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Tuesday, June 01, 2010


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Well at least there is north and south, providing that is you know the difference! Signs like this can be very confusing and funny if you are not looking for somewhere specific!



Mike J Baron

The FAA requires the "red and white" color scheme on any tall structures that are close to an airport...except for the airport's control tower.


More research is needed to get to the bottom of this.


Cool composition with the funny tower on the left!


... on the right! Sorry... LOL!


This kind of sign usually baffles us (I mean, us Europeans!)


P.S.: we're used to heading towards a city, not in a direction!

barbara farr

Lovin that red/white check water tower. It really pops.

Regarding you comments on my burned out mill and HDR. In case you haven't already looked it up, HDR is high dynamic range photography. You take a series of photos (at least 3) with varying aperature settings to get a wider range of detail from shadows or highlights. A tripod really comes in handy. Then, using Photomatix (or another software) you merge the three photos together. I use the bracketing feature on my camera, but you can do it manually.


Lynwood Smith was a furniture executive from High Point and was finance chair for Jim Hunt's first campaign for Governor in 1976.

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