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A little moon time-lapse.Sony NEX 5T, Timelapse App, Sunset modehttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/97rz/539a6236

A little moon time-lapse.

Sony NEX 5T, Timelapse App, Sunset mode

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Pure adrenaline. It’s pretty remarkable anyone makes it to the bottom on two wheels,

Red Bull Rampage 2013

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How to turn small talk into smart conversation&#8212;-Tips from a comedian and a journalist on the art of going from small talk to big ideas. Try these out at the next summer wedding reception.http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8SYH/539a6236

How to turn small talk into smart conversation
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Tips from a comedian and a journalist on the art of going from small talk to big ideas. Try these out at the next summer wedding reception.

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The Large Magellanic Cloud is one of my favourite night sky object viewable from the Southern Hemisphere. At a distance of 163,000 light years from earth LMC is considered an irregular type galaxy and the third closest galaxy to our own Milky Way.For the tech specs of this image, it was shot on a Canon 6D with a Canon 90mm tilt-shift lens, which is such a super sharp lens! The exposure was 10 second shutter at f/3.2 ISO 6400. I had to shoot two single exposure frames to get me and the Large Magellanic Cloud in the one shot, and I stitched them together in Auto Pano Giga.Hope you like the shot and feel free to share!Want to know more? Follow me here:http://theartofnight.comhttp://plus.google.com/+markgeehttp://facebook.com/markgphotohttp://500px.com/markg#magellanicCloud #space #silhouette #astrophotography #selfie #markGee #theartofnight #wellington #newZealandhttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8PcL/539a6236

The Large Magellanic Cloud is one of my favourite night sky object viewable from the Southern Hemisphere. At a distance of 163,000 light years from earth LMC is considered an irregular type galaxy and the third closest galaxy to our own Milky Way.

For the tech specs of this image, it was shot on a Canon 6D with a Canon 90mm tilt-shift lens, which is such a super sharp lens! The exposure was 10 second shutter at f/3.2 ISO 6400. I had to shoot two single exposure frames to get me and the Large Magellanic Cloud in the one shot, and I stitched them together in Auto Pano Giga.

Hope you like the shot and feel free to share!

Want to know more? Follow me here:
http://theartofnight.com
http://plus.google.com/+markgee
http://facebook.com/markgphoto
http://500px.com/markg

#magellanicCloud #space #silhouette #astrophotography #selfie #markGee #theartofnight #wellington #newZealand

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Giving a new dimension to commit messages."Our CTO has discovered an incredible way of making developers read his commit messages. You won’t even believe how he did it!"Thursday August 7th, 2014 by CommitStriphttp://www.commitstrip.com/en/2014/08/07/our-cto-has-discovered-an-incredible-way-of-making-developers-read-his-commit-messages-you-wont-even-believe-how-he-did-it/http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8FZz/539a6236

Giving a new dimension to commit messages.

"Our CTO has discovered an incredible way of making developers read his commit messages. You won’t even believe how he did it!"
Thursday August 7th, 2014 by CommitStrip

http://www.commitstrip.com/en/2014/08/07/our-cto-has-discovered-an-incredible-way-of-making-developers-read-his-commit-messages-you-wont-even-believe-how-he-did-it/

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Fine art in a snapshot. When it comes down to it, it&#8217;s all about finding the right crop.▼ Reshared Post From Fast Company ▼A candid shot from a fight that broke out in Ukrainian parliament has been turned into Renaissance-style art, and rightly so. http://f-st.co/yDDkv4ihttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8DX2/539a6236

Fine art in a snapshot. When it comes down to it, it’s all about finding the right crop.

▼ Reshared Post From Fast Company ▼

A candid shot from a fight that broke out in Ukrainian parliament has been turned into Renaissance-style art, and rightly so. http://f-st.co/yDDkv4i

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Say au revoir to Le Tour de France with a golden hour #EarthView on the Champs Élysées. goo.gl/3UZ186http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8qLr/539a6236

Say au revoir to Le Tour de France with a golden hour #EarthView on the Champs Élysées. goo.gl/3UZ186

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I remember ET as a typical console adventure game of the time. Apparently I was missing something…but looks like this might be good.

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ALMA Milky WayImage Credit &amp; Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution)http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140724.htmlThis alluring all-skyscape was taken 5,100 meters above sea level, from the Chajnantor Plateau in the Chilean Andes. Viewed through the site&#8217;s rarefied atmosphere at about 50% sea level pressure, the gorgeous Milky Way stretches through the scene. Its cosmic rifts of dust, stars, and nebulae are joined by Venus, a brilliant morning star immersed in a strong band of predawn Zodiacal light. Still not completely dark even at this high altitude, the night sky&#8217;s greenish cast is due to airglow emission from oxygen atoms. Around the horizon the dish antenna units of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, ALMA, explore the universe at wavelengths over 1,000 times longer than visible light.http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8njv/539a6236

ALMA Milky Way
Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution)
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140724.html

This alluring all-skyscape was taken 5,100 meters above sea level, from the Chajnantor Plateau in the Chilean Andes. Viewed through the site’s rarefied atmosphere at about 50% sea level pressure, the gorgeous Milky Way stretches through the scene. Its cosmic rifts of dust, stars, and nebulae are joined by Venus, a brilliant morning star immersed in a strong band of predawn Zodiacal light. Still not completely dark even at this high altitude, the night sky’s greenish cast is due to airglow emission from oxygen atoms. Around the horizon the dish antenna units of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, ALMA, explore the universe at wavelengths over 1,000 times longer than visible light.

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