3D SHUTTER

3D SHUTTER - MOTORISED ROLLER BLINDS - WHITE QUEEN CANOPY BED.

3D SHUTTER - SHUTTER


3D SHUTTER - MOTORISED ROLLER BLINDS - WHITE QUEEN CANOPY BED.



3d Shutter





3d shutter














3d shutter - NXG Technology




NXG Technology NX-3DG Infrared Active Shutter 3D Glasses


NXG Technology NX-3DG Infrared Active Shutter 3D Glasses



The wireless NX-3DG active 3D glasses are designed to view 3D content on most 3D projectors with an option I/R emitter, certain 100 Hz or higher CRT monitors, and any Samsung 3D ready TV with a built in emitter. NXG offers a high quality alternative to higher priced active shutter glasses, allowing your family and friends to share and enjoy the full 3D viewing experience. Extended IR receiving window is constructed with a high filter capacity to reduce environmental interference to improve all-around receiving without a "black hole" effect.Unique design of power saving circuit layout and low power saving chips enable the glasses to be lightweight and flexible.Glasses may run up to 70 hours of continuous use and 1-year standby before a battery change.Intelligent auto ON/OFF function extends battery life by "awakening" automatically when receiving an IR signal and going into power saving mode 5 minutes after IR signal is cut off. Confirmed to work with Samsung 3D televisions










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3D camera with synchronized shutter




3D camera with synchronized shutter





The individual shutter buttons are used for focus and spot-metering, on individual cameras. Then either button fires both cameras. Works very well, though both lens-covers need to be opened fairly simultaneously to avoid strange clashing and self-shooting. Ask if you want to know more











Millie #3d Shutter Count.




Millie #3d Shutter Count.





MILLIE: The Labradoodle. Shutter Count #21,597.
Nikon D90, Nikkor 16-85mm. lens, 1/60" @ f/8, ISO 320, TTL Fill Flash (on board), WB Auto + A3, - .3ev.









3d shutter








3d shutter




SainSonic 3D Rechargeable Infrared Active Shutter Glasses For Panasonic 3D HDTVs






This Sainstore SR-PA01 3D active shutter glasses is a cheaper alternative to original panasonic glasses. It fits most main-stream panasonic 3DTVs with great compability. No restriction on adults or kids by using the 3 nose pads comes with package contents. Stylish desgin also fits your modern housing devices. Just Watch your favorite movies in 3D with these rechargeable 3D glasses, communicate wirelessly with your 3D panel, serving up a vivid, immersive 3D viewing experience at home. This single pair of glasses features a built-in rechargeable battery, offers a one-size-fits-all design, that are compatible with selected Panasonic HDTVs and Blu-ray players. Delivers a true 3D experience - For watching your favorite movies in a new way.
Compatible Panasonic 3D Glasses and HDTVs:
2010 3D Glasses
TY-EW3D10U

2010 3D Kits with Glasses
TY-EW3D10M
TY-EW3D2MM

2010 3D HDTVs: TC-P50VT20, TC-P50VT25, TC-P54VT25, TC-P58VT25, TC-P65VT25, TC-P42ST30, TC-P46ST30, TC-P50ST30, TC-P60ST30, TC-P50GT30, TC-P55GT30, TC-P55GT31, TC-P60GT30, TC-P65GT30, TC-P55VT30, TC-P65VT30, TC-L32DT30, TC-L37DT30
Attention: Sainstore Panasonic Compatible 3d glasses only work in 15FT distance, horizontally 120°and vertically 30°. Just to make sure to have it work under these condition










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BABY POOL FLOAT WITH CANOPY - BABY POOL FLOAT


BABY POOL FLOAT WITH CANOPY - AWNINGS MISSISSAUGA - AWNING EXTENSIONS.



Baby Pool Float With Canopy





baby pool float with canopy
















baby pool float with canopy - Baby Spring




Baby Spring Float Activity Center


Baby Spring Float Activity Center



Safe, secure, shaded...and fun! Between its balanced, buoyant design and adjustable UV canopy, you won't find a safer baby float with canopy. It helps baby relax while getting acquainted with the water. Folds flat; tote included. For ages 9 months and up, to 28 lbs. Inflates in 5 minutes with our Pump (sold separately). A OneStepAhead Exclusive!Never leave a child in water without adult supervision.. Two inflatable concentric rings provide safety and stability. The low, centered seat keeps baby positioned well above water. Unique, three-position canopy can be adjusted to follow the sun. Blocks 97% of UV rays, and detaches quickly when not needed. Deflate, fold, and go! Tote included.. Measures 38" in diameter x 28"W x 4"H; folds to 13" in diameter. To clean, rinse with fresh water and air dry before folding










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floating




floating





loovvveee claremont quarter shopping centre, feel like you are floating on air when you go there.
but don't worry, the credit card bill will bring you back to earth.

btw this is a floating sculpture thingi outside the centre, the have a whole heap of floating balls, wee bit of sliding done for this one.

odc floating











Floating Mosque - Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia




Floating Mosque - Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia





Floating Mosque -Tengku Tengah Zahara Mosque , Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia











baby pool float with canopy








baby pool float with canopy




Float!: Building on Water to Combat Urban Congestion and Climate Change






Float! Building on Water to Combat Urban Congestion and Climate Change proposes a new way of building: on water instead of on land. Although the concept may seem revolutionary, it is an obvious solution to overcrowded metropolises. Most world cities are situated on the water and have too little space where it's most needed: in the city center. Building on water allows inner-city areas to expand.
Floating buildings have many advantages. They are both flexible and mobile. A buoyant structure can be moved to make space for a new building, decreasing the need for the demolition of a development that still has a productive economic future. Floating buildings outwit changing water levels by rising and falling with the tide and, in so doing, promote a more responsible water management. They leave no scars on their sites, permitting planners to actively meet the demands of the moment.
Floating buildings are not new. People of nearly every creed and culture have lived on houseboats since time immemorial. Using modern technologies borrowed from the offshore and shipping industries, architects and engineers can adapt existing construction methods for use in erecting large building complexes on water.
It's up to the architects of the climate-change generation to respond to the world's spatial needs with smart, sustainable proposals. Float! will help them to do just that.
Koen Olthuis is an architect at Waterstudio.NL.
David Keuning is on the editorial staff of Mark: Another Architecture, a bimonthly journal on architecture. His website is davidkeuning.com










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BLACK CANOPY FOR BED - BLACK CANOPY


Black canopy for bed - Canvas sunshade.



Black Canopy For Bed





black canopy for bed















black canopy for bed - Dreamscape Hoop




Dreamscape Hoop Canopy


Dreamscape Hoop Canopy



Mulitfunctional Net Hoop Bed Canopy

This bed canopy adds a hint of luxury to a bedroom done in traditional decor or can add an elegant (and mosquito-free) touch when hung over a table at an outdoor garden party. The long, column-shaped expanse of 100-percent polyester mesh ties around the included wooden hoop. The hoop then mounts onto and suspends from the ceiling over the center of the bed, cascading a filmy sheath of fabric around the bed's four corners. The canopy fits over beds of any size, from twin to king, and drapes elegantly over a four-poster frame or simply over a bed without head- or footboards. In addition to its decorative appeal, this canopy also serves as a functional mosquito net, providing a peaceful night's sleep in hot and humid climates. Dry cleaning is recommended as the most thorough and easy cleaning method for the canopy; however, it is possible to hand wash the canopy in cold water and dry it flat. --Cristina Vaamonde










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Entrance to Black Dragon Canyon




Entrance to Black Dragon Canyon





You can actually drive all the way to the Black Dragon pictograph panel, but we chose to park our vehicle at the mouth of the canyon and hike up the road bed the quarter mile or so to the pictographs.

Sunday morning, after a wonderful visit to the Head of Sinbad rock art panels, we drove east on I-70, did a U-Turn and exited the interstate to visit the Black Dragon rock art panel, then hike up nearby Petroglyph Canyon to view the small but intricate petroglyph there (as well as the pure enjoyment of hiking a San Rafael Swell canyon).

When we passed through the gate on the dirt road leading to Black Dragon and Petroglyph Canyon, I missed a turn. The guide book copy I had said that the way headed up a dry stream bed. So instead of taking a sharp hairpin route across the wash, I blissfully drove straight up a wash.

I traveled the “wrong” route for a couple of miles and ended up following the San Rafael River. When the only tracks ahead of me where ATV tracks and I had passed through a couple of tough spots in four wheel drive, I decided to “reconnoiter”. I took out my maps, grabbed my GPS and climbed to the top of the highest slickrock outcropping I could fine. My wife was smart and stayed in the pickup sipping a cold diet Pepsi from our cooler.

Well, I figured out my mistake and got a few great photographs from my perch, before we retraced our route and took the correct way to Black Dragon Canyon. There is an embarrassing epilogue to this tale. While in Black Canyon we talked to some nice folks, one of whom had a two wheel drive van. They had followed SOMEBODY’S, tire tracks up the wrong wash as well and had got stuck in the sand. No. I didn’t fess up.

After visiting the Black Dragon panel, we drove to the mouth of Springs Canyon, where a well traveled trail leads south along the San Rafael Swell to Petroglyph Canyon. That was a fun hike. The petroglyphs in Petroglyph Canyon were small but unique. The hike was well worth the effort with or without the small rock art panel.
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Road Trip - Utah April 17th - 24th, 2010: My wife and I headed for Southern Utah, just before midnight on Friday the 16th of April (after she got off work at her part time job). We drove straight through to Southern Utah, to take advantage of the good weather forecast early on in our trip. Storms were forecast for later in the trip and in fact we got a pretty good taste of same on Wednesday the 21st.

Here in outline form are the places we visited and hiked:

Saturday 4.17.2010
> Rochester Rock Art Panel near Emery, Utah
> The Moore cutoff road
> Sinbad’s head pictograph panel (we camped under a pinon pine near here)

Sunday 4.18.2010
> Black Dragon Canyon rock art panel (after first taking the wrong turn and doing some interesting four wheel drive travel way up the San Rafael River). Short hike.
> Pictograph Canyon pictographs. Short but interesting hike.
> Drive Hanksville, Torrey, Boulder, to Escalante (check into motel)

Monday 4.19.2010
> Drive out the Hole In The Rock Road. Visit Devil’s Garden and Metate Arch.
> Drive to Dry Fork of Coyote Gulch. Hike down to Peek-a-boo and Spooky slot canyons. I hiked the loop up Peek-a-boo and down Spooky while my wife hiked with another lady hiker up Dry Fork and then down to the bottom of Spooky.

Tuesday 4.20.2010
> Hike Lower Calf Creek Falls (my third hike here and my wife’s second) and scramble up to two sets of pictograph panels.

Wednesday 4.21.2010
> Drive the Burr Trail road from Boulder to Notom (my fourth time on this scenic route and my wife’s second). Photograph in Long Canyon and along Waterpocket Fold. Race a rain storm north on the dirt (rapidly turning to mud) portion of this route.
> Hike to the Wild Horse twin caves across the slickrock. Hit with hailstorm as we arrived and watched a “mud storm” (thunderstorm falling through a dust storm), travel across to the east of us. The wind caught up with us at Goblin Valley State Park.
> Revisit the pictographs on Temple Mountain.
> Visit Goblin Valley State Park (my second visit and my wife’s first). Howling winds.

Thursday 4.22.2010
> Drive from Hanksville (we had a motel room there) to South Mule Canyon.
> Hike two miles up South Mule Canyon photographing “house on fire” ruins along the way.
> Check with Kane Ranger Station. Decide to skip a hike down Kane Gulch (too much water and mud on route).
> Take short, but beautiful hike to Yellow House ruins.
> Drive Valley of the gods loop from west to east.
> Drive up through Bluff to Monticello, Utah (cold winds). Stay in motel there.

Friday 4.23.2010
> Drive Monticello, Price, Salt Lake City, Wendover, Wells, Jackpot (where my wife got to spend a couple of hours at the penny slot investment center at Cactus Pete casino - while I slept in the truck canopy bed and read). Drive through the night through Boise, Baker City, Pendleton, and on to our home in East











Turn off I-70 to Black Dragon canyon




Turn off I-70 to Black Dragon canyon





Take the very first sharp right hand turn as you head west on Interstate 70, after you cross over the San Rafael River (West of junction of I-70 & highway 24).

Sunday morning, after a wonderful visit to the Head of Sinbad rock art panels, we drove east on I-70, did a U-Turn and exited the interstate to visit the Black Dragon rock art panel, then hike up nearby Petroglyph Canyon to view the small but intricate petroglyph there (as well as the pure enjoyment of hiking a San Rafael Swell canyon).

When we passed through the gate on the dirt road leading to Black Dragon and Petroglyph Canyon, I missed a turn. The guide book copy I had said that the way headed up a dry stream bed. So instead of taking a sharp hairpin route across the wash, I blissfully drove straight up a wash.

I traveled the “wrong” route for a couple of miles and ended up following the San Rafael River. When the only tracks ahead of me where ATV tracks and I had passed through a couple of tough spots in four wheel drive, I decided to “reconnoiter”. I took out my maps, grabbed my GPS and climbed to the top of the highest slickrock outcropping I could fine. My wife was smart and stayed in the pickup sipping a cold diet Pepsi from our cooler.

Well, I figured out my mistake and got a few great photographs from my perch, before we retraced our route and took the correct way to Black Dragon Canyon. There is an embarrassing epilogue to this tale. While in Black Canyon we talked to some nice folks, one of whom had a two wheel drive van. They had followed SOMEBODY’S, tire tracks up the wrong wash as well and had got stuck in the sand. No. I didn’t fess up.

After visiting the Black Dragon panel, we drove to the mouth of Springs Canyon, where a well traveled trail leads south along the San Rafael Swell to Petroglyph Canyon. That was a fun hike. The petroglyphs in Petroglyph Canyon were small but unique. The hike was well worth the effort with or without the small rock art panel.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Road Trip - Utah April 17th - 24th, 2010: My wife and I headed for Southern Utah, just before midnight on Friday the 16th of April (after she got off work at her part time job). We drove straight through to Southern Utah, to take advantage of the good weather forecast early on in our trip. Storms were forecast for later in the trip and in fact we got a pretty good taste of same on Wednesday the 21st.

Here in outline form are the places we visited and hiked:

Saturday 4.17.2010
> Rochester Rock Art Panel near Emery, Utah
> The Moore cutoff road
> Sinbad’s head pictograph panel (we camped under a pinon pine near here)

Sunday 4.18.2010
> Black Dragon Canyon rock art panel (after first taking the wrong turn and doing some interesting four wheel drive travel way up the San Rafael River). Short hike.
> Pictograph Canyon pictographs. Short but interesting hike.
> Drive Hanksville, Torrey, Boulder, to Escalante (check into motel)

Monday 4.19.2010
> Drive out the Hole In The Rock Road. Visit Devil’s Garden and Metate Arch.
> Drive to Dry Fork of Coyote Gulch. Hike down to Peek-a-boo and Spooky slot canyons. I hiked the loop up Peek-a-boo and down Spooky while my wife hiked with another lady hiker up Dry Fork and then down to the bottom of Spooky.

Tuesday 4.20.2010
> Hike Lower Calf Creek Falls (my third hike here and my wife’s second) and scramble up to two sets of pictograph panels.

Wednesday 4.21.2010
> Drive the Burr Trail road from Boulder to Notom (my fourth time on this scenic route and my wife’s second). Photograph in Long Canyon and along Waterpocket Fold. Race a rain storm north on the dirt (rapidly turning to mud) portion of this route.
> Hike to the Wild Horse twin caves across the slickrock. Hit with hailstorm as we arrived and watched a “mud storm” (thunderstorm falling through a dust storm), travel across to the east of us. The wind caught up with us at Goblin Valley State Park.
> Revisit the pictographs on Temple Mountain.
> Visit Goblin Valley State Park (my second visit and my wife’s first). Howling winds.

Thursday 4.22.2010
> Drive from Hanksville (we had a motel room there) to South Mule Canyon.
> Hike two miles up South Mule Canyon photographing “house on fire” ruins along the way.
> Check with Kane Ranger Station. Decide to skip a hike down Kane Gulch (too much water and mud on route).
> Take short, but beautiful hike to Yellow House ruins.
> Drive Valley of the gods loop from west to east.
> Drive up through Bluff to Monticello, Utah (cold winds). Stay in motel there.

Friday 4.23.2010
> Drive Monticello, Price, Salt Lake City, Wendover, Wells, Jackpot (where my wife got to spend a couple of hours at the penny slot investment center at Cactus Pete casino - while I slept in the truck canopy bed and read). Drive through the night through Boise, Baker City, Pendleton, and on to our home in Eastern Washington.

Saturday 2.14. 2010










black canopy for bed








black canopy for bed




Bestop 76304-35 Supertop Black Diamond Truck Bed Top






Bestop Supertop Black Diamond Truck Bed Top provides truck bed coverage and storage. This bed top features patented Belt-Rail attachment system that enables fast, easy and no-drill four-clamp installation. It is made from industrial strength thread ensures durable soft top construction. This truck bed top has a patented tailgate bar that allows opening the tailgate without opening the rear window for trouble-free access. It folds forward in seconds allowing for full bed access or quick bow release for easy removal. This truck bed top comes with heavy-duty molded tooth zippers that allow easy window installation and removal. It is backed by one year limited warranty and supplies high-quality durability, easy collapsibility and one-of-a-kind styling.










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BLINDS PART - BLINDS


Blinds Part - Garden In Shade.



Blinds Part





blinds part














blinds part - S/S 18-8




S/S 18-8 Blind Rivet w/ Steel 1/8" Diameter , .400" Length, Drill # 30, Grip .188"-.250" (Pack of 100)


S/S 18-8 Blind Rivet w/ Steel 1/8" Diameter , .400" Length, Drill # 30, Grip .188"-.250" (Pack of 100)



Blind rivets provide a way to join parts together when you don't have access to both sides. They consist of a rivet (a hollow body with a head) and a mandrel (a thin nail with a bulbed end). Rivets require a setting tool for installation. Riveted joints are strong, tight, and extremely reliable. How to install a blind rivet. Insert the rivet through a hole that passes through both materials being joined. Using a rivet tool with the same size nosepiece as the rivet diameter, grip the mandrel and pull the trigger or lever. The tool pulls the mandrel through the rivet, deforming the rivet's body and breaking off the excess mandrel.










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Blind leading the blind - part 2




Blind leading the blind - part 2





A much more longer video of the blind leading the blind exercise set up by Altaf (Saathi). All anyone has is a rope to guide, leaders keep changing.











Blind date part II




Blind date part II





Nu isses mir zu doof, ich warte nicht mehr langer.....blode Weiber!

Now it's been too long, I won't wait any longer......d....woman!









blinds part








blinds part




Aluminum Open End Blind Rivet 3/16" Diameter , .825" Length, Drill # 11, Grip .501"-.625" (Pack of 100)






Blind rivets provide a way to join parts together when you don't have access to both sides. They consist of a rivet (a hollow body with a head) and a mandrel (a thin nail with a bulbed end). Rivets require a setting tool for installation. Riveted joints are strong, tight, and extremely reliable. How to install a blind rivet. Insert the rivet through a hole that passes through both materials being joined. Using a rivet tool with the same size nosepiece as the rivet diameter, grip the mandrel and pull the trigger or lever. The tool pulls the mandrel through the rivet, deforming the rivet's body and breaking off the excess mandrel.










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BUILD DECK AWNING. BUILD DECK


BUILD DECK AWNING. BALL LAMP SHADES.



Build Deck Awning





build deck awning















Engineer's Club Building




Engineer's Club Building





Midtown Manhattan, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States

The Engineers’ Club was founded in 1888 at a time when professional engineering was becoming increasingly important to the industrial and economic development of the United States. While the city was well supplied with professional and trade associations related to engineering, the Engineers’ Club was the first purely social organization founded in the United States for engineers or those connected to the field. Prominent members have included Andrew Carnegie, Herbert C. Hoover, Thomas Edison, Charles Lindbergh, Cornelius Vanderbilt, H.H. Westinghouse, and Nikola Tesla.

While the club originally leased space in Midtown Manhattan, it began to plan for a larger, purpose-built clubhouse around the turn of the century, acquiring land facing Bryant Park and the future home of the New York Public Library (both New York City Landmarks). Around the same time, industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie offered the sum of $1 million for a separate project - the creation of a joint headquarters for New York City’s professional engineering clubs. In 1904, Carnegie increased the amount of his proffered gift to $1.5 million in order to incorporate the plans of the Engineers’ Club. Ultimately, the decision was reached to erect two separate but related structures, allowing for a direct flow between them.

The design of the Engineers’ Club building was determined by an architectural competition in which the young firm of Whitfield & King bested more established names such as Carrere & Hastings and Clinton & Russell. The 12-story Renaissance Revival style building, completed in 1907, featured a tripartite configuration consisting of a three-story base clad in white marble with prominent Corinthian pilasters, a seven-story red brick shaft embellished with marble quoins and molded window enframements, and a three-story capital capped by a deeply projecting modillioned cornice. An early example of the high-rise clubhouse building type, the Engineers’ Club building also featured 66 sleeping rooms in addition to its public and social spaces.

The Engineers’ Club occupied the West 40th Street building until 1979, at which point the structure was converted into residential apartments. Today, the building looks almost exactly as it did more than a century ago, standing as an architectural reminder of the emergence of New York State as the engineering center of the country and of the United States as an industrial and economic power. As the last remaining club building on the block, it is also a visual reminder of the prominence of the social club and of the bachelor apartment at the turn of the 20th century.

DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS

West 40th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues

At the turn of the 20th century, West 40th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, the future site of the Engineers’ Club building, was at the crossroads of several rapidly-evolving Midtown neighborhoods. In the late 1800s, Fifth Avenue between 34th and 59th Streets had been established as one of the most fashionable addresses in Manhattan, and residential rowhouses lined the blocks to the east and to the west. By 1900, however, various real estate forces were coalescing to permanently alter the character of this part of Manhattan. Construction of Grand Central Terminal (1903-13, a designated New York City Landmark) at East 42nd Street between Madison and Lexington Avenues and the decking of the railroad tracks running north from the station accelerated the commercialization of eastern Midtown and spurred the development of an important hotel and business district. With respect to the blocks surrounding the future site of the Engineer’s Club building, considered the northwest periphery of the Murray Hill neighborhood, the construction of or conversion of private residences into exclusive retail shops, restaurants and office buildings, was already well underway by the close of the century.

Midtown Manhattan, west of Fifth Avenue, was being similarly transformed at the turn of the 20th century. A growing transportation hub at Herald Square (at the intersection of 34th Street, Broadway and Sixth Avenue), featured cross-town streetcars, the Sixth Avenue Elevated, and the Hudson Tubes to New Jersey, and helped secure this area’s continued commercial development. The successful openings of two department stores at Herald Square, Saks & Co. in 1900 followed by R.H. Macy’s in 1901-02, anchored a new shopping district that encouraged similar businesses to relocate northwards from Madison Square. The construction of restaurants and hotels to meet shoppers’ needs logically followed. The opening of Pennsylvania Station at 34th Street and Seventh Avenue in 1910 precipitated even higher demand for realty in the blocks surrounding the station, which had become known as the ‘Pennsylvania terminal loft zone’ due to the large number of plans filed for manufacturing and











Empire State Building decked out in Christmas colors




Empire State Building decked out in Christmas colors





The day after Christmas, was a very rainy night here in NYC. I was happy to at least capture the Christmas colors. The ESB was decked out in green white and red once Hannukah was over, but I never got a pic I really liked until now. Don't the clouds surrounding the top look so mysterious? Too bad it was raining so hard (amazing that you can't see the BIG drops coming down) I had to stand underneath an awning (see it the top left hand corner of the frame? I refuse to photoshop elements out of a shot I took, so it's going to stay), but better a little triangle in my shot versus a ruined camera. =)









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