I would give up all of my dreams for her, and she just wants to be with someone who can’t begin to fathom her inner beauty.
This triple gear is a real thing, and thanks to some intricate math and the advent of 3-D printing, it exists. Before this, at least as far as I can tell, a triple-meshed gear required one of the gears to turn in the opposite direction as the other two. That is no longer the case.
I can’t for the life of me imagine what this would be used in, but hey … at least we have it now. Get to designing!
(via henryseg on Shapeways)
Quantum Cloud - Series, 1998-2008 by Antony Gormley
what a storm
How was this even taken?
Tripod. High ISO Speed that allows a fast shutter speed and a camera that is good enough to counter act the grain (since its pretty dark and I don’t see much grain). And one lucky split second where the shutter happened to be pressed just as this happened. It’s like a shot of a lifetime.
I cannot count how many times I have reblogged this, and I will never pass up that opportunity.
Wow. Just wow.
that. is so. FUCKING COOL.
But that guy is wrong. Lighting shots are slow shutter speed. But yes Tripod. Grain can be taken away. or could even be a film shot.
still an awesome photo.
Adam Scott, winner of the 2013 Masters, during the final round of the 2012 PGA Championship.