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Monday, August 31, 2009


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I still remember the picture of the Paris Pendulum from my Children's Encyclopaedia. The concept still staggersme.


That is very interesting and a good subject for a monochrome shot. I also like your sin and salvation shot below. That's a good one!


I´m a bit ashamed to say that I have never seen one. The closest one is not that far from me...(thinking,, route-planning)...maybe this year then!

Somehow that black and white is just the right way to show that compass.


Nice one!




Very cool shot!

Clueless in Boston

I never heard of Foucault pendulums. Interesting picture.



Lee Spangler

Thanks for the pix. I loved seeing one as a child at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. Looked at all the last pix on your blog. Just terrific. You have such an eye. I saw last night the new movie Goodbye Solo DVD filmed in Winston-Salem by director from that town. Have you seen or heard of it? It is excellent.

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