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Walter



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Interesting Photos (Add your's here)
Looks like my skills are improving!

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Just kidding.

Bullet Through Jack of Hearts - Harold Edgerton, 1960 – An electrical engineering professor at MIT, Harold Edgerton was one of the pioneers in strobe light technology (which allowed him to take pictures like this.)
Post 28 Nov 2015, 18:07
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MHajduk



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As a child I saw some of photographs by Harold Edgerton but only now I have got to know who is the author. Yes, those are masterpieces that even now make a big impression. Smile
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YONG



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Sorry for my late reply. I totally missed this thread.

With over 100 photos, I am certain that you are going to find something interesting in the following link:
https://yongsir.wordpress.com/micro-43/

Wink
Post 07 Dec 2015, 07:14
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Walter



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Very good! Looking at these remind me that the world is beautiful and that humans can be creative. Nice captures.

Hopefully, MHajduk will provide some more (snowy) shots from his part of the world.
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MHajduk



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A frozen flower of Rudbeckia.

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Post 15 Dec 2015, 12:32
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MHajduk



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December 15th, 2015

The first snowfall of the season.

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Walter



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Looks like "old man winter" comes late in your land.
The third photo has a wonderful "conopy" feel to it.

In the next to last photo is a tree that I saw often years ago.
We referred to it as a "money tree". Do you know it's proper name?
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MHajduk



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Walter wrote:
Looks like "old man winter" comes late in your land.

Yes, indeed, for the last few years we have observed that winter comes in December or January/February (and lasts till April/May, unfortunately). Today winter has made one step backwards - we currently have 10°C and all the snow has gone.


Walter wrote:
In the next to last photo is a tree that I saw often years ago.
We referred to it as a "money tree". Do you know it's proper name?

It's not a tree, it's a biennial plant called Lunaria, in Polish "Miesiącznica" or, in folklore, "Srebrniki Judasza" ("Judas' silver coins") since its seedpods are translucent with remarkably silver-like shine and may bring some associations with silver coins. Smile

Here you can see Lunaria in a few different stages of development:

May 2015
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September/October 2015
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Post 17 Dec 2015, 22:29
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Walter



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Thanks for the info MHajduk!
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MHajduk



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Walter wrote:
Thanks for the info MHajduk!

You're welcome, Walter. Smile
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Walter



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CNN Photos

2015: The Year In Pictures

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MHajduk



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Haha, the first two shots are simply awesome, especially the second one showing a small mammal riding the flying green woodpecker. Very Happy
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Walter



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MHajduk



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Walter



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Always saving the best one for last. That looks like a "BadAss" cat. I'd bet you have no trouble with mice. Oh, .. and who is the "hired" hand working on the trees? Wink
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MHajduk



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Walter wrote:
Always saving the best one for last. That looks like a "BadAss" cat. I'd bet you have no trouble with mice.

Yeah, that's true, mice have no easy life here. Wink

Walter wrote:
Oh, .. and who is the "hired" hand working on the trees? Wink

It's me. Smile

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MHajduk



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Walter



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On top of 'da world! You can tell by looking at his fur that he is a healthy cat.

You are so fortunate to live in the area that you do. And you even have access to flat assembler forums!
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AsmGuru62



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Kitty is hiding his eyes!
Must be good for hunting the mice.
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MHajduk



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Cat seems to suggest: "This chair is mine". Wink

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