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Macro Mondays

Theme: " Crinkled, Wrinkled, Folded or Creased"

Size: Less than 3 x 3 inches

 

My Physiotherapy bands came in handy for this week's theme.

 

The hardest bit in the set up is to arranged the folds...as they tend to flop around and I have to work fast....

Hence not all edges are tack sharp.

 

I stand the randomly folded bands ( yellow and green ) on a raised clear piece of glass.

 

There are 4 light sources...at 1 and 5 O'clock for general lighting and 2 LED back lighting under the glass ...one wrap in an orange coloured plastic bag and the other a blue coloured plastic bag.

 

Many thanks for your visit, kind comments and favs...it is always appreciated..

 

HMM!

After physiotherapy on my hand at the hospital I took a walk around the RISE exhibition at the Canterbury museum, on my way home. Feb 21, 2014 Christchurch New Zealand.

 

www.canterburymuseum.com/news/67/canterbury-museum-announ...

 

"Per quanto lungo, ogni viaggio inizia con il primo passo…"

after physio and acupuncture, only slightly wobbly.

Warszawa, 21.09.2018 r.

Czy twoje dziecko rozwija się prawidłowo? Fizjoterapeutyka w pierwszych latach życia

Wady postawy i schorzenia układu kostno-szkieletowego to coraz częstszy problem wśród dzieci. W wielu przypadkach problemom można zapobiec i ograniczyć pogłębianie się dolegliwości dzięki...

 

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Identifier: journalofradiolo3192radi

Title: Journal of radiology

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: Radiological Society of North America American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

Subjects:

Publisher: Omaha, Neb., : [Radiological Pub. Co.]

Contributing Library: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library

Digitizing Sponsor: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the National Endowment for the Humanities

  

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Fig-. 13.—Pelvic colon, situated near level of creat of ileum. Might be surmisedto be the transverse colon. Cecum and appendix seen above iliac crest. 367 POSITIONAL ANOMALIES OF THE INTESTINAL TRACT—HUBENY

 

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Pig-. 14.—Cecum and portion of ascending colon apparentlyturned up and out upon upper portion of ascending- colon.The appendix is seen near the hepatic flexure. Previousdiagnosis of gall-bladder disease was made. Roentgeno-logical diagnosis of appendicitis was verified. Relief wasobtained. Mo attempt to correct location of the appendixwas made, because it was apparently a case of arresteddevelopment. Potentially, it appears bad. fully trained in embryology he might for in certain in- surmise where to look and what to ob- stances it has been serve, and if not he begins to hunt over proven that an ap- the greater part of the abdomen, with pendix was the dire consequences to the patient. cause of trouble In some cases the first and second and this was only parts of the duodenum are situated discovered after a usually far to the right, and if only a complete gastro- gastric examination is made following intestinal x-ray ex- the ingestion of an opaque meal an amination revealed error in

  

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Warszawa, 21.09.2018 r.

Czy twoje dziecko rozwija się prawidłowo? Fizjoterapeutyka w pierwszych latach życia

Wady postawy i schorzenia układu kostno-szkieletowego to coraz częstszy problem wśród dzieci. W wielu przypadkach problemom można zapobiec i ograniczyć pogłębianie się dolegliwości dzięki...

 

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Identifier: n12archivesofphys03ameruoft

Title: Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Radiological Society of North America

Subjects: Physical therapy

Publisher: [Chicago, etc.]

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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Railiology onosteoporosis canio at an oi)i)ortune timeas I hail two cases uniler observation.One, an injury to the knee, showed os-teoporosis four months after fixation inplaster, ami the other a similar picture. Y<uir sugSstion of treatment isKooii. lioth jiatients are now walking and have improved. 1 have watchedthe development under mobilization, infact the more I mobolize the worse thecondition. (^uite recently Dr. Hoke of Atlantasent an xray and a history with a pos-sible diagnosis of tuberculosis of iheknee. The x-rays show the diffuse os-teoporosis of all the bones of the knee.ioint and in the few weeks since mol)il- BLOOUUOOD ization was discontinued and the pa-tient urged to walk, pain is disap|)ear-ing and function is returning. 1 urge all who see eases of this kindto take an xray picture of all thejoints. In all of my eases so far inves-tigated the ankle joint on the involvedsiile had the same picture of osteoporo-sis as the affected knee. This woublexclude tuberculosis.

 

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Tigs. 7 and 8 (Case 2, Patliol. No. 23881)—Anteroposterior views of normal ana affected tnee fourJ ears after onset.

  

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Identifier: journalofradiolo3192radi

Title: Journal of radiology

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: Radiological Society of North America American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

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Publisher: Omaha, Neb., : [Radiological Pub. Co.]

Contributing Library: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library

Digitizing Sponsor: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the National Endowment for the Humanities

  

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ally a separate table must be pro-vided for the patient to stand upon.Should the radiographic table be usedfor this purpose frequently the patientis too close to the high tension circuit. In the Walters position the dis-comforturc of the patient is eliminated,and the mechanism may be manipulated493 with greater ease and accuracy (seeFig. 1 ). As to final results obtainedin both the standard and Watters posi-tions little can be said. With carefultechnique a perfect plate may be hadin either position. It will be remem-bered, however, that it is not advisableto dispense with the lateral view of the DEPARTMENT OF TECHNIQUE foot in cases of this nature. The lateralview is made with the target centeredover first metatarsal. Conclusions 1. The Watters position is easierto acquire. 2. The patient is always comfort-able. 3. The mechanism is more easilymanipulated. 4. A correct and detailed shadowis obtained. 5. The results are as good, if notbetter, than those obtained by thestandard position.

 

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Tig-. 3—Radiograph of os calcis,Watters position. Fig. 4—Radiograph of os calcis,showing fracture, Watters position. Pig. 5—Radiograph of os calcis,standard position. Treatment of Ulcers Resulting from Radiation of the Cervix OLUGGISH ulcers of the cervix,which frequently follow applicationof radium are very difficult to heal andcause the patient considerable annoy-ance. The treatment of these ulcers hasnot been altogether satisfactory. Re- R. C. FINLAY, M. D.Greenville, Miss. cently, however, I have found that theapplication of a small amount ofpowdered iodoform directly to the ulcerhas given me excellent results. I applythe iodoform powder on a paper trowelthrough a bivalve speculum, after which the vagina is packed with gauze. Ulcerstreated in this manner heal much morequickly than any other method which Ihave tried and the odor is so scarcelynoticeable that it is not objectionable tothe patient. 494 Commercial Exhibit, Annual Meeting From the interest already manifested, it

  

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A week after physiotherapy and my back seems to have agreed to being my friend again. Couldn't get out at lunch time to visit the new location I found yesterday and had a great night watching BBC2's Stargazing live special from Jodrell Bank telescope, this universe is beyond eye and mind candy, it's utterly astonishing, humbling and brain meltingly beautiful...so I had to resort to doing an SP again for my 366 and thought I'd honour my back for getting its act together! Yay!

Identifier: journalofradiolo2192radi

Title: Journal of radiology

Year: 1921 (1920s)

Authors: Radiological Society of North America American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

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Publisher: Omaha, Neb., : [Radiological Pub. Co.]

Contributing Library: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library

Digitizing Sponsor: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the National Endowment for the Humanities

  

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Page Thirty-nine LIVER DUCTS—STEPHENSON

 

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No. 6—One year later. Larger branches again bariumfilled. The X-Ray Diagnosis of the Diseasesof the Alimentary Canal Albert M. Pfeffer. m. d., Wichita, Kans. IN 1895 Roentgen (1) announcedthat the salts of metals, eithersolid or in solution, obstructed thepassage of his new rays. Withintwo months Dutto (2) proposedthe possibility of rendering hollowviscera visible by injecting themwith salts. A month later Becher(3) published a roentgenogramof a dead guinea-pig in which hehad distended the stomach and aloop of small intestine with leadsubacetate. Hemmeter (4) ac-cordingly devised an intragastricbag and proposed that the bag bepushed into the stomach and filledwith lead subacetate, thus enab-ling the shape of the stomach tobe outlined on a roentgenogram.W. B. Cannon (5) of Harvard,at the meeting of the AmericanPhysiological Society in Boston,December. [896, made the firstpublic demonstration of the move-ments of the alimentary canalwhen he exhibited the phenomenaof deglutition by fee

  

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I'm cranky and bored shitless in this physiotherapy center so I'm doing a meme. Brace yourselves.

 

1. If SL disappeared tomorrow it would be ok for me. I'd feel deeply sorry for the people who make their income with it. I'd be pissed off about the thousands of real life dollars I put into my inventory but I'd get over it. The people who mean something to me are available through other channels.

 

2. I never learnt anything useful in SL. I cannot build, texture a prim or script decently. I once modded a door script for Puppy and every time she touched the door she was smashed across the sim. That was fun. For me, not for her.

 

3. I am overly protective of the ones close to me. Family, friends, my fellow plurkers. You know that bullshit some people have in their SL profiles ... 'Touch my sissy and I'll be mad at you'? I don't put that in my profile, I'll simply make your life hell if you fuck with them. Every life. Sometimes those efforts turn out to be a waste of time cause people don't deserve it. It's a learning curve but I can't change the way I am.

 

4. I'm extremely tolerant and I'm terribly opinionated. No, it's not a contradiction. If you feel you need to drag a whore on a leash across a Gorean sim, go for it! Your homeground, your rules (no matter how deeply pathetic I might find you). If you drag the whore on a leash through a sales event you'll be subject to my snotty remarks. There's a time and a place for everything, choose wisely and get off of my lawn.

 

5. I don't take myself serious as a blogger. I do take my blogging serious though. I don't blog for creators, I blog for friends. And I'll do my goddamn best to promote the brands that trust me in every way. However, I delete about 80% of the stuff people drop into my inventory without asking me first cause it's items or brands I just cannot 'feel'. Guess I suck as a blogger in general. But at least I'm loyal to myself.

 

6. I have a girl alt. That showed me how deeply disgusting men in SL can be. It was an interesting lesson cause as a man with somewhat decent pixels I had already learnt how deeply disgusting women in SL can be. Respect the fucking partner box. Speaking of that ... there has always been only one and there will always be only one. Unless they make a separate partner box for hamsters. Then I'll be the first to send a proposal to Miss Creampuff.

 

7. My friends list is (besides three or four business contacts) reserved for exactly that ... friends. I don't inflate my ego over a 100+ names on my list. So I clean it up regularly. If you were one of those who didn't make the cut it's probably cause we were not close enough (which most probably was my own fault). Some, however, will stay on that list forever even if they have already left SL or we never talk. Just because they belong there.

Identifier: journalofradiolo2192radi

Title: Journal of radiology

Year: 1921 (1920s)

Authors: Radiological Society of North America American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

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Publisher: Omaha, Neb., : [Radiological Pub. Co.]

Contributing Library: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library

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nscious, and given nomedical attention. Scalp healed in two months with noother symptoms. Six years ago had attack with left side,became stiff and fell over unconscious for hour. Since hashad pain in right side of head. Had four other attacks,lasting about fifteen minutes. Attacks began with sensa-tion in left big toe, followed by paralyzed sensation of leg.Diagnosed epileptic by neurologist. Has been taking-bromides. Physical Examination: Negative. Roentgen Findings: Metallic substance (knife blade),penetrating* the brain, in posterior part of temporal bone,nearly in median line, and slightly on right side. Brokenoff flush with cranium. Operative Findings: Found piece of knife blade in sheathof longitudinal sinus, with point in brain substance. Subsequent History: December, 1920. General conditiongood. Pain in left leg continued for a time after operationand then gradually disappeared. Two years now sinceoperation, and no return of epileptic symptoms. 107 L08 THE JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY

 

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Anterior posterior view of head showing piece of knife blade in cortex pointing toward right side. (ASK REPORTS 109

  

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Identifier: n09archivesofphys03ameruoft

Title: Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Radiological Society of North America

Subjects: Physical therapy

Publisher: [Chicago, etc.]

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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p;. a o «o 2 a K ists ^■s p. 3i5s5

 

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rig. 21.—ThiB reveals location of opaque meal six hoursafter Inerestion Sliows cecum and ascenclintr colon nearmedian line. Boentgenologrical diag-noBls of appendicitiswas surgically verified. Belief was obtained. See Tig. 22. 370 rig-. 22.—Opaque enema. This definitely verified previousexamination. See Fig. 21. POSITIONAL ANOMALIES OF THE INTESTINAL TRACT—HUBENY

  

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Old physiotherapy school in west Germany

Edgewater Physiotherapy offer a targeted clinical pilates program. Based on assessment findings, each individual client is given their own program in order to achieve optimal results. Visit edgewaterphysiotherapy.net.au for more information.

Warszawa, 21.09.2018 r.

Czy twoje dziecko rozwija się prawidłowo? Fizjoterapeutyka w pierwszych latach życia

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Czy twoje dziecko rozwija się prawidłowo? Fizjoterapeutyka w pierwszych latach życia

Wady postawy i schorzenia układu kostno-szkieletowego to coraz częstszy problem wśród dzieci. W wielu przypadkach problemom można zapobiec i ograniczyć pogłębianie się dolegliwości dzięki...

 

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Identifier: archivesofphysic04ameruoft

Title: Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Radiological Society of North America

Subjects: Physical therapy

Publisher: [Chicago, etc.]

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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lm surfaceIS peculiaily arranged; and that thestereoscopic fusion of mate roentgeno-grams demands a distribution of illumi-nation equivalent to the distribution ofthe radiation utilized in procuring theroentgenograms. Any other distri-bution of illuminant source will furnishan illusion of relief which is wholly dif-ferent from the correct stereoscopicvalue of the view. Under the means at present utilizedin producing stereoroentgenograms,therefore, the formula for the physio-logically correct distribution of illumi-nant employed for visualization is defi-nitely fixed, as shown in Figure 2,where, in the diagram, the sketch at theleft represents the x-ray intensity dis-tribution over a film; and the sketchon the right represents the correct dis-tribution of illuminant for proper physi-ologic stereovision as distinguishedfrom spurious relief. Around this fundamental principle anew departure in stereoscopic design hasled to the creation of a novel means PRIXCIPLES OF STKREOVISION—W.AXnfo

 

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securing true physiologic stereo-vision as applied to x-ray endeavorAside from a mechanical design tha.lends itself to facility of use. the newinstrument furnishes two unique assets. First, a distribution of illuminationmathematically coincident with the dis-tribution of x-ray intensity on a planefurface. This is secured, in the stereo-scope, by a centrally placed light sourcearound which there are grouped reflect-ing walls of such design as to distributethe light on the opalite glass with ac-curate reproduction of the desiredformula. Then, a rheostat control that grad-ually increases or diminishes the in-tensity of the light until the individ-ual or subjective physiologic require-ment IS obtained by the observer. With this interestingly evolved in-strument of accuracy- the elementsof objective stereovision in roentgenog-raphy are perfected; and there remainsonly to determine the individual sub-jective factor, which is accomplishedm this fashion: A wax model object, or adequatesubstit

  

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Neurorehabilitation clinic Dubai: Neuro rehabilitation service at Korehab Clinic specializes in the treatment of patients with neurological disorders. Our services include Neuro Physiotherapy, Neuro Developmental therapy, Stroke physiotherapy, Stroke rehabilitation & Multiple Sclerosis therapy Dubai.

this is part 2 of the physiotherapy project with sara

 

The m. trapezius is a large superficial muscle that extends longitudinally from the occipital bone to the lower thoracic vertebrae and laterally to the spine of the scapula (shoulder blade). Its functions are to move the scapulae and support the arm.

 

origin:

external occipital protuberance, nuchal ligament, medial superior nuchal line, spinous processes of vertebrae C7-T12

 

insertion:

lateral third of clavicle, acromion process, and spine of scapula

 

action:

rotation, retraction, elevation, and depression of scapula

 

It is possible to feel the muscles of the superior trapezius become active by holding a weight in one hand in front of the body and, with the other hand, touching the area between the shoulder and the neck.

Since 15 years I go to physiotherapy, at the beginning twice a week, now once a week, on Mondays. It is a great "LIttle Thing" for me - helpful and also fun!

Seit 15 Jahren gehen ich zur Physiotherapie, anfangs 2mal, jetzt 1mal die Woche. Das ist ein grossartiges "Little Thing" für mich - jeden Montag - hilfreich und macht auch Spass!

Identifier: journalofradiolo3192radi

Title: Journal of radiology

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: Radiological Society of North America American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

Subjects:

Publisher: Omaha, Neb., : [Radiological Pub. Co.]

Contributing Library: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library

Digitizing Sponsor: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the National Endowment for the Humanities

  

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sorption. When a ray of ultraviolet radiationtraverses an absorbing substance, a cer-tain proportion is absorbed. The pro-portion is independent of the originalintensity; the amount absorbed is pro-portional only to the incident intensity.Also, the amount absorbed is the quan-tity represented by the equation:Io — 1A = io Where A = amount absorbed; In = incident intensity;I = amount transmitted.Or, in another form, the transparencyconstant of a substance may be ex-pressed as: I = T Io Where T is the transparency. Now,it follows that in a homogeneousmedium, and with monochromatic light,if the thickness increases in algebraicalproportion, the light transmitted de-creases in geometrical progression. Sup-pose I be the intensity of a small layertraversed by ultraviolet, d c, then—d I = K I d c On integration, this gives, when Io isthe original intensity and d the totalthickness— I = I o c — k d the constant depending upon the nature RIG. COOutO MfcRA ULTftft VICuOMGf YfRVE LEWCjTHS)

 

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90 -tOO«- of the substance and the wave length ofthe ultraviolet energy. Beers LawIt was deduced by Beer that ab-sorption is the same function of theconcentration of a dispersed absorbingsubstance as of the thickness of a singlesubstance. The material upon whichthis law was propounded is rather in-adequate ; the law having in some in-stances been confirmed, in others not.In the case of solutions, the situationis about as follows: Solutions may bemolecular dispersoids or lower degreedispersoids, being in the first case truesolutions, in the latter, colloidal solu-tions (Ostwald). Differences in con-centration of the solution should notaffect the condition of the dispersedsubstance in order that the law mightbe valid; and this situation, in the caseof biologic fluids, does not at all ob-tain. In solutions, the absorption is in-fluenced by a number of factors, as forinstance, 1. Changing concentration of thesolvent (blood stream before or aftera meal). 2. Influence of temperature (as in

  

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Identifier: journalofradiolo3192radi

Title: Journal of radiology

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: Radiological Society of North America American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

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Publisher: Omaha, Neb., : [Radiological Pub. Co.]

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Figure III.—(a)—Dr. Chas. Cunning-hams patient. Epithelioma of the en-tire lower lip. Followed an injury by the limb of a tree five years pre-viously. No lymph nodes palpable. Treated by radium because destructionwould have involved the loss of the entire lower lip. Figure III.— (b)—Treated last on February 3, 1920. Still well November,1921. !

 

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Figure IV—(a) and (b)—Drs. Deemer and Dachtlers patient. Durationtwelve years. Had been treated previously by the x-rays. Epithelioma in-volved two-thirds of the lower lip, one-third of the upper lip, the insideof the cheek to the angle of the jaw. No palpable lymph nodes, probablybecause of the previous radiation treatment. Destroyed by electro-coagula-tion January 20, 1913 with application of radium inside the mouth andx-ray treatment over the wound and submaxillary region.Figure IV.— (c)—Showing wound healed after extensive electro-coagula-tion. Defect was then about one-half of what it was at the time of thedestruction. Figure IV.— (d)—April 20, 1914, after closure of the mouth by Dr. Laplace.Still well May 4, 1921, and probably today, eight years after combinedtreatments. lest a false security may lead one toneglect true malignant disease. The following conclusions may bedrawn: 1. Any fissure or crust on the lipwhich lasts over a month should leadone to suspect malign

  

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Our specialists use physiotherapy to treat a variety of chronic health conditions. Contact east- Shore Health Care to avail the amazing health care services.https://www.eastshorepainrelief.com/contact/

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Back into the garage to spin some lights. As with all of my physiongrams, they are a homage to me ole mate Jules who got me started on these last winter. So glad he did! Check out his stream if you get the chance - his physiograms are simply out of this world.

 

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Light Painting / Single Long Exposure

 

Project 366:

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