hornets vs. bees:
Fri Jan 13 2012 10:48:40 AM EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ UncensoredNice. Is that a timed exposure taken at night?
I am not sure, I just post pictures I think people will like.
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Holy cow, dothebart, that is an impressive bit of filmwork, concerning the hornets and bees.
It's horrifying, too.
fascinating that the bees don't seem to have remotely a chance...
and the hornets can just bite them in half...
hornets vs. bees:
Very cool. Those hornets are scary looking. I hope they don't migrate.
whew, cool. always thought space rockets would go straight up, and not at an angle?
evening launch from my house.
And another from my last place of employment's parking lot.
Not very close, but you can see the angle of the shuttle taking off.
Wed May 23 2012 09:59:39 AM EDT from zooer @ Uncensored
I'm a proud owner of a Nikon D5100 now.
Having much fun!
A useless mildly amusing thing to do, find the first pictures people take with their new digital cameras. Do an image
search for the file name for various cameras. For example Sony uses the file name "DSCxxxxx.JPG" so do a image search for
DSC00001.JPG" and see find all the first pictures from Sony owners. try "IMG0001.JPG" etc.
this in their manual
hm, last time I laughed about that was 6 years ago or so.
So for a long time now i've been hosting my own photos. Easy enough,
move them to the webserver, copy link location, paste to
So I do that... come home, and when everybody and their brother's
looking at forums... my internet slows to a crawl at home.
So ... photos are going to smugmug now. http://mule.smugmug.com/
You don't realize just how many photos you've taken over the years till
you want to move them all somewhere else.
I'll still keep my box up at home for the things that are against smug's
TOS, big files, VPN/SSH, etc.
photo-robot in 1 hour and 44 minutes.
With a resolution of 297,500 x 87,500 pixel (15.9 gigapixels) the picture is the highest resolution photo of Machu Picchu ever taken.