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Appliantology11In August 23, 2013, fire to destroy Earth: (updated to reflected 13 days difference in the Russian Calendar. It would be the greatest carnage ever recorded in history. World would end on 23 August 2013 when a fire shall devour all living things, then, the planet would face a graving silence “, the American researcher translated. “It’s hard to believe that these events will occur, but worrying is the fact that most things predicted by Rasputin came true so far”, David W. Norvalk noted. The End of the World2013-09-04 02:00:00171  
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        Martine Franck : l'Important ? les Autres !:
                                       1938  -  2012

Children's library - Clamart - France - 1965

A l'instar de beaucoup de femmes reporters-photographes, la chaleureuse Belge Martine Franck fit le tour du monde pour des causes humanitaires sans pathos excessif et avec une tendresse qui évoque pour certains l'esprit de partage de Sabine Weiss.Cette Elève de l'Ecole du Louvre a parcouru tous les Continents pour jauger l'Humanité et nous la restituer selon son Regard.

Pourtant, la dernière épouse de Henri Cartier-Bresson , femme de tempérament à l'esprit de justice solidement ancré au coeur, engagée, militante pour la liberté et la tolérance, a su dénoncer avec beauté, la Vie au Quotidien en alternant des prises de vues dignes de sesMaîtres en Photographie -  Eliot Elisofon et Gjon Mili - ma... more »

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        Martine Franck : l'Important ? les Autres !:
                                       1938  -  2012

Children's library - Clamart - France - 1965

A l'instar de beaucoup de femmes reporters-photographes, la chaleureuse Belge Martine Franck fit le tour du monde pour des causes humanitaires sans pathos excessif et avec une tendresse qui évoque pour certains l'esprit de partage de Sabine Weiss.Cette Elève de l'Ecole du Louvre a parcouru tous les Continents pour jauger l'Humanité et nous la restituer selon son Regard.

Pourtant, la dernière épouse de Henri Cartier-Bresson , femme de tempérament à l'esprit de justice solidement ancré au coeur, engagée, militante pour la liberté et la tolérance, a su dénoncer avec beauté, la Vie au Quotidien en alternant des prises de vues dignes de sesMaîtres en Photographie -  Eliot Elisofon et Gjon Mili - ma... more »

        Martine Franck : l'Important ? les Autres !:
                                       1938  -  2012

Children's library - Clamart - France - 1965

A l'instar de beaucoup de femmes reporters-photographes, la chaleureuse Belge Martine Franck fit le tour du monde pour des causes humanitaires sans pathos excessif et avec une tendresse qui évoque pour certains l'esprit de partage de Sabine Weiss.Cette Elève de l'Ecole du Louvre a parcouru tous les Continents pour jauger l'Humanité et nous la restituer selon son Regard.

Pourtant, la dernière épouse de Henri Cartier-Bresson , femme de tempérament à l'esprit de justice solidement ancré au coeur, engagée, militante pour la liberté et la tolérance, a su dénoncer avec beauté, la Vie au Quotidien en alternant des prises de vues dignes de ses Maîtres en Photographie -  Eliot Elisofon et Gjon Mili - mais utilisera rapidement son propre concept visuel , plus intimiste, qui plaît, sans conteste à l'Agence Magnum, après avoir séduit Life , le NY Times et co-fondé  Viva en 1972  :
Authentique, d'une maîtrise exceptionnelle , l'ensemble de l' oeuvre de Martine Franck est parfois mêlé à celle de son illustre partenaire de Vie  et l'on a confondu souvent le célèbre cliché de " l'Escalier" en l'attribuant  à l'Oeil du Maître, alors que c'est l'Oeil de la Photographe aguerrie et esthète qui en est l'Auteur.

Une Promenade visuelle tendre, fastueuse, édifiante :

http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=CMS3&VF=MAGO31_10_VForm&ERID=24KL535XVA  ___

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Iconic photo "The Kiss" by Afred Eisenstaed on Time Square on 14th August 1945 at the end of World War 2 (Victory over Japan)

Iconic photo "The Kiss" by Afred Eisenstaed on Time Square on 14th August 1945 at the end of World War 2 (Victory over Japan)___

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Paloma Picasso in a Karl Lagerfeld dress, Paris, 1978 Photographer: Helmut Newton

Paloma Picasso in a Karl Lagerfeld dress, Paris, 1978 Photographer: Helmut Newton___

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London 2015

London 2015___

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Ralph Steiner: Boy on bike below Brooklyn Bridge, 1921-22
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Steiner

Ralph Steiner: Boy on bike below Brooklyn Bridge, 1921-22
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Steiner___

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Параллельный мир
© Данил Коржонов (KORDAN)
photosight.ru/photos/6003890

Параллельный мир
© Данил Коржонов (KORDAN)
photosight.ru/photos/6003890___

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Karla Bodycote by Bonnie Cee / bonniecee.com

Karla Bodycote by Bonnie Cee / bonniecee.com___

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The lady photographer
http://tits-tats-n-tutus.tumblr.com/post/71121467557

The lady photographer
http://tits-tats-n-tutus.tumblr.com/post/71121467557___

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The Witcher 3's Ciri - cosplay perfection
http://cosplay.kotaku.com/the-witcher-3s-ciri-cosplayed-to-perfection-1708856215

The Witcher 3's Ciri - cosplay perfection
http://cosplay.kotaku.com/the-witcher-3s-ciri-cosplayed-to-perfection-1708856215___

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This looks like an interesting story!
https://tagloom.com/post/P40BqW4_1jKP

This looks like an interesting story!
https://tagloom.com/post/P40BqW4_1jKP___

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9 DAYS TO GO!
The first book was an introduction to the world of Reese and Reeves, a never ending Victorian era...The second book expands both  the world and cast, exposing secrets and exploring new areas. Click to learn more!

9 DAYS TO GO!
The first book was an introduction to the world of Reese and Reeves, a never ending Victorian era...The second book expands both  the world and cast, exposing secrets and exploring new areas. Click to learn more!___

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Lady, #Steampunk Time!
Photographer: Marina Nosova - Model: Katrine Lanfire
http://arsenicinshell.tumblr.com/post/124479549895/steampunktendencies-photographer-marina-nosova

Lady, #Steampunk Time!
Photographer: Marina Nosova - Model: Katrine Lanfire
http://arsenicinshell.tumblr.com/post/124479549895/steampunktendencies-photographer-marina-nosova___

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Steampunk Gothic Ladies | Beauty | Fashion | Costume |

Steampunk Gothic Ladies | Beauty | Fashion | Costume |___

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Steampunk ?..)

Steampunk ?..)___

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Another Lady / Gun pic.
http://gmortschaotica.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-wednesday-gallery_9.html

Another Lady / Gun pic.
http://gmortschaotica.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-wednesday-gallery_9.html___

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“The Admiral” http://goo.gl/xyStO6

“The Admiral” http://goo.gl/xyStO6___

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Looks like a fun place to live 😊🎩
Steam and Smoke by sherrae78 on DeviantArt
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http://sherrae78.deviantart.com/art/Steam-and-Smoke-287250634
And see the rest of her gallery here:
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sherrae78.deviantArt.com

#steampunk #art #city 

Looks like a fun place to live 😊🎩
Steam and Smoke by sherrae78 on DeviantArt
🔽🔻🔽
http://sherrae78.deviantart.com/art/Steam-and-Smoke-287250634
And see the rest of her gallery here:
🔽🔻🔽
sherrae78.deviantArt.com

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Are you ready? On the count of three! 
http://go-steampunk.tumblr.com/post/99069992493/what-the-hell-is-steampunk-source

Are you ready? On the count of three! 
http://go-steampunk.tumblr.com/post/99069992493/what-the-hell-is-steampunk-source___

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Cheshire Advice by Eric Claeys.

Cheshire Advice by Eric Claeys.___

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Nepal will rise again.

Nepal will rise again.___

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Help +roshan pyatha to make this happen

"Let's Unite, together we can"___Help +roshan pyatha to make this happen

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Thank you for the invitation, I will do my best to help

Thank you for the invitation, I will do my best to help___

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Don't "tolerate" difference; recognize, accept and celebrate it. Google+ was an amazing playground to challenge myself as a total "non-geek/tech guy"... who speaks French. ;)

Don't "tolerate" difference; recognize, accept and celebrate it. Google+ was an amazing playground to challenge myself as a total "non-geek/tech guy"... who speaks French. ;)___

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Urban Silicon Valley Dictionary
Non-technical Cofounder, Engineer Unicorn, Uber of...

MBA: Certification that you've read case studies on how others have succeeded.

Urban Silicon Valley Dictionary
Non-technical Cofounder, Engineer Unicorn, Uber of...

MBA: Certification that you've read case studies on how others have succeeded.___

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Let There Be Light Bulbs: How Incandescents Became the Icons of Innovation ... By Hunter Oatman-Stanford -- "From the neon tubes of theater marquees to your desk lamp at work, from the million-watt glare of sports stadiums to the nightlight faintly glowing in your child’s bedroom, it’s impossible to imagine the modern world without artificial lighting. More than a century after the widespread adoption of electricity, it’s clear that our lust for light bulbs brought us into the future: The desire for incandescent lighting resulted in the creation of America’s electric grid, which improved communication, health care, manufacturing, transportation, and education. Accessible electricity also made every subsequent tech boom possible, paving the way for computers and the Internet.

The lowly light bulb’s profound impact turned it into the universal symbol for innovation—yetdespite the bulb’... more »

Let There Be Light Bulbs: How Incandescents Became the Icons of Innovation ... By Hunter Oatman-Stanford -- "From the neon tubes of theater marquees to your desk lamp at work, from the million-watt glare of sports stadiums to the nightlight faintly glowing in your child’s bedroom, it’s impossible to imagine the modern world without artificial lighting. More than a century after the widespread adoption of electricity, it’s clear that our lust for light bulbs brought us into the future: The desire for incandescent lighting resulted in the creation of America’s electric grid, which improved communication, health care, manufacturing, transportation, and education. Accessible electricity also made every subsequent tech boom possible, paving the way for computers and the Internet.

The lowly light bulb’s profound impact turned it into the universal symbol for innovation—yet despite the bulb’s storied legacy and Thomas Edison’s near-mythical status, for most people, that leap from fickle flame to unwavering electric light is vague at best. Even as antique-style Edison bulbs proliferate in trendy bars and restaurants, most of us know next to nothing about this revolutionary little lamp, the details of its delicate design hidden in shadow.

During the early 19th century, natural gas, kerosene, and whale oil all provided fuel for lighting homes and businesses. In particular, the gas industry had invested in extensive pipe infrastructure to light offices, public institutions, streets, and homes. Though widely used, these methods were dirty and dangerous, and their light wasn’t much stronger than the flame of a candle.

While many scientists worked on viable ways to manufacture and store electric energy, Sir Humphry Davy began demonstrating so-called “arc lamps,” which create a brilliant curve of electric light in the air between two electrodes, or carbon rods. Davy also experimented with the process of incandescence, whereby an electrical current passing through a wire filament makes it hot enough to glow. However, since arc lighting was around 200 times brighter than incandescents, the former quickly became the most likely contender for a modern light source.

Davy wasn’t interested in turning his experiments into commercial products, but others certainly were. An American named Charles F. Brush had tweaked the arc-lamp design to create a cheaper and more reliable electric light, along with an improved dynamo, or electric generator, both of which he unveiled by lighting Cleveland’s public square in April of 1879. On July 4th of that year, Brush used 16 arc lamps to light Niagara Falls, a feat that one paper mistakenly reported was accomplished by Edison (who famously known as the “Wizard of Menlo Park” for his work on the telegraph and phonograph at his lab in Menlo Park, New Jersey).

The following year, the Brush Electric Company began selling 16-lamp sets of these impressive arc lights and their requisite generators. Because they were so bright, the lamps were mostly used in huge factories, retail settings, or outdoor public spaces like the Great White Way, an illuminated section of Broadway between Madison Square and Union Square in New York City. Their most obvious benefits were seen in industrial spaces, where electric light increased potential production hours into the night, yet also improved employee safety.

Though arc lighting was undoubtedly an improvement, people felt it had a harsh, unearthly glow when compared with gas lamps, and doctors warned of the dangers electric light might have for one’s health. As a result, some manufacturers adopted white globes of opal glass to cut the brightness. In order to woo supporters, electric companies often promised cities a year of electric lighting at the same price as their previous gas fees, so places like San Jose, Los Angeles, and Detroit led the way by installing arc lamps far above their streets on so-called “moonlight towers,” named after their omnipresent glow. (Austin, Texas, is the only American city whose original moonlight towers still stand.)

... MUCH MORE FASCINATING HISTORY: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/let-there-be-light-bulbs/___

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