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|Lotus Carroll||1,776,063||Welcome to The Selfie Sunday Project for Sunday, October 4th. This is a Public event open to all - join us in capturing a current self portrait! *Theme*: No theme this week - do whatever you like! Please read this post for the guidelines and FAQ for Selfie Sunday: http://goo.gl/SKnkZ8 Please only post one photo to the event. That photo should be taken during the event weekend, or the week prior to the event. Please no dipping into the archives. Your photo can be taken from Monday, September 28th up until Monday morning, October 5th. (Older photos posted will be removed from the event.) The event will be open for uploading photos at 8:00 PM Central on the Saturday before. Click the Add Photos button in the event to upload your images. As always, have some fun! Everyone is looking forward to some great self portraits. :-) Any questions? We have many moderators in the Art of Self Portraiture Community who can help you along the way. Drop in and ask questions: http://goo.gl/W69Ohj Thank you to @111856427400498745265 for letting us use her image (from the last event: https://goo.gl/HzUDMr) in this week's header! Maybe we'll use yours next time. :) _ #selfysunday #selfiesunday #selfportraiture #selfportrait||The Selfie Sunday Project: No Theme!||2015-10-04 03:00:00||52|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||Anyone can come on this walk, but only active community members of Melbourne Photowalkers who voted on the "I'm alive" poll are eligible to win the prize. Route announced! https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=z58dq65KDHgk.kEK7eKBBnLr0&usp=sharing note this has been moved to our new shiny public holiday fri 2nd October||The Megawalk||2015-10-02 10:00:00||12|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||@117041075804892321436 is on again with this to see that are normally unseen. Avoid the queues and sign up to be a volunteer for half a day. It's easy and to go to the front of any queue.||Open House Melbourne||2015-07-25 09:00:00||31|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||An evening of cheer, beer, and probably photos.... Melbourne Winter Solstice at Federation Square. More information for Sat: http://fedsquare.com/events/solstice-celebration and all week http://fedsquare.com/umbrellas/the-light-in-winter No formal photowalk but I'm sure we can hunt in random packs. Dinner at Flinders St Pho (Vietnamese Soup) assuming they're open 7pm. It's on the South side of Flinders St in the station between the mad hatter and Elizabeth St - roughly opposite the DeGraves subway entrance. After we get bored at the federation square we'll head to docklands for light painting. Likely locations are Webb Bridge, North Wharf, and the little forest near ANZ.||Melbourne Winter Solstice Celebration||2015-06-20 17:00:00||4|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||It's autumn. The gardens are amazing in Autumn. It's time for a wander. We will meet up at the corner of Anderson St and Alexander Ave because afternoon parking is usually easy around here.||Let the coloured leaves fall||2015-05-02 15:00:00||19|
|Charles Strebor (Rantz)||25,552||http://www.pinholeday.org/ Please note that I (@111830327627461921997) am not the creator of the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day: I have created this event here solely to remind people on @101560853443212199687 about this day such that more people participate. Image (by me) used as banner can be found here: https://flic.kr/p/aj4CPa||Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day||2015-04-26 02:00:00||12|
|Paul Francis||2,731||For those who would like to attend the dawn service feel free to attend and then join this walk. Based on past experience my recommendation would be to aim to get to the shrine by about 04:00, if you get to the shrine at 06:00 you will be a long way from the action This walk will now officially start at 08:15 at the Info Centre in Federation Square, this should give us plenty of time to meet and find a good location to photograph the parade starting at 09:00 The parade runs to 13:30 so let me know if you want to photograph the whole parade or think we should reconvene at about 11:30 and wander into the city For more details on the ceremonies see: http://www.shrine.org.au/Remembrance/Ceremonies/ANZAC-Day-2015||Anzac Day Walk||2015-04-25 08:15:00||3|
|Leigh Diprose||34,027||F Stop Lounge would like to welcome Melbourne (Australia) based photographers to come along to their first ever free Photo Walk. Join F Stop Lounge co-founder @116673938126812294472, Contributor @118147026232888832621 and Social Media Guru @101811272648446427966 on what will be an awesome afternoon out. You’ll have to opportunity to photograph, network and meet some new friends. After the walk we will even have a drink and bite to eat at The Boatbuilders Yard. Prizes that were kindly donated by @100266938567862344330, @106352308148651023028 and @104118377482687805505 will be given out for the best photos. For more information visit the website link below for more details: https://fstoplounge.com/2015/02/free-photo-walk-in-melbourne-saturday-28th-march-2015/ Header photo by @113615715088480442545 - See more of his amazing photos on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jarrodhydephoto Instagram: http://instagram.com/jarrodhydephotography/||F Stop Lounge Melbourne Photo Walk||2015-03-28 16:30:00||38|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||A disposable snap camera view of Australia Day in Melbourne. You're welcome to bring your digital or film camera along with your disposable snap camera for this photowalk day. We'll stalk and be part of the peoples parade then wander the king's domain for snaps, food, cars, music and of course people. ||Snap Happy Australia Day Photowalk||2015-01-26 09:00:00||23|
|Charles Strebor (Rantz)||25,552||I'll be celebrating my 50th trip around Sol in January 2015 and I would very much enjoy your company. We'll be starting at 4ish in the afternoon and going on late into the evening with fire spinning and other light play once the darkness arrives. Please bring yourselves, your cameras, a favourite dish that you'd like to share with others, your favourite drinks and any spinning toys you may have. And orbs. Don't forget your orbs. We'll be gathering where Warragul Road and Beach Road meet, down on the beach around the shelter near the pier and groyne. With many thanks to @111907656136306657088 for the banner for this event - I'm sure you'll recognise the fire spinner from our #BrunswalkWithFire from 2013. The Rantz and the Mario will be doing special fire play - just because we can. More details as they happen to be known. PS - There are *_THREE_* pubs nearby.||A Celebration of the end of the 50th trip around Sol||2015-01-17 16:00:00||34|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||Now that summer is nearly here I think it's time to return to St Kilda for a summer meander. Have some munchies before the walk. We'll have the usual wander and click but if anyone wants to wander with me I'm happy to explain what I'm doing and why. If the light and sea are favourable I'll be using black glass for long exposures near the pier. I may use it again at Luna Park to make people "go away" for the facade shot. Depends how much light there is. features will include - beach front walk - sunset by the pier - a visit to the penguins at the end of the pier - Luna Park after dark - The espy facade and the two esplanades https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=z58dq65KDHgk.ka252xbBiZq4 Event updated with the meeting place (St Kilda Marina) and a link to the walk map.||summer evening photo walk||2014-12-05 19:00:00||23|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||+103443535903564882902 event vanished. Here is a new one.||Melbourne Cup Walk||2014-11-04 10:00:00||13|
|Ananda Sim||17,746||The Olympus E-M1 firmware has gone version 2.0 with some new Art Filters. Friend @116211643637254159887 is considering revisiting Art Filters so let's all have some fun with Olympus Art Filters. This feature is available on a fair number of Olympus camera models, even compacts, but definitely Micro Four Thirds bodies and Four Thirds DSLR bodies. When you shoot raw + JPEG, the Art Filter applies to your SOOC JPEG. Your raw can be re-worked by yourself without that encumbrance. If you use Olympus Viewer, OV can re-create the exact Art Filter or you can pick any other one, as if you were using the camera. *For this event* 1. You can display a maximum of 3 of your shots 2. Your shots can be SOOC JPEG from the camera or via raw and then processed via Olympus Viewer 3 to JPEG. 3. You need to register with G+ and this event to make a post of your hyperlink or your photo but your photos can be stored anywhere - Flickr, Facebook (yes FB but make it public) etc... Certainly at G+. 4. You don't have to meet up physically so you can make your photo anywhere in the world. 5. Get your friends with Olympus gear involved - it's not limited to this group. 6. Preferably for each photo, tell us the model of your camera, which Art Filter you used and a few words on why you like that shot Note to those people who haven't bought an Olympus camera with Art Filters *yet* you can still play because: You can even use #olympusArtFilters on any photo on your mobile device with OI Share app, but of course the source data doesn't start from raw. For those with an Olympus camera with Art Filters, you can shoot an Art Filter JPEG, get it onto your mobile device (could use OIShare to wirelessly transfer from your camera) and since it is a JPEG, you could layer another Art Filter on top of the first one. No, it's not like Photoshop Touch but it's not as complicated either. And it's free. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.olympusimaging.oishare https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/olympus-image-share/id561896860?mt=8 There are no prizes or ranking - this isn't a competition, this is a celebration of the Art Filter and of you joy in photography. Enjoy! Cheers to @116965767030817887153 @108977422735122571732 From Ananda Sim :)||Olympus Art Filter Weekend - Virtual Event||2014-09-19 16:00:00||14|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||You may shoot 36 compositions on this photowalk. you may shoot film or digital it's up to you but only 36. Can you do it? Shooting only 36 will make you really look, evaluate, think "do I really need this shot?". It will make you more deliberate. It will make you hunt for the best light and the best subject matter. You'll find it hard. You'll find it frustrating. You'll find it rewarding. You may post process via traditional or digital darkroom if you choose. If you're shooting HDR you may bracket but you must only end up with 36 images after post. I'll lead a walk around Melbourne (botanic gardens, observatory, the shrine, arts centre, ending for munchies and drinks on Southbank). If you can't walk with us, please shoot the 36 anywhere you want and share the 36 to this event. Worldwide. Go for it. ||The 36 photowalk - where will you shoot yours?||2014-08-31 14:00:00||50|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||Join us for a walk around Fitzroy from the mid afternoon culminating in the projection festival in Gertrude Street. in the evening. Meet up at Melbourne Museum west end (opposite Pelham St on Rathdowne St). Carparking in the museum is flat rate $16 or you can take your chances on the street. Given the festival is on I'd expect the inspectors to be out in force. The area is known for its diverse population and wonderful foods. The festival is like the little brother of Vivid and White Night. Walk Map (in two parts) https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=z58dq65KDHgk.kNkrZLeCGkyY This is the map for the two part walk around Melbourne Museum, Fitzroy for Graffiti and street photography before there is a dinner break and the Gertrude Street festival. No need to carry your tripod for the first part of the walk. Leave it in the carpark (hidden of course). Get it out for part two if you want it. Fire spinning will be back at the museum or exhibition buildings after part two if it's not ridiculously late by then. While we'll be crossing a meal time there will NOT be an organised meal, we'll break from the walk at 6pm at the end of part one and restart at 7pm for the festival to give people a chance to grab food wherever they want.||Flick's Walk - Gertrude Street Projection Festival Photowalk||2014-07-19 14:30:00||20|
|Peter Novacco||1,481||Welcome to the Wintervalk! You are invited to Wintervalk - a grand public procession of fantasy folk and mythical creatures in Melbourne, Australia! Our 2014 Wintervalk will be a jubilant procession of magnificently costumed folk giving gifts, playing music, ringing bells and trailing bubbles in the air. Sunday 13 July 2014 The Gathering 12:45pm Treasury Gardens Spring St (near Parliament Station) Melbourne, Australia The Parade 1 - 2pm Through the Melbourne CBD The Picnic 2 - 5pm The Feast of All Nations In a Secret Place (Fitzroy Gardens?) http://www.goldenowlevents.com/the-wintervalk.html||Wintervalk - The Parade of All Nations||2014-07-13 12:45:00||10|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||We'll be walking from the Maribyrnong River to the Yarra River following as closely as possible the old goods railway line as it originally existed to move goods from one part of the port to another for distribution around Melbourne. Where there are available high points we'll take them to see the lights of the Port of Melbourne, The City on the skyline, and of course The Death Star. It's roughly a 6.5km walk plus detours. The faint of heart can shorted in by diverting onto the Capital City Trail after we cross Railway Canal. We'll meet at The Reverence Hotel in Footscray from 5pm and start the walk at dusk as the lights come up nicely for photography probably around 6.15pm. We'll finish at the pizza shop at the end of Webb Bridge where you can get take away for about $10 or eat and drink within if your pockets are deep. Everyone welcome. Map: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=z58dq65KDHgk.kmFUSfv1sWb4||River2River Anniversary Photowalk||2014-06-20 17:00:00||21|
|Ananda Sim||17,746||Stephan is from the Gold Coast, visiting Melbourne. He's interested in some Street Art (Hosier's Lane and other nearby places. It's an informal meet so come and give him a Melbourne welcome. Stephan's websites: http://www.stephanbollinger.com http://www.10fromthecouch.com||Melbourne Clicks and HIRL with Stephan Bollinger||2014-05-03 14:00:00||19|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||A graffiti walk around Richmond starting at dimmeys (what's left of it) and a few other spots. We'll also drift over to the MCG for the open day. I was planning on this walk in December for the #melbourneunearthed December theme but since +100735499501780766533 is coming to town we'll run it early. I'll announce the theme later as I don't want to overload people.||You Little Ripper Linda - Richmond Photo Walk||2013-11-17 13:00:00||20|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||We'll start at Richmond Railway Station and walk down to the river along Cremorne St photographing the new graffiti on the old silos - there might even be a chance of an urbex of the abandoned site for those who dare then along the river on the North bike path taking an easy pace photographing whatever comes to fancy with opportunities for AAMI stadium (the giant soccer ball). Several options from Birurung Marr either along the river and up the street or through the bells on the elevated walkway both ending up at Fed Sq. We'll watch the race (and photograph the people watching the race naturally) at 3pm on the big screen at Fed Sq. The final stage will be around Flinders St station a touch a street with the race goers heading home. We'll probably grab some nosh afterwards. The route map for this photowalk is published and is found here: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=z58dq65KDHgk.klc93QZqfSMA For those of you who are taking part in #melbourneunearthed this walk fits in well with the November theme of "Spring Carnival".||Melbourne Cup Day Photowalk||2013-11-05 13:00:00||19|
|Al Chris||1||This is a gentle and relaxed walk to welcome the magnificent +Julia Robertson to Melbourne. We will start our walk at the Federation Bells, meander down the river to Federation Square, staying as long as people wish. After that, we will visit the lanes, starting with Hosier Lane and then on towards the Paris end of Collins Street. Next call will be Parliament House and the adjoining gardens. It is not meant to be a frantic rush, the main aim is for people to enjoy meeting Julia and chat while we wander. No end point has been set in concrete yet, but I envisage the walk ending about 5 with a possible meal option if people desire it.||Julia Robertson's Welcome walk||2013-09-22 13:30:00||4|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||This is an informal photowalk after the Digital Show on Saturday Night. From Jeff's Shed we'll wander down to Webb Bridge on the South Side for some bridge and marina evening and night shots then make our way back along Southbank towards Swanston Street. We'll take dinner in the Crown food court. After dinner we'll complete our waterfront stroll along towards Flinders & Swanston where we'll head up around Hamer Hall and The Arts Centre down to NGV where we might play with the windows if they're still on when we get there then we'll finish up for the evening. No route map. No way points. No leaders. No formalities. No give-aways. No competitions. Just a good old fashioned photowalk with friends.||Saturday Night River front Crawl and Dinner||2013-09-14 17:30:00||30|
|Jeff Smith||61,248||Welcome to The Selfy Sunday Project for July 28/13. Its been a very busy summer, so I am slacking. *No theme this week* , but I do promise a theme for the next project in two weeks. Everyone is looking forward to some great Selfies. Any questions, We have 17 moderators in the Art of Self Portraiture who can help you along the way. _______________________ UPLOADING The event will be open for uploading photos at 9:00 PM on the Saturday before. Click the Add Photos button in the event to upload your images. This is a Public event open to all. Any questions, again please check the FAQs. Cheers and have fun! Jeff||The Selfy Sunday Project||2013-07-28 03:00:00||161|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||Welcome to another wonderful and huge photowalk event. This walk will be in three parts and we're organising some special entry open building stuff. More details are now available on my blog http://photographersstudy.blogspot.com.au/2013/05/melbourne-photowalkers-google-2nd.html you can come to any combination of parts this is a long one there will be public transport short cuts built in to the route for those who don't want to or can't walk so far parking - we suggest parking near the end of whatever segment or segments you wish to take part in and using PT or car pooling to get to the segment start Walk start and group photo at The Astor organised by +Nat King part 1 Windsor to South Yarra - buildings street and graf - map and test walk by +Margaret Wong with input from +Chris Leighton and +Paul Francis part 2 South Yarra to The Shrine - remembrance and parklands - map and walk test by +Margaret Wong including Shrine entry and photography organised by Marg too. part 3 The Shrine to the beach - parks lakes ducks sunset and of course sand - map and walk test by +Paul Pavlinovich with input and eatery chasing by +Nat King All the graphics used within the event and within the blog are by the talented +Lady Fran W the walk is public you don't need to be in our community to come note that printed maps won't be handed out this time as on previous walks I find them all over the place.||g+ 2nd anniversary Photowalk Melbourne||2013-06-29 01:45:00||162|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||Join us for another anniversary walk with all the usual and plenty of new faces from the Melbourne Photowalkers community. Walk starts and finishes at Collingwood Station. Food is available at The People's Market (expect to be there around 3pm) and after the official walk end at back near the town hall many of us will continue to the The Retreat Hotel for dinner and beer. Here is the route https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=212211852192101909727.0004d81878e69719df99d&msa=0&ll=-37.803952,144.990327&spn=0.016598,0.033023 It's not as long as it looks. Note I've changed the times to ensure we can get into The People's Market which is absolutely brilliant. We'll be going past loads of laneways with amazing street art which are not marked on the route (a few are). If you want to make your walk longer feel free to diverge down the laneways. Suggestions: . There is an urbex site - use commonsense and make your own choices . Down the laneways travel in at least pairs - this is a fairly dodgy place sometimes - this means you Margaret Wong!||Google Anniversary Photowalk *COLLINGWALK*||2013-03-23 03:00:00||55|
|Nicole S. Young||2,312,179||Join me and +Brian Matiash, along with Melbourne photographer +Will Watt on a photowalk Friday, March 8! (Final route and details are TBD.) We look forward to meeting up with G-plussers and photographers in the beautiful country of Australia and hope to see you in a few weeks :)||Melbourne Photowalk with Nicole S. Young & Brian Matiash||2013-03-08 18:00:00||144|
|Trey Ratcliff||8,869,400||Everyone is invited for a fun evening of photography and learning! :) I'm really looking forward to this... I've always wanted to come to Melbourne, and I promised I'd do a photowalk when I came! :) I look forward to meeting you all! *Skill Levels:* All skill levels! From mobile cameras to DSLRs *Time:* Friday, Jan 11 7:30 PM - Or come a little early if you want to say hello! *Cost:* Free *Location:* Federation Square outside the Info Centre *Tag:* #MelbournePhotoWalk2013 *Who can come:* Family friendly...bring the kids! :) I'll be setting up for many shots and talking through my settings and this sort of thing... feel free to ask me any questions or whatever you like! If there are more questions, good man +Paul Pavlinovich will be able to answer them... a big thanks to Paul for helping me to put this together! See you soon!||Google+ Melbourne PhotoWalk with Trey||2013-01-11 21:30:00||503|
|Trey Ratcliff||8,869,400||*Micro Four Thirds Cameras* - A special Hangout event! *Trey's Variety Hour #56* - subscribe for free on www.YouTube.com/stuckincustoms We'll have on @103519655975029093996 to talk A LOT about these cameras and what they're all about. Even my producer for the show @114092052797730247075 is getting one of these cameras! We're putting together a few other guests right now too... I think "Micro Four Thirds" might just be the *worst name ever* for a class of cameras. But after you get over that hopelessly confusing fractional name, you may find this is a light, quick, mobile system that will fit your lifestyle. No more carrying around giant iron and lenses to take good photos needed! #1 Question We Get: How Can I Be on the Show!?!?!? Answer: Contact @114092052797730247075 - he is the gatekeeper for all-things.||*Micro Four Thirds Cameras* - A special Hangout event!||2012-10-23 04:00:00||371|
|Paul Pavlinovich||25,066||This is a @108788369888910953749 event. We'll be meeting up at the angel, dog, horse or WTF the thing is in Birrarung Marr Park. For those unfamiliar with the area I''' meet people at the corner of Batman Ave and Flinders St at 6.15pm to walk down. We'll be shooting the sunset (hope for a good one!) then wandering along the North bank of the mighty brown slug until we reach the pedestrian bridge at Flinders St Station where we'll cross to the South Bank for more wandering. I'm certain there will be beer and ice-cream involved.||Post WWPW Walk...||2012-10-13 09:30:00||17|
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I wanted to remove repeating dot headers in a #MicrosoftWord document that I had imported from pdf using Word 2016. I knew Replace would do it but had to look up the techniques
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OOOOOOk. SSMA (Microsoft's SQL Server Migration Assistant for Access) needs to have, pre-installed, full classic style (.msi) Access installation or Access runtime before it can look inside an Access file.
If you run Office 365, this implementation of Office does not allow side by side installation with .msi implementations of Office. The PC I am using has Office 365/2016 - in order for an Access runtime to be installed, you cannot use the Access 2016 runtime, you have to use the Access 2013 runtime.
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Vintage hand crafted Nonya slippers from the Peranakan Museum, Singapore
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Remember the movie "Entrapment" ?
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You might be interested +Kwanghui Lim
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Spoiler alert, I guess
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Back at my desk, adding to my CNY album for this year.
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One of Al Jarreau's recent collaborations, aspirational as always
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Old standards for #MicrosoftExcel
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Real Crocs by the Beach in Singapore
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Remembering my favourite Al Jarreau (1983)
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Ever since he enveloped us in the warmth of Nitakungodea Milele, Al Jarreau has been part of my life. Thanks so much for being part of my memories and my refuge. RIP
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Expectations for the new year
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I reckon it's a legacy and ancestral kinda temple
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My cousin says, it's about individual control #burbanwalls
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Somewhere we might find a loose #cabelicious +Cableicous
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Doing the laundry #burbanwalls
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Eong, S. (1974). RINGGIT. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 47(1 (225)), 58-65. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/41511014
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Olympus M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.2 on OM-D E-M1 Mark 1 with a bit of finesse from ON1 Raw Photo 2017
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Individual water meters in front of multi-owner multi-storey shophouses in Malaysia, fascinate me. I don't know why.
25mm f/1.2 M.Zuiko on OM-D E-M1 Mark 1
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Part 3 of a few more photos and musings
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Narrating a walk
2017-02-06 05:47:18 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 20 +1s; )
It's not what you wear on your feet so much as what you feel in doing so and how you carry yourself. A shot in Pudu, Kuala Lumpur with the M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.2 given a lift with On1 Photo Raw 2017. For #shoesmonday +Shoes Monday +miyuki MK +Rob Hallifax +Olga Kafka , myself +Ananda Sim and +Shoes Monday
2017-02-05 01:38:21 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 18 +1s; )
May this New Chinese Year bring lots of of happy prosperity. That's what this fellow seems to say
2017-02-05 01:17:32 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )
Part nth of Robin and his myriad Kuching followers.
2017-02-05 01:16:05 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )
Waiting for the temple's fortune teller to interpret the scripts
We went inside the Chinese temple, looking for atmosphere in the smoke of the joss delineating the rays of sunlight that streamed in. This was the 9th day of Chinese New Year #CNY with a steady queue of people patiently waiting for tales and readings of their this year's fortune, personalised to them. You've got to be there to feel the peace and the expectation.
Technically - DxO Optics has offered their superseded Version 9 of their raw convertor Optics Pro for free - the current paid version is 11. Of course it does not have optics modules for the latest brace of Olympus lenses and bodies but there's still fun to be had. This is the Kodakchrome 64 simulation as well
2017-02-04 09:52:12 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )
This is the second one I like from my brief shoot with the M. Zuiko 25mm f/1.2 it's an in situ portrait - he helps slaughter chickens at the wet market.
2017-02-04 08:50:54 (12 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )
Shopping for a red tortoise on CNY
2017-02-04 08:20:23 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )
Diverse vegetables at Pudu Wet Market
2017-02-04 07:42:25 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )
Went for a Pudu Market stroll with +Robin Wong who was most kind to host and help me with public transport. Also, I Robin brought this 25mm f/1.2 M. Zuiko for me to hands on. I'm way rusty with street, the Malaysian scene, and of course first time with this lens. It's a lot faster in AF than my trusty old 20mm f/1.7 Panasonic, silent, the very shallow depth of field I used meant that I lost quite a few shots miss pointing the focus.
This would be my most personally satisfying shot, he looks awesome. btw he works with coconuts.
2017-02-03 02:49:40 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )
Dan Bricklin talks about the origin of Visicalc #microsoftexcel #GoogleSheets +Debra Dalgleish
2017-02-02 11:36:11 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 21 +1s; )
You have to make a choice
2017-02-02 10:26:28 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 17 +1s; )
2017-02-01 06:36:15 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 23 +1s; )
A traditional brief visit to the Buddhist Maha Vihara with mum -we missed the first day with the priests at position, blessing but this is a nice visit as well, calm, peaceful.
2017-02-01 06:31:56 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 19 +1s; )
A rather belated #shoesmonday +Shoes Monday post - my apologies to my team mates +Olga Kafka +miyuki MK +Rob Hallifax - being overseas and having a dodgy tummy with frequent runs was not that fun. But never mind, Chinese New Year is on for 15 days.
2017-01-28 09:46:35 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )
Your Google photos archive
Find your photos from around Google products. Even the "Photos from posts" album is here and still updated!
Sign in your Google account and see for yourself:
#GooglePlus #GoogleDrive #Blogger #GooglePhotos
2017-01-28 02:28:27 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )
Stop the annoying rotating animated comments on the Google+
If you are as mad as I am with the new G+ rotating comments on a desktop:
You can stop them, luckily!
Check out: https://plus.google.com/settings and scroll down.
Then Click on the "Animate comment previews" thingy to turn it off.
Keeps you sane.
Here, I wanted to add some text but didn't. That would've perhaps hurt some people I used to work with.
These should be OPT-IN rather than OPT-OUT with no instructions!
2017-01-27 14:49:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )
Hmm. Might be interesting
2017-01-27 12:38:27 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 32 +1s; )
And then there's Sis's own recipe Curry Kapitan
2017-01-27 12:37:28 (12 comments; 0 reshares; 18 +1s; )
Mmm. Back with sis and her signature CNY butter prawns +Azlin Bloor +Jackie M
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