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National Flags Never Tasted This Good

National Flags Never Tasted This Good

le subliminal Where Science, Art and Photography Intersect (25 photos) Silhouette with Matches Caleb Charland demonstrates lessons in physics and mathematics with his mind-blowing photography. Inspired by children's books of science experiments, he photographs everyday objects (like matches, pens and mirrors) in ways we've never imagined, often using multiple exposures to tell the story. For example, in Fifteen Hours, the last photo in this set, Charland used 15 exposures to show how the flame of a dinner candle beautifully burns down. In still others, like in Cube with Rule and Penlight, Caleb Charland sits in pitch black darkness and, with a penlight in his hand, traces the shape of a cube along a ruler. I caught up with Charland to ask him a few questions about his work. The beauty of it all is that there's an honesty to Charland's work. “I guess you could do it in Photoshop a lot quicker and easier but I enjoy the analog process” says Charland, “there is something to working within limits.” Cube with Ruler and Penlight Arcs with Arms and Candles Three Jars

Good Mood Foods – ELLE For a Tough Workout: Studies show that a jolt of java an hour or so before exercise increases endurance. Low-fat chocolate milk , meanwhile, makes for an excellent post-workout recovery drink: Its protein-to-carb ratio is ideal for repairing and strengthening muscles. Before a Presentation: Settle your nerves with oatmeal , which will keep your blood sugar stable. Still feeling frazzled? The vitamin C in oranges reduces the stress hormone cortisol. To Get in the Mood: Forget oysters. Before Bed: Anyone who has feasted for Thanksgiving knows turkey can induce some serious sleepiness, but bananas contain the same snooze-chemical, tryptophan. Photos: Getty Images

The Artvertiser La mesa de luz » El volcán Puyehue El volcán Puyehue A cloud of ash billowing from Puyehue volcano near Osorno in southern Chile, 870 km south of Santiago, on June 5, 2011. Puyehue volcano erupted for the first time in half a century on June 4, 2011, prompting evacuations for 3,500 people as it sent a cloud of ash that reached Argentina. The National Service of Geology and Mining said the explosion that sparked the eruption also produced a column of gas 10 kilometers (six miles) high, hours after warning of strong seismic activity in the area. AFP PHOTO/CLAUDIO SANTANA A 500 millas de Santiago de Chile ha entrado en erupción el volcán Puyehue obligando a la evacuación de miles de personas. Al margen de la tragedia, las imágenes que nos han llegado son realmente impactantes. Ya mostré hace unos días imágenes aéreas de las inundaciones en los USA que daban como resultado un bonito cuadro abstracto. Lightning bolts strike around the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic chain near southern Osorno city June 5, 2011. SCH27. SCH16.

The Finger Test to Check the Doneness of Meat Print Photography Credit: Elise Bauer There are two basic methods to test for how done your meat is while you are cooking it—use a meat thermometer, or press on the meat with your fingertips. My mother has been trying to get me to test meat with my fingertips for years, and for years, being somewhat of a scaredy cat (won’t it burn my fingers?) Then my friend David showed me up. Now the point of this story is not to embarrass David (though that would be fun, if it were even possible) but to encourage you, if like me, you’ve been shying away from trying this approach. This is one of those things that gets easier with practice. MethodHide Photos Open the palm of your hand. Now gently press the tip of your pinky and your thumb together. Press the tip of your ring finger and your thumb together. Gently press the tip of your middle finger to the tip of your thumb. Press the tip of your index finger to the tip of your thumb. Hello!

Early 1900s in Colour - All around the world All around the world - Franny Wentzel - Thursday, May 6th, 2010 : goo [previous] :: [next] In the early part of the 20th century French-Jewish capitalist Albert Kahn set about to collect a photographic record of the world, the images were held in an 'Archive of the Planet'. Before the 1929 stock market crash he was able to amass a collection of 180,000 metres of b/w film and more than 72,000 autochrome plates, the first industrial process for true colour photography www.albert-kahn.fr/english/ Autochrome was the first industrial process for true colour photography. www.albertkahn.co.uk A few photos from the collection. Portraits Algeria Dahomey - now Benin Bosnia Brasil Bulgaria Cambodia Canada China Croatia Dijbouti Egypt England France Germany Greece Holland India Iran Iraq Ireland Italy King Faisal Lebenon Macedonia Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Norway Palestine Serbia Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Syria Turkey United States of America Vietnam This article has been viewed 3311213 times in the last 4 years dglenn: Fantastic!!

Built to kill - 40 breathtaking closeup photographs of animals Built to kill – 40 breathtaking closeup photographs of animals Posted by Richie on Wednesday, June 2, 2010 · 93 Comments Wildlife photography is regarded as being one of the most challenging forms of photography. It involves a thorough understanding of the behavior of animals and in addition to it, one needs to have sound technical skills, such as being able to expose in the right manner. Its all about being in the right place at the right time. Surprisingly enough, photographing some species may require stalking skills or the use of a camouflage as well. From what I’ve seen, wildlife photography is definitely one of the most dangerous forms of photography. In this post, I have showcased some of the most breathtaking close up photography of animals during their aggressive mood or when they are about to make their kill. 1) Gannet Dive by mvbalkom 4) The flying fortes by mvbalkom 5) Parotsnake by kuntha 6) Common Kingfisher vs House Sparrow by nissim 11) seagull by sammy 20) Breakfast by Mascha

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