A GRIPPING DOUBLE EXPOSURE Photograph by FLORIAN IMGRUND (inthoughts on Flickr) In this incredible double exposure by Florian Imgrund, we see his hands cast against an incredible shot of the forest. It’s an incredible effect and the composition is truly gripping. Florian states that this shot was an analogue double exposure meaning [...]
The clothing motif also comes into play after Duncan's body has been discovered. Banquo awakens the rest of the castle, calling a meeting after having their "naked frailties hid, That suffer in exposure," meaning to dress up and out of their nightwear. Macbeth agrees, saying, "let's briefly put on manly readiness, And meet i' the hall together." It appears that Macbeth feels manlier and superior in his day-time clothing.
https://flic.kr/p/ryhfeu | Clouds of Orion | Clouds of Orion (Galactic Hunter) is the name of this 56 panes mosaic image I captured between October 2014 and March 2015 of the Orion constellation, featuring a large number of well-known objects, from the Horsehead nebula, to the Orion nebula, Barnard's loop, Witchhead nebula and many others. The image accumulates 242 hours of exposure time (1over 2,000 total individual exposures), meaning you're looking at the light captured by a CCD camera…
Was listed at #8 for Dec. 6th 2006 Later listed at #3 but I never got a screen shot of it. Must of happened while I slept. It also made it to #2, but not for long, because upon checking back it was well into the 100's spot. Who knows. Exciting but such a headache to try and catch that magical moment. Oh well, thank you everyone for stopping by.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer has come under fire from scientists, regulators, and journalists for recently concluding that red meat, mobile phones, exposure to the sun and glyphosate are as dangerous as asbestos. Why? IARC measures hazard, not risk, meaning it doesn’t take into account how likely it is for a person to contract cancer from these substances. Does it cause more harm than good?