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That building you see there is the Viceroy Hotel and Spa Miami but it is known by the name of "W Miami" I do not know why.

W Miami, formerly Viceroy Miami, is a luxury hotel located in Brickell, Miami and part of the three-tower mixed-use Icon Brickell complex. The hotel, located at 485 Brickell Avenue, opened in 2009 and contains several restaurants, pools, and lounges.


Qatari hospitality investment firm Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Company (ARTIC), wholly owned subsidiary of Al Faisal Holding, acquired the Viceroy Miami hotel in June 2016 for $ 64.5 million. Following the sale, the hotel was rebranded to Starwood Hotels and Resort Worldwide's W Miami.

The hotel opened in 2009 and was designed by Arquitectonica, Miami-based international architecture, interior design, and urban planning company. In 2011, the Viceroy was bought by Pebblebrook Hotel Trust for $ 36.5 million.


W Miami is one of three towers in the Icon Brickell project. The 10 acre development is located on the waterfront property in the Brickell neighborhood of Greater Downtown Miami. Located in Tower 3, W Miami, consists of 148 rooms and suites, 5 commercial units, and 38 condominium units in the 50-story building.


W Miami is best known for its rooftop cocktail lounge on the 50th floor, the signature W Living Room on the hotel's 15th floor, and Florida's largest infinity pool also located on the rooftop.


"(I use here the Fisheye Converter VCL-ECF1)"

Colors are weird cuz my chemicals for developing film were going bad, I think.

Lisbon, somewhere indoors


Lomo LC-A

DM Paradies 200asa (rebranded kodak)

Salvation Mountain, Niland, CA.

Hewitts Dairy Bar, somewhere in Southern Ontario August 2006

Fuji rebranded 400 ISO , lab processed and scanned to CD


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One of the last Hillman badged examples before these were rebranded as Chrysler, and then eventually Talbot, by which point it was hideously out of date. This example hasn't been taxed since 2009, which seems a shame for a car which hasn't survived incredibly well, I think every single Avenger I have seen since (only two others might I add) have been in a state of disuse. Not an easy photo to take, outside a school!

Used windlight TOR Midday - rebranded skies / east angle 6:49 angle of sun 060


Blog post on Adoro Fashion

This years Spa Expresses have been rebranded as the Seaside flyer and will be diesel hauled for the rest of this year .47580 leaves Scarboro on 12-8-14 complete with smiley sun logo on its head code box

Detail shot of a train car. This is the IDE.

Sam Sniderman 1920 - 2012.. Godspeed Sam. LINK

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I used the money my parents gave me for Christmas to get a Spinner 360.


First roll through it, tried to develop it myself. No spots this time but I think the chemicals were too warm, everything came out like it was all overexposed.


Taken in the basketball court in our apartment complex.


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rebranded forreal this time >.< its been a long summer, don't blame me.


*. the lima bean house

» 14 land impact

» modify & copy

» 100% mesh


{ decor in photo not included }


For The Neighbourhood Saturday 8/23/14

@ Mainstore: Little%20Hearts/85/195/26

Rebranded DB Cargo UK Class 67. no 67013 stands at Newcastle with Class 43 power car no. 43320 at the rear. Seen here at Newcastle working 0Z67 - Neville Hill to Craigentinny

Mamiya C330 S and Sekor 80mm f/2.8


Arista EDU Ultra 100 developed in Xtol (1:1)

Verion 7.0 of Somber Lut rebranded.

Zeiss Ikon Contaflex IV with Carl Zeiss 50mm Tessar (both circa. 1958). Arista Premium 100 (rebranded Kodak Plus X). Nikon 9000 scanner.


I love this old camera. It's small (like a rangefinder), light, and takes pretty good pictures. On this day, however, the selenium meter struggled. It overexposed almost every shot.

In light more redolent of autumn than mid-August, silver-roofed Brush Type 4 47 580 'County of Essex' crosses Bootham Stray with IT39, the 17.00 Scarborough-York via Wakefield charter, the return leg of the 'Seaside Flyer'. With no hope of a fire risk-inspired Network Rail steam ban being lifted, operator West Coast Railways has hastily rebranded what was the 'Scarborough Spa Express'. According to the West Coast Railways website, "other than steam the service remains unchanged." Will anyone buy that?! @17.49

I'm Ugly - "Anchor Hitched"

Camera: Lomography Belair X 6-12, Belairgon 90mm, Dual Image Filter. Film: Lomography Slide Xpro 200, home-crossprocessed with the Rollei Digibase C41 kit.


The film is a rebranded Rollei Crossbird.

An Eagle made out of old cutlery — knives, forks and spoons. Shot is taken at the main square in Zagreb.


Taken with Nikon F3, Nikkor 105mm f/2.5 AI-s with red filter on expired DM Paradies 200 film (rebranded Fujicolor C200).


Scanned with Minolta Scan Elite II using VueScan 9 and converted to B&W using PS CS6.

Rocketdyne's H-1 is a 205,000 lbf (910 kN) thrust liquid-propellant rocket engine burning LOX and RP-1. The H-1 was developed for use in the S-IB first stage of the Saturn I and Saturn IB rockets, where it was used in clusters of eight engines. After the Apollo program, surplus H-1 engines were rebranded and reworked as the Rocketdyne RS-27 engine with first usage on the Delta 2000 series in 1974.


Saturn started as a paper project to meet a new US Department of Defense requirement for a heavy-lift vehicle able to lift 10,000 to 40,000 pounds into low earth orbit (LEO), or accelerating 6,000 to 12,000 lbs to escape velocity. Existing launchers might be extended to reach 10,000 lbs to LEO, far below the requirements. A new and much larger design was needed, and in April 1957, Wernher von Braun handed the preliminary design task to Heinz-Hermann Koelle.


Koelle's solution to reducing the development time was to use a cluster of fuel tanks from Redstone and Jupiter missiles, sit them on top of a single thrust plate, and then attach the required engines to the bottom of the plate. Calculations demonstrated that a total thrust of about 1 million pounds would be needed, greatly limiting their engine selection. Looking for suitable designs, Koelle learned of the E-1 from Rocketdyne's George Sutton. Rocketdyne was developing this 400,000 lbf (1,800 kN) engine for the Titan missile, and it was the largest engine nearing introduction within the time frame that ARPA gave Wernher von Braun to develop what was then known as the "Juno V". The E-1 had originally been developed as a backup engine for the Titan missile, designed specifically to be as simple to develop as possible, in case the Aerojet General LR-87 did not pan out.


The launch of Sputnik that October led to rapid changes in the US rocketry establishment. In order to demonstrate peaceful intent, the US decided to spin out its various non-military rocketry programs to a new agency, which would evolve as NASA. As the Army had lost interest in large rockets, they agreed to turn over von Braun's ABMA team to NASA, becoming the Marshall Space Flight Center. The handover would take place in 1960.


Shortly after these plans were made, in July 1958 ARPA visited ABMA and told von Braun that they still had $10 million in their budget to spend before the handover, and asked if there was any way to effectively use the money. Von Braun called in Koelle and showed them a model of the Juno V, but the ARPA visitors noted that the E-1 engine wouldn't be ready by 1960. Brainstorming, they decided that the best approach was to make a minor upgrade to Rocketdyne's existing S-3D engines to boost them from 1,750,000 lbf (7,800 kN) to 200,000 lbf (890 kN), and use eight of these engines instead of four E-1s.


When Koelle returned to Rocketdyne looking for an upgraded version of the S-3D, they instead presented the X-1 and suggested it be used in place of a further upgrade to the S-3. Although experimental, the X-1 was already in the right thrust range and ready for full development. A contract for development was tendered on 15 August 1958, and by early 1959 the name had changed from Juno to Saturn, referring to the succession as the planet after Jupiter, the Jupiter missile being the previous ABMA design.

This is 59101 carrying the experimental 'yellow' ARC livery that was only ever used on this loco.A few years later all the ARC-fleet including this one became 'Hanson-Blue' and remain so in 2017.Here it is passing Great Cheverell on the B&H with '7C77' the Acton to Merehead empties.Note the bogie hopper wagons were already rebranded as Hanson.

----22 september 1999----


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Sears KSX (Ricoh A-100)

SMC Pentax-A 50mm f/2


D76 Stock 20° 7'30'

Epson V550 scan

Colors are weird cuz my chemicals for developing film were going bad, I think.

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Crown Graphic | 135mm f/4.7 Optar (wide open/titled) | Arista/Foma 100 (@80) | R60 filter | Grad ND filter | Rodinal (1:50)


The large format adventure continues.


When I woke up yesterday morning and looked out the window and saw all of the puffy cumulus clouds racing across the sky, I knew I had to get out into the windy city and shoot. For me, the recipe for an interesting urban landscape is:


- 1 part clouds, preferably cumulus or cumulonimbus (thunder heads); not too heavy

- 1 part wind, though not too strong (a gust knocked over my camera yesterday)

- 2 parts interesting light (can't get enough good light)

- A dash of patience/luck

- 2 or 3 filters, here, a red filter to separate the blue sky and the clouds (darkens the blue) and a graduated neutral density to further darken the sky and bring the exposure of the sky down a bit; a larger problem with digital's narrower dynamic range; not so much for film, luckily

- 1 part interesting subject


Gosh, I can't believe I just made a "recipe" for a good photograph. What a hack. Anyway, I'm trying a new film for my 4x5 work. I was using Ilford HP5+, which is nice, but a bit too grainy and expensive for me. 99% of my large format work will be on a tripod, so why not use a slower film. Note, the HP5's grain was not horrible, at this size, you'd have to be pushing Tri-x in Rodinal to get noticeable grain, but I wanted as little grain as possible. To get that, I'd have to shoot a new emulsion like Acros or Delta or TMax, which are all out of my price range. Enter: Arista EDU Ultra, Freestyle Photo's house brand film, a rebranded Foma from the Czech Republic. It's an old emulsion, so it's going to be grainier than the above-mentioned films, but hopefully less-so than HP5. It's also less than half the price of HP5 or almost any other film. Plus, I can develop it using 10ml of Rodinal, which makes my developer go a long ways, especially if I'm only developing 2-4 sheets per time. 250ml of XTOL goes pretty quickly with frequent tray developing, even if it is cheap. The bottom line is that I get to shoot a classic emulsion for way less than $1 per sheet. Not bad. I've heard that this film curls a lot, but in 4x5", the film is physically too big to curl, unlike 120 or, heaven forbid, 35mm. I just laid the sheet on the scanner, didn't even put a piece of glass over it!


So I'm really digging the film and the fact that I can use my old Nikon 52mm diameter filters with the adapter I cobbled together. This includes a Cokin graduated ND filter which suits the slow photography I'm doing better than 35mm snaps with the big contraption strapped to the front of the lens. Here's my new slow photography workflow:

- Hem and haw about where to go shoot for the day (10min. to the entire day if I'm really indecisive)

- Go to location

- Find the shot (this is the most important step)

- Set up tripod

- Affix camera, level

- Open up the lens

- Put old oxford cloth button down shirt on over ground glass

- frame and focus and employ movements (I tilted and did a front lift here)

- meter (incident meter; the scene was front lit, so I figured that would be ok. I'm not fancy enough to do zone with a spot, though I carry a digital camera as a spot meter or to double check exposure)

- choose initial exposure and aperture

- decide to use filters or not

- adjust exposure for filters (why it's good to carry a small notebook for calculations and to write down exposure comps for filters, etc.)

- adjust exposure for reciprocity failure for longer exposures

- install filters onto adapter ring, place on lens along with hood, if necessary

- close lens, test shutter, put on cable release

- cock lens

- pull out film, install

- double check lens to make sure it's closed

- pull out dark slide

- look at scene (no people or cars or other distracting elements, if possible)

- press shutter

- put in dark slide

- tear down or make another exposure


It's a pretty deliberate process, but it means that a higher percentage of my shots become keepers because I'm so invested in each exposure.


All analog all day.


Kyocera Contax T2


From the first testfilm with the "normal" T2.


Flowers at the closest possible distance for the autofocus.




Film DM Paradies 200 (rebranded Kodak 200).


Scanner Plustek Opticfilm 120, scanned at 2650 pixels/inch. Downscaled to image width 2048 pixels.


IJMUIDEN - In Europe is Tata Steel one of the largest steel producers. Tata Steel in Europe was formerly known as Corus and rebranded as Tata Steel in 2010.


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It's been some years since snow has fallen this early in Bulgaria. One of BDZ Cargo's repainted/rebranded horses 43 532 is a banking machine on an international intermodal and waits for the green at the station of Vakarel.

In 1983 Salford City Council acquired parts of the docks covering 220 acres (90 ha) from the Manchester Ship Canal Company with the aid of a derelict land grant. The area was rebranded as Salford Quays and redevelopment by Urban Waterside began in 1985 under the Salford Quays Development Plan.

Pentax K1000, 35mm Walgreens Brand 400 (rebranded Fuji 400). 21 Jan 2012.

Atlantic Petroleum was founded in Philadelphia in 1866 and was purchased nearly a decade later by John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil. The Standard Oil Trust assigned territories to each of its acquired companies with Atlantic's encompassing parts of Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. After the Standard Oil Trust was broken up in 1911, Atlantic believed it would have more marketing power by returning to its original name--one of the few Standard Oil companies to do so. For the next half century, Atlantic expanded westward marketing its "premium oil" and "imperial gas." We were unable to date the pumps depicted in this image, but they were most likely installed prior to Atlantic's merger with Richfield Oil in 1966. The merged company was rebranded as ARCO. This station is located in central Minnesota.

67030 passes Doncaster with a East Coast failure running from Belford to Bounds Green on 2nd January 2015. 91125 was on the rear.

In 1997 EWS was sold to Deutsche Bahn. In January 2009 the company was officially rebranded as DB Dchenker.......6 years ago and you wouldn't even know......

Verion 7.0 of Somber Lut rebranded.

Rolleiflex 2.8F


Arista EDU Ultra 100 developed in Xtol (1:1)

Reinvented..rebranded...its amazing what a nice view can achieve. Sat looking at the stunning view from Caton Moor windfarm, I decided to change my flickr screen name, the old one wasn't doing it for me.


So 'These * Are * My * Photons' it is. I also decided to add a watermark to my images, I have never thought of it as a good idea before, but its a way of people knowing that its your work, I'm still not sure about watermarking...but I think that it looks okay for now.


This image is an HDR pano, the lighting and those clouds were just so great, I'm happy that the image captured it well. The metal object is some kind of sheep feeder, in fact there are sheep everywhere around the windfarm and when I needed a foreground object...there was the metal thing! Haha!


Taken with my trusty Pentax Kr and my pentax 35mm 2.4 prime lens.



-The kiwifruit or Chinese gooseberry (sometimes shortened to kiwi outside New Zealand), is the edible berry of a woody vine in the genus Actinidia.

Kiwifruit is native to northern China. Other species of Actinidia are native to India, Japan, and southeastern Siberia.


Cultivation of the fuzzy kiwifruit spread from China in the early 20th century to New Zealand, where the first commercial plantings occurred. The fruit was called "yang tao", but was changed to "Chinese gooseberry" by the New Zealanders. It proved popular with American servicemen in New Zealand during World War II. Because of this, the fruit was exported to California using the names "Chinese gooseberry" and "melonette". Because the California-based importer rejected these names, the fruit was rebranded "kiwifruit" because of its resemblance to the New Zealand kiwi bird.

Kiwifruit has since become a common name for all commercially grown fruit from the genus Actinidia.

Kiwifruit is a rich source of vitamin C and vitamin K, and a good source of dietary fiber and vitamin E.The fruit and skin contain flavonoids, actinidain, and adhered pollen, which may produce irritation in the mouth and throat of some allergic individuals.

Kiwifruit seed oil contains on average 62% alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid. Usually a medium size kiwifruit provides about 46 calories,0.3 g fat, 1 g protein, 11 g carbohydrates, and 2.6 g dietary fiber found partly in the edible skin. Kiwifruit is often reported to have mild laxative effects, due to its significant levels of dietary fiber.

Kiwifruit contains carotenoids, such as provitamin A beta-carotene,lutein and zeaxanthin.

Kiwifruit components, possibly involving vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids from its numerous edible seeds, have potential properties of a natural blood thinner. Consuming two to three kiwifruit daily for 28 days significantly reduced platelet aggregation and blood triglyceride levels (similar to popular mainstream aspirin therapy), potentially reducing the risk of blood clots.-



Behind this fence is a candy ice cream wholesale place. For ice cream trucks to stock up at.


On Broadway in Vernon, CA. From an afternoon photo walk with lavocado in south central L.A.

Pentax K1000, 35mm Walgreens 400 (rebranded Fuji). 19 Oct 2012.


Held a 30mm Holga Macro Lens over the SMC Pentax-A 50mm f2 lens.


Scanned negative with Epson V500.

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