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When I'm at work, ya, I always rush right home for lunch
So I can check out what's up on the Brady Bunch
And when I'm walking through the front door at night
I gotta see who's winning on The Price is Right, oh
I never dreamed that I'd spend my days
Staring at some tube emitting cathode rays
I need my TV
La La La
" TV " - Blink 182
De todas formas no quede conforme...
[A quien podría contar lo apretada que está mi voz. Vivo como un zombi, como en gris, como de roca, como en agua fría. Si te contara te reirías y llorarías como un muñeco
Mucha, mucha, mucha tele, Mucha, mucha, mucha pantalla, Mucha, mucha, mucha mentira, Mucho, mucho, mucho calor, Hay algún sinónimo, un adjetivo calificativo que explique esto, Yo yo yo yo yo yo no soy de fierro, no soy de plástico soy real, soy de carne y hueso, Mucha, mucha, mucha tele, Mucha, mucha, mucha pantalla, Mucha, mucha, mucha mentira, Mucho, mucho, mucho calor, Mucha, mucha, mucha tele, mucha, mucha, mucha pantalla, Mucha, mucha, mucha mentira, Mucho, mucho, mucho dolor]
TV is way more fascinating from the inside than from the screen.
Taken during an interview for a local channel.
The TV Tower in Žižkov was built between 1985 and 1992 according to the design of Ing. Arch.Václav Aulický and Dr. Ing. Jiří Kozák. Despite critical reactions of local residents who pointed to the contrast of high-tech architecture and the historic neighborhood of Zizkov, the tower was completed. Today, the tower is recognised as a dominant feature of The Prague panorama.
In the years of 2011-2012 the tower undertook a complete refurbishment of its interior. A team of renowned Czech architects and artists were assigned to design the new space and create an interactive environment. The TV Tower was renamed the TOWER PARK PRAHA.
The television transmitter tower is from a technical point of view very unique – the Tower oscillations are eliminated with special pendulums inside the structure, which consists of 3 cylindrical steel tubes and 9 cabins. In these tubes there are situated three cabins, the first at a height of 66 meters, the next one is the Observation cabin at a height of 93 meters and the highest located is the broadcast technology cabin. The base of the building is located at a depth of 15 meters below the surface. The tubes of the tower reach a height of 134 meters.
Since 2000, the babies have become a characteristic part of the tower, namely ten giant babies climbing the tower up and down. The fiberglass sculptures called Miminka (Babies) were originally placed there only temporarily, but they became so popular that they were permanently installed on the tower.
If your comment concerns the watermark here, then just get the fuck out.
No group awards !!!
Just a simple indoor TV antenna. They can still be useful :)
Here's the photo of the TV:
Diese witzige Aufnahme wollte ich euch nicht vorenthalten. Pippa schaut mit Hingabe eine Videoaufnahme von Natalie´s Henry. Sie ist schwer begeistert.
Pippa hat sich zu einem richtigen kleinen TV-Junkie entwickelt. Wenn ich ins Wohnszimmer gehe, folgt sie mir und setzt sich mittlerweile demonstrativ vor den Fernseher, so nach dem Motte: "jetzt schmeiß die Kiste schon an". Und sie guckt ausdauernd. :-)
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For Macro Monday Group Theme on 3rd June
Currently showing on UK TV at the moment.... Springwatch!
Careten shadows on tv were taken by multi shots, canon eos 550d, may 2013
tv tower and the so called "Rotes Rathaus" (town hall) on the right side
Alveg týpískt...ekkert í sjónvarpinu.....
Typical...nothing on Tv....
Alles Gute zum 60. Geburtstag, Nina Hagen!
"Ich kann mich gar nicht entscheiden... ist alles so schön bunt hier!"
(Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm 1:1.4, f/1.4)
- Nina Hagen celebrates today her 60. birthday. -
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Jenny and I were relaxing by the campfire on my farm in the Little Karoo shortly after sunset on Saturday evening… when suddenly the clouds exploded with colour!
While we were staring up at the sky and watching the colours intensify, I turned to Jenny and said… “don’t you agree that this is better than TV?”
Then the photographer in me jumped into action! I sprinted the 100 (or so) meters to the cottage… grabbed my camera and tripod… climbed the stairs to the wooden sundowner-deck… and captured the two images that make up this Vertorama. I’m very glad I did manage to capture it… this was one of the best light-shows that I can ever remember seeing!
Nikon D300, Sigma 18-200mm at 25mm, aperture of f8, with a 1/13th second exposure.
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Click here to check out my Vertorama tutorial.