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    A Time Lapse Journey with Nature
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    Rowing Down the Saigon River
    music: "I Rowed a Little Boat" performed by John Lee Hooker


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    here is a nother cool base jump with a wing suit, at one point with the different camera angles you can year the woosh as the jumper flies by..hope this is not a re-peate

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    This display of selfishness isn't interesting, it's childish and criminal.

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    A prominence eruption producing a CME (coronal mass ejection) off the east limb of the Sun 1:45 PM EDT, April 16, 2012.
    It produced an M1 class solar flare (medium sized)
    Watch closely and you will see the enormous gravitational force of the Sun sucking part of the ejection back in.



    April 21, 2012 marks the 2 year anniversary of NASA's SDO - Solar Dynamics Observatory


    If this kind of thing interests you be sure to check out - helioviewer.org/
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    Glitched Star Wars; Is it art? Is it a nightmare?


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    Definitely not art.

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    When walking down the sidewalk while yammering on your cellphone, pay attention to where you're walking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotonWrangler View Post
    When walking down the sidewalk while yammering on your cellphone, pay attention to where you're walking.
    Ouch, I don't know if thats even her fault. She seems to be looking straight ahead and aware. I didn't see any signs for construction and the ground looked good until it collapsed under her.

    Were they to let that area dry I still think that it could've been dangerous and crumbled under heavy weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotonWrangler View Post
    When walking down the sidewalk while yammering on your cellphone, pay attention to where you're walking.
    And texting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_dAY View Post
    Ouch, I don't know if thats even her fault. She seems to be looking straight ahead and aware. I didn't see any signs for construction and the ground looked good until it collapsed under her.

    Were they to let that area dry I still think that it could've been dangerous and crumbled under heavy weight.
    One news report stated that it was due to a well underneath the sidewalk -- the concrete had been weakened.
    "Show them a light, and they'll follow it anywhere..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by chmsam View Post
    One news report stated that it was due to a well underneath the sidewalk -- the concrete had been weakened.
    If that was the case then we certainly can't fault her for the accident. The report I read stated that there were construction signs around, however that wouldn't have explained a case of undetected erosion of soil underneath the walk. Either way I'm relieved to see that she got out ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EZO View Post
    Lol, that's the last thing I'd expect to run into if I wasn't looking where I was going!

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    Birth to 12 years in under three minutes.
    A lovely and loving portrait of one man's daughter.


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    Highlights from Danish TV show Dumt & Farligt aka Stupid & Dangerous



    BTW, this was all shot with the remarkable Phantom Flex Camera 2570 fps @ 1080p.
    Can shoot 5350 fps @ 720p and 10,750 fps @ 480p.
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    I would love to play with one of those cameras for a few weeks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotonWrangler View Post
    I would love to play with one of those cameras for a few weeks!
    Me too!!

    I wonder what it would cost to rent one?

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    Looks like about $3,000 US per day.

    To start with anyway.
    "Show them a light, and they'll follow it anywhere..."

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    Purchasing one costs between $50,000 and $150,000 depending on model and features, plus accessories.

    Add to cart?

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    As I said, that's to start with anyway.

    Well, it looks like one or two North American rental companies also insist on a certified technician going along with the rental and of course that's extra.

    Oh, you wanted a viewfinder, a magazine, and a tripod mount too? That'll be extra.


    Looks like just the thing for the next family picnic shots. Be the "cool Dad on the block" -- "Hey! Watch Junior. See that milk come out of his nose in slo-mo...?"
    "Show them a light, and they'll follow it anywhere..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by EZO View Post
    Purchasing one costs between $50,000 and $150,000 depending on model and features, plus accessories.

    Add to cart?
    Oh yeah, not to my cart!

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    I've been trying to decide what my favorite scene from the Dumt & Farligt video is. For the moment it's the exploding wine bottle in the microwave, just because of the trajectory of the door.
    The indoor fireworks, the exploding birthday cake and the burning flour are right up there too. Heck, they're all pretty cool! I guess it's the sheer batsh*t insanity of the whole thing.
    It's like Mythbusters without the pesky science.



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    When driving, watch out for missing manhole covers. This poor guy hits one and becomes a physics experiment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotonWrangler View Post
    When driving, watch out for missing manhole covers. This poor guy hits one and becomes a physics experiment.
    So, I've been wondering what the deal is with all the Russian dashboard cam videos. It seems like there's a million of them and they're everywhere!
    Maybe everybody has them because of experiences like the one in this video.


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    Some "candle power" demos from the always instructional and engaging Steve Spangler.





    Almost posted these to the "fixed lighting forum".

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    Speaking of candles, I was amazed to find out just how much is transpiring while one is burning. The relighting of the "smoke" is much more fun than is shown here, especially when you do it with your two young sons. Also, the amount of stored energy in a single candle would be incredible dangerous if you were able to ignite it (in gas form) at once. BIG .

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    Amazing musical prodigy. This kid is going places.

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