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Draw By your camera color rays

How to draw by your camera? In photography, shutter speed or exposure time is the length of time that the film or digital sensor inside the camera is exposed to light (that is, when the camera's shutter is open) when taking a photograph.[1] The amount of light that reaches the film or image sensor is proportional to the exposure time. 1⁄500 of a second will let half as much light in as 1⁄250. Give it a try, Check out my photo on Foap! https://foap.com/photos/4c003d64-a1a4-498a-a5b4-9374a9eaab74 Source Wikipedia

Draw By your camera color lines

How to draw by your camera? In photography, shutter speed or exposure time is the length of time that the film or digital sensor inside the camera is exposed to light (that is, when the camera's shutter is open) when taking a photograph.[1] The amount of light that reaches the film or image sensor is proportional to the exposure time. 1⁄500 of a second will let half as much light in as 1⁄250. Give it a try, Check out my photo on Foap! https://foap.com/photos/3b2f0837-7e3b-4ece-b85e-1244cff76ce2 Source Wikipedia

Maltese dog _ Jemmy

Check out my photo on Foap! https://foap.com/photos/2d31522a-0f42-4367-9098-21915305f3cc The Maltese is a breed of dog in the toy group. It is thought to have originated in south-central Europe from dogs of spitz type. Despite the name, it has no verified historic or scientific connection to the island of Malta. It traditionally has a silky, pure-white coat, hanging ears and a tail that curves over its back, and weighs up to 3.6 kilograms (8 lb) Source Wikipedia

Draw By your camera B/W

How to draw by your camera? In photography, shutter speed or exposure time is the length of time that the film or digital sensor inside the camera is exposed to light (that is, when the camera's shutter is open) when taking a photograph.[1] The amount of light that reaches the film or image sensor is proportional to the exposure time. 1⁄500 of a second will let half as much light in as 1⁄250. Give it a try, Check out my photo on Foap! https://foap.com/photos/f1dfbb03-c-4fe6-84b4-687382117ad8 Source Wikipedia

The Red Phone

Check out my photo on Foap! https://foap.com/photos/add3dc12-a61b-4e34-b1b5-e9d4607c567d What was the Red Phone? The Red Phone, also known as the Red Telephone, the Moscow-Washington hotline and the Hot Line, is a "confidence building measure" and communications system designed to decrease tensions and prevent accidental nuclear war by providing direct contact between the leaders of the United States and Russia. It links the White House (via the National Military Command Center) with the Kremlin. This hotline was established in 1963 and links the Pentagon with the Kremlin (historically, with Soviet Communist Party leadership across the square from the Kremlin itself).  Although in popular culture it is known as the "red telephone", the hotline was never a telephone line, and no red phones were used. The first implementation used Teletype equipment, and shifted to fax machines in 1986.  Since 2008, the Moscow–Washington hotline has been a secure computer

Mercedes-Benz A-Class Or Infiniti Q30

Mercedes-Benz A-Class W176  Infiniti Q30 Welcome to the future - where your Mercedes-Benz is a Nissan and your Nissan is a Mercedes-Benz.  Lost already? Let me catch you up. Infiniti is the premium arm of Nissan, in much the same way Lexus is the premium arm of Toyota, and the Q30 is Infiniti’s hatchback.  Thanks to the state of various global manufacturing alliances the Q30 is mechanically, largely a previous-generation Mercedes-Benz A-Class, with a similar arrangement seeing the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class ute comprised largely of Nissan Navara underpinnings. Recently, the Q30 has had its range of variants trimmed from a confusing five down to two, and the one we’re testing here is the top-spec Sport. Make sense? I hope so. The Q30 Sport joined me on an 800km trip along the east coast in the height of summer. So, can it make the most of its German/Japanese roots? Read on to find out. Source https://www.carsguide.com.au/infiniti/q30/vs/mercedes-benz-a-class Check out my phot

155-million-year-old fossil from US, The Dinosaur @ Dubai Mall

Giant dinosaur skeleton unveiled at The Dubai Mall The exhibit is open to free public viewing at the mall’s Grand Atrium and a naming contest is to decide what the female giant will be called. The prehistoric dinosaur remains are from the late Jurassic period and belong to the Diplodocus longus variety, characterised by an endless whip-like tail, long slender neck and small head. Nearly 90 per cent of the fossil’s bones are original. The remains of the adult dinosaur were discovered in a sleeping position in 2008 at the Dana Quarry in the US state of Wyoming. The exhibit was air-freighted from the US to Dubai, the mall says on its website, thedubaimall.com. The site adds the dinosaur was as heavy as five elephants and vegetarian, gobbling up tree tops without chewing. It stood as tall as five people stacked up and stretched as long as five cars bumper to bumper. The dinosaur is said to be the first fossil bone mounted in an upright position and all the bones on exhibit come

Ascott Park Place Dubai Skyscraper Link

Polished units with city or gulf views in a chic apartment hotel offering an outdoor pool & dining. Serviced Apartments in Dubai Ascott Park Place Dubai offers luxury residences with dedicated services and modern facilities. Housed within the iconic 56-storey Park Place Tower, the residence features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows in select apartments that overlook breathtaking views of the city or the Arabian Gulf. Located on the premium and exclusive Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai’s most valuable real estate and business district centre. Within walking distance of the serviced residence, you will find many destinations such as The Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Dubai International Financial Centre. The Dubai World Trade Center Metro Station is also just across the road, branching you out conveniently to various locations within the city. Ideal for corporate housing, our spacious serviced apartments come with elegant furnishings and contemporary feat

Waterfall and Human Diver Sculpture in Dubai Mall

Dubai Mall Waterfall is one of the most interesting works of art you can see in Dubai. Due to its size, it does not go unnoticed by visitors to the Dubai Mall, but few know its history and its significance. Some interesting facts about Dubai Mall Waterfall The Dubai Mall Waterfall, also known as Human Waterfall, or more simply as Dubai Waterfall, is a spectacular fountain that resembles a waterfall, adorned with a series of sculptures of human divers, which return an incredible sense of dynamism and realism to the rhythmic flow of the water. The Dubai Mall Waterfall was installed in 2009, and was designed by Singapore-based architectural firm DP Architects , who also designed the entire Dubai Mall. The waterfall is four stories high, and runs through the full height of the Dubai Mall. It has a circular shape, with a diameter of over 30 meters. The divers, are sculptures made of fiberglass, and give a mysterious and intriguing aspect to the fountain. They represent men divin

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