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|Rich Gibson||O'Reilly Media|
Browse Photography by Shooting Location
the server to store cache files. Then put the script in a directory on your server suitable for housing CGI scripts, make the script executable, and it should work.
The script relies on the Flickr and Google Maps APIs, and if either service is slow or down, there may be problems. The first time you run the script, it will create a cache of data from Flickr, which will be slow, but it will run more quickly after that.
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Browse Photography by Shooting Location
What a lovely photograph! Where was it taken?
Since the rise of digital photography, more people have been snapping more photos than ever. Web sites such as Flickr have sprung up to help people manage and publish their photos, and Flickr itself has gone one step further and allows its users to “tag” their photographs with keywords that indicate what’s being depicted. These tags can help you figure out who and what is being depicted, but wouldn’t it be nice sometimes—particularly in the case of those lovely landscape photos—to know where they were taken?See All Chapters
|Chuck Toporek||O'Reilly Media||ePub|
|Cora Banek||Rocky Nook-IPS||ePub|
When you shoot a picture, you have a number of decisions to make. You’ll make some of these decisions intuitively, but others will require more conscious deliberation. The first and most important choice for a photographer is always what to include in the image—and what to leave out. Everything else rests on this decision. It determines what your subject will be and what fragment of reality the viewer will see. The snippet of reality you choose to capture is highly subjective—photography is not, by nature, an objective medium. Your photos will rarely feature a solitary subject, and what you include with the main subject is very telling. Viewers will see all the elements in relation to one another.
Deciding what elements to include in your image isn’t the end of composition; you must also decide how to arrange them. The mental and physical relationship a photographer has with the objects in an image strongly influences how viewers will perceive the photo. The degree to which photographers can move in their shooting space and their level of open-mindedness gives them flexibility to design an image. This close relationship between the content of an image and its design is fundamental to depicting the subject and establishing a visual statement.See All Chapters
|Bernardine Bishop||Karnac Books||ePub|
This paper is about twins and twinning, the impact on psychoanalytic work of the existence of an actual twin, and defensive twin-ship. The primary emotional task facing an infant is the development of a sense of self, a personal identity, separate from but connected to mother and father. The task is complicated by the presence of a twin, whether mono- or di-zygotic, same or different sex. The twin-ship is an additional relationship to be dealt with by all members of the family, but most particularly by the twins themselves. They face a unique series of conflicts between remaining enmeshed and separating: a conflict within each individual twin, between the twins, and between them and their parents. The establishment of separateness from a twin is a process requiring parental help that takes place while the twins are working out their relationships with each parent and with the parental couple.
I have worked individually with a number of adult patients who have a twin, and therefore with the implications of twin-ship for the transference relationship. In working with the individual twin, the twin transference must be addressed in addition to the maternal and paternal object relationships, and the relationship to the parental couple as the creative couple. The twin-ship may be used as a defence by the patient and may make working through the oedipal situation more difficult. If the twin in the transference is not recognized and analysed, a fundamental aspect of the personality will remain inadequately known and integrated, and development towards separateness in the analysis will be impeded.See All Chapters
|Eddie Stimpson, Jr.||University of North Texas Press|
Horses, mule, cows, hog, goats, sheep, chicken, turkey, duck, goose, pigeon. There may be many other, but these are the animals I my self is most familiar with. Each animal has a distinction of it own.
Cow can be about as wild as any animal I know if a man or some one is not around them all the time. All cow can become a milk cow after ther first calf but you have to train them, and even the best train milk cow will some time kick you and your milk over while you have them in a stall. To prevent this you put leg hobble on. Also each cow no ther own stall where they eat and be milk. Cow are very good mother and very protective of the herd they with. During the day or night whin the calf are fed, the cows will bed down ther babies and at least one mother cow will stay there with them.
A cow have a steady feeding habit. The only time they are not eating is whin they are lying down or some thing unusual enter the field where they are, such as dog, deer, hogs, a strange person, even rabbits. They will stand still in ther track and watch what ever it is until it out of site or come too close to ther position, and if this happen they have a certain bellow and all take up a defense position, putting all the young in the middle or between them and the danger.See All Chapters
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