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- in germany we call it mecces, too.. it's not the official name…
"Zur goldenen Möwe"
- when i'm done with all "i wish no wishes anymore"
- yeah, right.. the only interesting point of that post…
Yeah, but she needed to say something pretentious and artsy or it wouldn't be art.
ART: 10% what you actually did
90% how you talk about what you did and how you and everyone else are better people for doing it
yeah but if she did that then she couldn't qualify for a faggot hipster now could she? can't have that, no no...
The project actually was about filming beauty, and as she did it, she realized the reactions were much more interesting.
- its an irrational fear for some conspiracy theorists.. …
Actually that's not quite true for asteroids. Contrary to what you might think, it's actually pretty hard to locate them, because the only way to see them at all in most cases is to be looking in their direction when they pass in front of a star. It's like trying to look for black holes, but without the benefit of being able to look for radiological emissions.
- I live in Cuxhaven (Germany). We have an Island 15 Kilometer (…
a lil water..a lot of water
the Severn estuary has the biggest and fastest tide in the world behind the Nile
- so a woman reported missing was found in her house..
Kissass facts 2
Huh she must be Osama bin Laden
the article i found (i'm croatian) says she was actually dead for 35 years.
she was a total recluse and a bit of a loon, so no one suspected she might have died. also she was apparently saying she was going on a trip / moving away so that also might be a reason nobody found her.
people who knew her said she was both very private and timid, but also very aggressive and not liked much by the other neighbours.
someone kept paying her electricity bills up until 3 months before her body was found, and there were no gas bills since gas wasn't used there for 35 years
Possibly the murderer???? Perfect way to hide a crime for a long time.
- I dont know dude... doesnt this mean, that also the majority o…
edgy stuff/daily reminder
Women are not allowed to answer surveys without a males permission in these countries
- As a hobby photographer i have to say that analog photography …
I took a darkroom class for three years in high school and I couldn't agree more. There's definitely a magical feeling when you get when you can see the picture you put so much effort into developing before your eyes. Hitting the playback button on a digital camera just doesn't do it.
Now I really wish I had another darkroom class. I miss it.
I was half expecting to read something praising the old fashioned look or color quality of film. Because that's what idiots try to praise nowadays, as if there's some old magic aesthetic to it.
But I totally agree with what you said. Using older equipment with less of the "kiddie wheels" and easy mode features makes you learn better and faster.
I'm not a photographer by any means, but I've learned a thing or two. The first time I really used a DSLR was at my sister's wedding, I went straight into full manual mode. I only knew what exposure/shutter speed and ISO did, but really had to rethink when I was controlling the aperture aswell, and learning how those three tie into each other.
After that, I could take much better photos even on just my phone with some manual settings.
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