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Coming to the end of the event photo... Although the recent upload is only less than 5% of the total shot, ( I took about 4 thousand photos ) I can't upload all... I will upload it along the way...
For chinese dinner, the cold dish is usually the 1st dish to serve to the table... during that night, hundred's of 'cold dish' was prepare for the paryer... About 1800 people was having dinner together that night...
Last Friday it was the perfect night for star trailing, not a single cloud in sight and no condensation but chillingly cold in the middle of the field.
found this while looking for something else, turns out this is what i needed.
I was putting dishes away and the little stack of bowls in my cupboard made me so happy I just had to pull them out and take a photo of them.
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The apple dish was a house warming gift from my sister many years ago. I love it!
Taken with iPad camera, tweaked with Snapseed & Photoshop elements 8.
RealitySoSubtle 141 pinhole camera, f233, film Lomography Slide X-pro 200, exposure time 10 sec, selfdeveloped, crossprocessed
art glass detail
san francisco, california
Apparently, ancient civilizations used to use these stone satellite dishes to detect an incoming UFO invasion. Maybe that's why most of the Native Americans seemed to disappear from northern Arizona around 800 years ago. I guess the dishes didn't work. They must have been abducted by aliens.
Anyway... This is from the trip up to Page that Jill and I took a month or so ago. These white hoodoos are kind of off the beaten path, out in the middle of nowhere, around the Utah/Arizona border.
This is another shot from the other night, drove to the other side of the country for these aha.
From what I've heard these are left on old RAF site.
This is stacked under full moon :) no real editing other than stack.
One dish firing slightly off left of the camera top down from 2 feet above head
The four WWII radar and listening dishes near the village of Stenigot high in the Lincolnshire Wolds. These dishes were once listening out for the distant sounds of the enemy in the war and then also during their time as a NATO defence post. They are now no longer in operation and have been left almost in situ, although taken off their supports and left on the field, the live amongst the sheep and the bull....