people who have contacted her because they want to start their own cannabis business. [Willie Nelson was arrested in Texas for possessing marijuana on November 26, 2010. Following his arrest, Nelson founded the Teapot Party.] The quote is from an article by Eric Spitznagel, Bloomberg Businessweek, that was published in the San Francisco Chronicle, 11.20. 2011)

  

("We did $20 million in sales last year."

 

---Steve DeAngelo, executive director of Harborside Health Collective, a marijuana store in Oakland. DeAngelo was quoted by Kathleen Pender in an article, "Push to Protect Banks on Legal Pot Business". The San Francisco Chronicle, 5.25. 2010.)

  

("California's medical marijuana dispensaries now generate as much as $1.3 billion in sales and $105 million in state sales taxes each year, according to new---and dramatically increased---state sales estimates by California's Board of Equalization."

 

"The Board of Equalization earlier this year estimated medical marijuana sales at only $98 million annually..."

 

--- the Sacramento Bee, 5.8. 2010.)

  

(The Berkeley Patients Group is "a dispensary with about 10,000 patients in the Bay Area". In 2007 the DEA "pounced on a Southern California offshoot of the Berkeley nonprofit for distributing a federally controlled substance. Agents seized nearly everything on-site as well as $100,000 in funds in a bank account."

 

"The Berkeley dispensary actually got the money back after the City of Berkeley stood up for it. The city stated in a 2008 resolution 'seizures of assets of medical marijuana dispensaries and collectives have blocked payments of taxes to the state of California and the City of Berkeley.' The city asked federal authorities to back off and they did."

 

"Berkeley Patients Group, along with two other Berkeley clubs, net about $18.5 million per year."

 

---David Downs, the East Bay Express, 9.15. 2010.)

  

("The city of Berkeley filed a legal claim Wednesday in a federal asset forfeiture case against the landlord of a medical marijuana dispensary here, saying it would lose tax money from pot sales if the dispensary is forced to close."

 

---Doug Oakley, West County Times, 7.4. 2013.)

  

("Oakland's lawsuit said the closure would damage the city, which expects to collect more than $1.4 million this year in business taxes from Harborside and three other city-licensed dispensaries."

 

---Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle, 10.14. 2012. Seeking to prevent the forced closure of Harborside Health Center, a "medical marijuana" dispensary, the City of Oakland filed a lawsuit against the federal government.)

  

Years ago there was a legitimate drug testing laboratory in California where a user could anonymously have a sample of their "dope" tested. Unfortunately, at one point such drug-testing laboratories were declared illegal by federal law enforcement officials and were forced to cease operation. As far as I can tell, the public does not have legal access to any federally-certified illegal-drug testing laboratory.

  

("This product was produced without regulatory oversight for health, safety or efficacy."

 

---quote from a blister-pack containing sixteen 10 milligram THC "Orange Zest"-flavored sublingual tablets that were made August 10, 2016 in Salinas, California for a company in Denver, Colorado. [The main isomer of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the principal psychoactive constituent of marijuana.])

  

("This product has not been tested as required by the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act."

 

---quote from a childproof bottle containing one gram of "King Louis OG" cannabis flowers that was sold for $15 in February 2018 by KindPeoples Collective in Soquel, California.)

  

Many of the anti-drug police say they believe that "harm reduction" strategies increase drug use and are thus unacceptable. Some anti-drug police believe that the world would be a better place if users of illegal drugs died...

  

("Casual drug users should be taken out and shot. Smoke a joint, lose your life."

  

---Darryl Gates,

Head of Los Angeles Police Department, speaking to a

United States Senate Judiciary Committee on September 5, 1990.

[Gates said the above because he felt casual drug users were guilty of "treason", according to author Martin Torgoff, writing in his book CAN'T FIND MY WAY HOME--America in the Great Stoned Age, 1945-2000.] )

  

("In 1996, Newt Gingrich introduced a bill mandating the death penalty for bringing two ounces of marijuana into the country!"

  

[quote from a document published by Unitarian Universalists for Drug Policy Reform].)

  

("William Bennett, federal drug policy coordinator, said Thursday night he had no moral qualms about beheading convicted drug dealers.

 

'Morally, I don't have any problem with that at all,' Bennett said when asked on the CNN program 'Larry King Live' call-in television show..."

 

---Los Angeles Times, 6.16. 1989.)

  

("Quinlivan told the judges that nobody has the right to use marijuana..."

 

"Judge Harry Pregerson asked Quinlivan whether it was OK for Raich to die or succumb to 'unbearable suffering.'

'So go ahead and die. That would be all right?' he asked.

'Congress has made that value judgement,' Quinlivan replied."

 

---David Kravets, the Oakland Tribune, 3.28. 2006, in an article about a hearing before a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Angel McClary Raich is a very seriously ill patient that multiple doctors say must use marijuana as a medicine or she will likely die. Mark T. Quinlivan is an Assistant U. S. Attorney.)

  

("One child said 'I love you, Mom'-- for the first time in his life."

 

---Debra Kamin, Newsweek, 2.23. 2018, describing what happened when a severely autistic child was given marijuana oil. The quote is printed large, with the words "I love you, Mom" in bright red. The front cover of this issue features an image of neon marijuana leaves and the words "The Blunt Truth About Weed and Autism". The back cover is a full-page full-color advertisement for Kavalan whisky. [The article is about a study of 60 severely autistic children who were given an oil containing a 20-to-1 ratio of CBD to THC. The study was conducted by Dr. Adi Aran, a pediatric neurologist and director of the pediatric unit of Jerusalem's Shaare Zedeck Hospital. "Most parents said their children improved. Nearly half saw a notable reduction in the core symptoms of autism."])

  

("You're real! You're really real!"

 

---Floyd, age ten, who had never spoken before, after being given a series of large doses of LSD at Fairview Developmental Center in California in the early 1960s. The quote was reported by Connell Cowan, at the time a psych tech, who was one of the people who were giving large doses of LSD to children. Cowan was working with Gary Fisher, a psychologist who had first taken LSD in 1959. [From "The Elementary Kool-Aid Acid Test", a podcast by Amy Standen and Judy Campbell, The Leap, KQED, 4.11. 2017.])

  

("...good people don't smoke marijuana."

 

---Jeff Sessions, in a Senate hearing in April 2016. Sessions is now Attorney General of the United States. He is the chief law enforcement officer and the chief lawyer of the U.S. government. It is obvious that Sessions is very mentally ill, as is Donald Trump, who chose Sessions to be Attorney General.)

  

("I'm a firm believer that drugs are the root of all evil."

 

---Contra Costa County [California] deputy sheriff Andy VanZelf,

quoted 10.4. 2009 in the Conta Costa Times by columnist Tom Barnidge. "VanZelf [a police officer for 23 years] ...was born to the job--his mother, father, and brother were cops--but that's not why he stuck with it. 'Putting bad guys in jail is very satisfying,' he said.")

  

(“You can grow enough marihuana in a window-box to drive the whole population of the United States stark, staring, raving mad.”

 

---Winifred Black, an early Hearst anti-cannabis propagandist, in her 1929 book DOPE--THE STORY OF THE LIVING DEAD.)

  

("According to the FBI's annual Uniform Crime Report, in 2007 there were 872,721 arrests in the U.S. for marijuana violations."

  

---Adam Tschorn, the Los Angeles Times, 9.3. 2009.)

  

("It was downtown San Jose and another police officer had made a stop on three kids who were touring San Jose on a Saturday night. You know, driving around in circles like American Graffiti. And the officer pulled three kids out of the car and he didn't know but one kid panicked and tried to swallow a small bag of marijuana---and I pulled up just to watch and assist if needed and didn't realize what was going on either. And this kid died in front of us choking on a bag of marijuana. He didn't die because of marijuana, he died because he panicked over these stupid laws we have."

 

---former San Jose, California undercover narcotics detective Russ Jones, quoted by David Downs, the East Bay Express, 5.12. 2010. Russ Jones is a spokesman for the "Law Enforcement Against Prohibition" organization.)

  

("The general commanding Mexico's drug enforcement unit--hailed by U.S. drugs czar McCaffrey as 'an honest man and no-nonsense field commander'--was detained in 1997 for corruptly collaborating with Amado Carillo Fuentes."

 

---Kevin Williamson, in DRUGS AND THE PARTY LINE.)

  

(Because I am a disabled homeless senior citizen who has VERY little money, I cannot afford the fee that doctors charge to issue a recommendation that I be allowed to use "medical marijuana". I cannot afford the administrative fee charged for the issuance of a "medical marijuana" card. Even if I had the proper paperwork, I am too poor to be able to pay the high prices the local "medical marijuana" stores charge. I have never grown marijuana. Because I am homeless I have no place where I can grow marijuana.)

  

A randomly-edited selection of approximately 700 of my pictures may be viewed by clicking on the link below:

www.flickr.com/groups/psychedelicart/pool/43237970@N00/

 

Please click here to read my "autobiography":

thewordsofjdyf333.blogspot.com/

 

And my "profile" page may be viewed by clicking on this link:

www.flickr.com/people/jdyf333/

 

My telephone number is: 510-260-9695

  

(Please click on the link below to see labels from marijuana "legally" sold in stores in Berkeley, California and to read some important warnings:

www.flickr.com/photos/jdyf333/2173269110/ )

 

Please note: DEPICTION IS NOT ADVOCACY!!!

 

A randomly-edited selection of approximately 600 of my pictures may be viewed by clicking on the link below:

www.flickr.com/groups/psychedelicart/pool/43237970@N00/

 

Please click here to read my "autobiography":

thewordsofjdyf333.blogspot.com/

 

And my "profile" page may be viewed by clicking on this link:

www.flickr.com/people/jdyf333/

 

My telephone number is: 510-260-9695

 

Please note: DEPICTION IS NOT ADVOCACY!!!

Amsterdam Light Festival 2014

 

"Vanaf 11 december kun je Illuminade, de wandel route van Amsterdam Light Festival lopen. Laat je inspireren door verscheidene kunstwerken, waaronder het SPEEDERMAN beeld van de bekende Tsjechische kunstenaar David Černý, te vinden voor Hermitage Amsterdam. SPEEDERMAN, de enorm snelle, vier meter lange man die voor het eerst tentoon werd gesteld op het SIGNAL Festival in Praag, is nu te zien op Amsterdam Light Festival.

 

Dankzij CzechTourism kan je de beste Tsjechische kunstwerken bewonderen en een workshop doen met de artistieke groep RAW Tag Tool, waarin straatartiesten en Tsjechische illustrators visuals zullen tekenen en animeren, op een scherm recht voor je!

 

Wie is David Černý?

Controversieel en extravagant, zo wordt beeldhouwer David Černý in Tsjechië omschreven. Zijn grote kunstwerken nemen soms verrassende vormen aan: zo plaatste hij een sculptuur van een peuter op de televisietoren Praag in Zizkov, en een groot verlicht hart dat het uitzicht op het Praag Kasteel versierde, tijdens de verkiezingen in 2002. In Praag was afgelopen herfst de première van zijn laatste werk SPEEDERMAN.

 

Wat is CzechTourism?

Het Tsjechisch toerisme bureau, beter bekend als ‘CzechTourism’, is een gesubsidieerde organisatie, opgericht door het Ministerie van Regionale Ontwikkeling. Het hoofddoel van CzechTourism is het promoten van Tsjechië als een aantrekkelijke bestemming voor zowel toeristen uit binnen- en buitenlanders."

 

Bron: www.amsterdamlightfestival.com/programma/2014-2015/illumi...

[dedicado a los PALOS que nos da la vida]

 

Hola a todos!

 

Este escritorio está confeccionado en una pantalla de 10" (resol. 1024x600)

El SO. es W.Xp

 

Ha dado trabajo. El precedente (el de las florecillas), sólo era x salir del paso, tras un formateo que tuve que hacerle...Este se quedará más tiempo, xke llevaba con él desde ayer x la tarde.

El trabajo de edición ha sido brutal, y a eso hay que añadir la pequeñez de la pantalla...

 

Pretendo que quede completo y limpio, y de hecho, en la captura superior luce despejado.

 

El wallpaper está "rotado" en sentido contrario, para acomodarlo todo a la derecha; este es el original:

 

eman333.deviantart.com/gallery/?offset=72#/d34z7pk

 

El VS es el "Pucko Modern for XP":

 

browse.deviantart.com/customization/skins/windows/visuals...

 

Para RainMeter, uso estas skins (partes de ellas; modificadas):

 

Elegance1.0(Clock & papelera de recicaje):

 

lilshizzy.deviantart.com/art/Rainmeter-Elegance-1-0-21450...

 

Defiant ("bloque" del extremo dcha: monitorización):

 

varelse42.deviantart.com/art/Defiant-202163907?q=boost%3A...

 

Minimal (barra degradada):

 

elite343.deviantart.com/art/Minimal-190782076?q=boost%3Ap...

 

Black Gloss (Start Orb & Launcher):

 

sabbat2010.deviantart.com/art/Black-gloss-279361895?q=boo...

 

* El Orb está modificado; es éste, cambiado de color y editado:

 

kanexalex.deviantart.com/gallery/?offset=24#/d2t3q2h

 

La serie "Día-Fecha-Mes-Año" es un mod propio, incrustado en la barra inferior. Ésta barra tomaba como base la "Nude Superbar" (de "torque89"); actualmente ya no se puede descargar; desconozco qué link puedo facilitaros para bajarla; sólo se me ocurre éste:

 

torque89.deviantart.com/art/How-It-Starts-180275045?q=boo...

 

Además, esta barra, lleva en su parte superior, un sombreado, para lo que uso la "TaskBar Shadow" (editada, claro):

 

browse.deviantart.com/customization/skins/?q=taskbar#/d2r...

 

La skin para Winamp es la "Ebonite2.0":

 

browse.deviantart.com/?qh=&section=&q=ebonite#/d1...

 

¡! X cierto...¿Porqué encajo en la "Defiant" controles para el Winamp?

Pues simplemente, porque el Winamp siempre está oculto; la captura inferior sólo era para que se viera una impresión "completa" del escritorio, pero normalmente luce como en la superior. Y por ello, por no estar constantemente maximizándolo, uso RM para ir de atrás a adelante /& viceversa/.

 

& la skin para el cursor (CursorFx), ésta:

 

www.wincustomize.com/explore/cursorfx/2794/

 

Eso era todo...

 

De antemano, mi agradecimiento a tod@ aquél/la que sepa valorar el tremendo esfuerzo que encajar todo esto en una pantalla tan pequeña conlleva, para conseguir que el resultado sea lo + limpio posible.

 

Cordiales saludos!

   

José Mª Sancho en Internet: Mi página de Facebook · Mi portafolio en Behance · Mi Blog en Tumblr

 

Centre de produció artística visual i plàstica contemporània gestionat per l’Associació d’Idees EMA segons criteris d’autogestió. Espai que promou la investigació, la creació i la difusió de l’art, i que col·labora en sinèrgia amb institucions, espais d’art i entitats socials i culturals del Districte de Sant Martí. Fàbrica de Creació de l’Ajuntament de Barcelona.

 

Especialització: Arts Visuals

Web: www.laescocesa.org

SEGUNDO DÍA DE INTENSIDAD. 10 MAYO

 

A través de 16 instalaciones, el visitante recorre un espacio vivo que desarrollará en cada uno reacciones absolutamente diferentes. A través de la exhibición y las distintas actividades que la completan, se reflexionará acerca del modo en el que el arte se relaciona actualmente con la realidad. Esta exposición se aleja de las formas más tradicionales y juega con las prácticas performativas para despertar la sorpresa del espectador. Así, el espacio del CA2M se convierte en un lugar de experimentación directa de sensaciones que juegan con lo visual y lo sonoro reflexionando acerca de cómo el cuerpo responde a ese tipo de estímulos.

 

Esta exposición, concebida como evento, subrayó la performatividad y la forma en que funciona, la forma en que se acciona a sí misma. Incluyó objetos, audiovisuales y cuerpos. Fue una exposición continuamente “en vivo”, ya que las instalaciones, fotografías, películas, performances, debates, etcétera, habitaron el espacio del museo.

 

Through 16 facilities, the visitor walks through a living space that will develop in each one absolutely different reactions. Through the exhibition and the different activities that complete it, we will reflect on the way in which art is currently related to reality. This exhibition moves away from the more traditional forms and plays with the performative practices to awaken the surprise of the viewer. Thus, the space of the CA2M becomes a place of direct experimentation of sensations that play with the visual and the sonorous reflecting on how the body responds to that type of stimuli.

 

This exhibition, conceived as an event, underlined the performativity and the way in which it works, the way in which it actuates itself. It included objects, audio-visuals and bodies. It was a continuous exhibition "live", since the installations, photographs, films, performances, debates, etc., inhabited the space of the museum.

 

Comisaria/ curator: Chantal Pontbriand

 

CA2M - PER/FORM. CÓMO HACER LAS COSAS CON [SIN] PALABRAS

 

______________________________________________

Enlaces: WEB CA2M | FACEBOOK CA2M | YOUTUBE CA2M | TWITTER CA2M

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Turkey is more beautiful in winter season..! Türkiye kış mevsiminde daha güzel..!

So if my sister was a singer, this would be her album cover. I am continuing with my obsession with brick walls (obviously). I am happy with this shot, even thought it was super cold and it was starting to snow. I still feel like I am in a creative slump, hopefully by breaking through some roadblocks I will reach the next level.

 

Kat Gatti | Tumblr | Instagram | Twitter

 

For those interested in working with me, go to Kat Gatti for more info.

Pieza realizada para la exposición

"Hazlo como mejor te parezca"

con el tema del reciclado de materiales

 

Puebla, Pue 2008

Collage on paper, detail. By Carmen Burguess.

www.myspace.com/mueranhumanos

www.carmenburguess.org

  

Spanish:

 

Carmen Burguess

"El Cuerpo es el Perro del Espìritu"

exhibición de collages y objetos

 

19 de Julio hasta 19 de Agosto

Inauguración Sábado 19 de Julio 19 hs

con MUERAN HUMANOS en vivo y proyecciones de youaresooverrated.com

entrada gratuita

 

En PutiKlub Galerie,

Skalitzerstrasse 54 A (Kreuzberg, Berlin)

 

www.carmenburguess.com

www.myspace.com/putiklub

  

................................................................................................

 

English:

 

"The Body is The Spirit`s Dog"

Carmen Burguess Exhibition

Collages & Objects

July 19 to August 19

 

In PutiKlub Galerie

Vernissage: July 19, 20 h, with live gig by Mueran Humanos (arg) & live visuals by "You are so Overrated" (arg),

 

Skalitzerstrasse 54 A (Kreuzberg, Berlin)

 

www.carmenburguess.com

www.myspace.com/putiklub

 

SEGUNDO DÍA DE INTENSIDAD. 10 MAYO

 

A través de 16 instalaciones, el visitante recorre un espacio vivo que desarrollará en cada uno reacciones absolutamente diferentes. A través de la exhibición y las distintas actividades que la completan, se reflexionará acerca del modo en el que el arte se relaciona actualmente con la realidad. Esta exposición se aleja de las formas más tradicionales y juega con las prácticas performativas para despertar la sorpresa del espectador. Así, el espacio del CA2M se convierte en un lugar de experimentación directa de sensaciones que juegan con lo visual y lo sonoro reflexionando acerca de cómo el cuerpo responde a ese tipo de estímulos.

 

Esta exposición, concebida como evento, subrayó la performatividad y la forma en que funciona, la forma en que se acciona a sí misma. Incluyó objetos, audiovisuales y cuerpos. Fue una exposición continuamente “en vivo”, ya que las instalaciones, fotografías, películas, performances, debates, etcétera, habitaron el espacio del museo.

 

Through 16 facilities, the visitor walks through a living space that will develop in each one absolutely different reactions. Through the exhibition and the different activities that complete it, we will reflect on the way in which art is currently related to reality. This exhibition moves away from the more traditional forms and plays with the performative practices to awaken the surprise of the viewer. Thus, the space of the CA2M becomes a place of direct experimentation of sensations that play with the visual and the sonorous reflecting on how the body responds to that type of stimuli.

 

This exhibition, conceived as an event, underlined the performativity and the way in which it works, the way in which it actuates itself. It included objects, audio-visuals and bodies. It was a continuous exhibition "live", since the installations, photographs, films, performances, debates, etc., inhabited the space of the museum.

 

Comisaria/ curator: Chantal Pontbriand

 

CA2M - PER/FORM. CÓMO HACER LAS COSAS CON [SIN] PALABRAS

 

______________________________________________

Enlaces: WEB CA2M | FACEBOOK CA2M | YOUTUBE CA2M | TWITTER CA2M

Fabulous 2009. Voor het eerst Fabulous bezocht. En ik vond het een erg geslaagd feest. Lekker crowded, kortom ik heb me geen moment verveeld. De sound kwaliteit was prima en ook de verschillende stages met decoratie en visuals waren dik in orde. Verder was de line-up ook erg fraai. Een mooie mix van internationale top dj's en nationale sterren. Waarbij mijn muzikale voorkeur uitging naar wat er op de Paris Cathedral stage, trance in z'n diverse vormen, te horen viel. Compliments voor Extrema en Art of Dance voor het neerzetten van zo'n strak concept. Ik ben bij de diverse stages geweest. Maar was toch vooral aanwezig bij de sets van Menno de Jong, Eddie Halliwell, Erick E en Sied van Riel. Erg leuk was zeker ook de fashion show tijdens de set van Erick E. In deze set vind je daar dan ook materiaal van terug. Veel plezier tijdens het checken van de set, Njoy :) Grtz, Korsjan!

 

Laat je op- en aanmerkingen achter op de foto! Ik hoor het graag van jullie! Hiervoor moet je wel eerst een Flickr-account aanmaken. Doodeenvoudig en erg gemakkelijk allemaal! Een free account is helemaal gratis. Hiermee kun je tot 100 MB of 200 foto's per maand plaatsen op Flickr. Een pro-account kost je nog geen 15 Euro per jaar. En je kunt dan onbeperkt foto's uploaden in elk gewenst formaat.

 

Je foto(s) van Fabulous nabestellen voor maar 1 Euro? Geef het/de fotonummer(s) door. Stuur een mail naar: dutchpartypics@yahoo.com. Daarna volgen de details en stuur ik je via e-mail de high res. foto(s) zonder logo toe!

 

© Dutchpartypics | Korsjan Punt 2009. Powered by Nikon D50/D80 DSLR; Nikon AF-S 18 - 105 mm VR, f: 3.5 - 5.6; Nikon AF-S 55 - 200 mm VR, f 4.0 - 5.6; Nikon AF-S 70 - 300 mm, f 4.0 - 5.6; Tamron XR Di 17 - 35 mm, f 2.8 - 4.0; Tamron SP XR DiII 17 - 50 mm f 2.8; Tamron XR Di 28 - 75 mm, f: 2.8; Sigma Super Wide II 24 mm f 2.8; Sigma EX DC-HSM 10 - 20 mm, f 4.0 - 5.6 and Sigma EX DC Macro 105 mm, f 2.8. Flash: Nikon Speedlight SB600 / Sunpak PF30X, incl. omnibounce. Compact: Panasonic Lumix FX500 and Sony Cybershot DSC-H10

 

NIKON: At the heart of the image! & DUTCHPARTYPICS: Power of Imagination, for Pounding, Vivid Pictures! Make your photos come alive! And... ! Relive your most intense moments, over again!

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pics by Hongo

el laboratorio Urban & art fashion gallery

México DF.

 

tapiz by: +bliss / Flujo visuals 2007

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Fabulous 2009. Voor het eerst Fabulous bezocht. En ik vond het een erg geslaagd feest. Lekker crowded, kortom ik heb me geen moment verveeld. De sound kwaliteit was prima en ook de verschillende stages met decoratie en visuals waren dik in orde. Verder was de line-up ook erg fraai. Een mooie mix van internationale top dj's en nationale sterren. Waarbij mijn muzikale voorkeur uitging naar wat er op de Paris Cathedral stage, trance in z'n diverse vormen, te horen viel. Compliments voor Extrema en Art of Dance voor het neerzetten van zo'n strak concept. Ik ben bij de diverse stages geweest. Maar was toch vooral aanwezig bij de sets van Menno de Jong, Eddie Halliwell, Erick E en Sied van Riel. Erg leuk was zeker ook de fashion show tijdens de set van Erick E. In deze set vind je daar dan ook materiaal van terug. Veel plezier tijdens het checken van de set, Njoy :) Grtz, Korsjan!

 

Laat je op- en aanmerkingen achter op de foto! Ik hoor het graag van jullie! Hiervoor moet je wel eerst een Flickr-account aanmaken. Doodeenvoudig en erg gemakkelijk allemaal! Een free account is helemaal gratis. Hiermee kun je tot 100 MB of 200 foto's per maand plaatsen op Flickr. Een pro-account kost je nog geen 15 Euro per jaar. En je kunt dan onbeperkt foto's uploaden in elk gewenst formaat.

 

Je foto(s) van Fabulous nabestellen voor maar 1 Euro? Geef het/de fotonummer(s) door. Stuur een mail naar: dutchpartypics@yahoo.com. Daarna volgen de details en stuur ik je via e-mail de high res. foto(s) zonder logo toe!

 

© Dutchpartypics | Korsjan Punt 2009. Powered by Nikon D50/D80 DSLR; Nikon AF-S 18 - 105 mm VR, f: 3.5 - 5.6; Nikon AF-S 55 - 200 mm VR, f 4.0 - 5.6; Nikon AF-S 70 - 300 mm, f 4.0 - 5.6; Tamron XR Di 17 - 35 mm, f 2.8 - 4.0; Tamron SP XR DiII 17 - 50 mm f 2.8; Tamron XR Di 28 - 75 mm, f: 2.8; Sigma Super Wide II 24 mm f 2.8; Sigma EX DC-HSM 10 - 20 mm, f 4.0 - 5.6 and Sigma EX DC Macro 105 mm, f 2.8. Flash: Nikon Speedlight SB600 / Sunpak PF30X, incl. omnibounce. Compact: Panasonic Lumix FX500 and Sony Cybershot DSC-H10

 

NIKON: At the heart of the image! & DUTCHPARTYPICS: Power of Imagination, for Pounding, Vivid Pictures! Make your photos come alive! And... ! Relive your most intense moments, over again!

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