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JimboZA

Local airfield (IATA QRA, ICAO FAGM) webcam.

Might just get a bit stormy later, but stunning clouds right now.
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Coding Badly


On the right, way off in the distance, on the horizon, what city is that?


JimboZA

That's Johannesburg CBD, about 15km or so. My home's on that ridge, and I can see the airfield from the kitchen.
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arduidiot

oh nice we get some bizzare cirrus stratus here in Perth but being attention divergent i try not to stare for too long halts progress or assists digressing depending on which way you look at it but oh wait digress only refers to if one were discussing que forum police we have a another problem
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Coding Badly


Is that the view from HenleyCam West?


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I can see the airfield from the kitchen.
Noisy?


JimboZA

Yep that was Henley Cam West.

Not very noisy, it's 15km away and not particularly busy.
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larryd

When we see stuff like that usually means hail is on the way.

Where is the snow? ;)
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Raining here - unless you go up to northern NY/VT/NH/Maine, then it's snowing. Snow was a lot farther south earlier, down into MA.
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TomGeorge

Hi, not sure if they still do, but the Bureau of Meteorology  in Australia, used to encourage people to email those sorts of pictures in from them to display, if you were lucky it could even get selected as a picture in their calender.

http://www.bom.gov.au/calendar/

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arduidiot

oh ok they can put these in the calendar, the good "bugs out of lens focus" i took.
im a good observer. not the brightest but very curious.

that poor innocent dog died from AC. he died.

I do not refuse my dinner simply because I do not understand the process of digestion."

arduidiot

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im a good observer. not the brightest but very curious.

that poor innocent dog died from AC. he died.

I do not refuse my dinner simply because I do not understand the process of digestion."

TomGeorge

Ohh, stunning, the composition, the colour, the feel for just the right angle.
How do you do it?

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arduidiot

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Jan 13, 2015, 11:28 am Last Edit: Jan 13, 2015, 12:45 pm by arduidiot
i was literal. They are real photos but when an object is not in focus it becomes "blur" particularly if you capture in burst mode. Most likely an insect which has an exoskelton composition that gives it that brilliant orange. over 200 captured of same resolution. I conducted the study after a "doctor" was in the newspaper in which he had a link published to his website which had links to a new aged religion.

So of course this made me furious, after i contacted him and told him what i thought of him he said he will call the police if i email him again. So i passively vented my anger by conducting a lengthy study on the objects and verified a definate digital camera model dependancy,  coupled with assistance from another physics lover who was a specialist in the field of photography, and who had the patience to debate with me for months via email on possible explainations.

But yea the model dependant nature really cracked it to pieces so i feel as if i have made some kind of "inner" victory seeings the good "doctor" was not interested in studying the matter under intense scrutiny.

I also want to add that about 1 in 5 captured the insect's wings in the mid torso position. i just cant find the folder for those, i can dig them up if you really want. i just have those ones on this computer to make a series of personal desktop memes of his face from the paper/ tv interview he did 2 months later and the objects.

Again, note that there are 0 zero occurances on some models and a constant rate of objects occurance on others. So even if the insect postulate is not correct the model dependancy involves the camera's specific operation far too intimately for us to be dealing with a scalable physical object in the conventional sense.
im a good observer. not the brightest but very curious.

that poor innocent dog died from AC. he died.

I do not refuse my dinner simply because I do not understand the process of digestion."

arduidiot

Unusual color distribution for sunset tonight
im a good observer. not the brightest but very curious.

that poor innocent dog died from AC. he died.

I do not refuse my dinner simply because I do not understand the process of digestion."

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