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Well ... I always envied the camera. Why it can see the world as shown in this photo...

*Another reality.* Well ... I always envied the camera. Why it can see the world as shown in this photo, but I can not? I found this recipe: you need to drink 0.75 liters of whiskey, lay your hands in a pose of Napoleon, nothing to think about. The picture is exactly the same as my camera. ;) #london #longexposure #longexposurephotography #ukphotographycommunity #uk #england #british #nikonpho...

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In alot of the areas in the outback of Australia there are no speed zones. After my extensive travels...

In alot of the areas in the outback of Australia there are no speed zones. After my extensive travels through many of the areas, I fully understand why. To get past these huge 'road trains' incredible speeds need to be reached...It made me very nervous but I'm sure most guys would love it. Lucky for the open, straight stretches as at times it seemed like an eternity before you got past them. #o...

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This Day in Aviation History
May 24th, 1967
First flight of the Aero Spacelines Mini Guppy.

The Aero...

*This Day in Aviation History* *May 24th, 1967* First flight of the Aero Spacelines Mini Guppy.   The Aero Spacelines Mini Guppy is a large, wide-bodied US cargo aircraft used for aerial transport of outsized cargo components. The Mini Guppy is one of the Guppy line of aircraft produced by Aero Spacelines, Inc....   Source: Wikipedia, *Aero Spacelines Mini Guppy:* http://gstv.us/1GwaYUz   Yo...

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The Galileo project with its 18 satellites is up and running 

Kicked off 17 years ago, the Galileo ...

*The Galileo project with its 18 satellites is up and running* Kicked off 17 years ago, the Galileo is meant to enable *useful, groundbreaking applications* . The latest issue of the research*eu results magazine presents results from 8 research projects covering key sectors including transport, infrastructure works, disaster management, maritime surveillance and citizen-oriented applications. ...

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