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Golf 2
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Image by [Topguy]
I'm not playing golf, I'm just hitting a small white (or yellow) ball around on a green field trying not ot loose it.

Dinner - Day 278 of Project 365
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Image by purplemattfish
21/05/09

I was a bit busy today so this is my backup shot.

I'm currently working on a job for old school friend, and as I ended up working late this evening and he invited me back home for some dinner cooked courtesy of his mother.

They are a family with Pakistani cultural roots and his mother seems to be able to summon a banquet of food at a moment’s notice. The main course was stir fried pickled vegetable with noodles (pictured) along with a chicken mince and green chilli dish. The sweet was a traditional Indian sweet which consisted of a yellow ball (the size of a golf ball) with a slightly crumbly texture that tasted of mild sweet aromatic coconut, it was very nice even though it's very difficult to describe!

As a surprise his sister in law had also rustled up a “Boston cream sponge” which whilst perfectly edible was difficult to finish as I was stuffed after the main course!

Lightroom: auto levels, sharpen, save to JPG

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31:365 Ball and tees
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Image by mattbeckwith
Thanks Adam and Jon for the inspiration tonight.

Shot with 60mm macro lens f/4.5. Shot at 1/15.

Shot on a blank piece of paper (thanks Redboy for the idea) with new flash (430EX II), bounced off the wall to the left of the subject, with diffuser.

big-city-mushrooms
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Image by dandeluca
This is the craziest thing -- these mushrooms sprouted out of the little crack between the cement floor and the metal plate under my front door. Last night they were little yellow nubs, I thought they were just stray packing foam bits blown in under the gate. (I have my own entrance on the street, with a little vestibule between the gate and the front door -- that's where these guys are.) Then this morning there were these three big mushroom caps, each bigger than a golf ball. And they look kind of ominous too, definitely not eating mushrooms, I'd say.

Eggs in Yellow Basket
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Leisure Lakes Golf Course
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A man was hit by a golf ball and we were on the scene in minutes but the man was taken to hospital by land ambulance.

Spongebob!
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Brilliance of the Seas (Miniature Golf)
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Image by Rennett Stowe
The Brilliance of the Seas' miniature golf course and rock climbing wall. The waterslide is between the golf course and the wall. This picture is looking from the back of the ship forward.

(Picture was taken while in port at Athens)

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362.365 - My lucky golf outfit
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Image by Jeff the Trojan
I never golf without wearing my lucky viking hat, single-lens sunglasses, corduroy blazer (with elbow patches), purple and yellow wrestling singlet, golf glove, swim trunks, and of course my fins (aka flippers). Although I only wear the fins when I'm teeing off at the beginning of each hole and then switch back into my normal golf shoes until the next tee. Because really, how stupid would I look trying to walk around the golf course in fins!

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midgetgolf [cropped]
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Image by S@Z
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noe tilfeldig innsjø i Norge
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Image by pim van den heuvel
Ah, I was golfing there and saw the sunset and was actually to tired to make yet another typical water reflection picture on my vacation, and my camera was 30 meters away. Sow I made a hole in one and got my camera. not really. I actually hit the golfball one time into the lake. Kind of hard to hit the ball out the water. (translate the title if you don't know Norwegian)
BTW. I noticed that this picture looks kind of photoshopped from far away(also close-up), buth the sky really looked like that and I don't use photoshop these days.

Getting the fit just right
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Image by Unhindered by Talent
We made a few day trips while staying at Methwold Old Vicarage, the first of which was to Grimes Graves, a large pre-historic flint mining site. For over 1,000 years (starting around 3,000 BC), neolithic folk mined high quality "floorstone" flint below more than 10 meters of chalk. The mining was done using red deer antlers as the primary digging tool (!), and there is evidence of over 400 shafts. The miners typically dug a straight shaft down the the desired flint level, and then dug very shallow radiating shafts (little more than crawl spaces) along the flint seam, with no bracing or support. When they were done they back-filled the mines, leaving a large, dimpled area of land that looks vaguely like a huge green golf ball.

A few of the mines have been excavated, and you can actually climb down into one and get a real feel for the place and the process. You get to wear cool yellow hard hats, which you need - I bumped my head several times in the small spaces. You can see the white chalk marks on the top of Sub-Evil and WeatherGirl's helmets as they descend, evidence of previous wearer's bumping their heads into the chalk walls and ceilings.

All in all a very cool visit!

In some sense they were strip mining the area for flint. With nothing but people power and antlers, however, they couldn't strip too much or too fast. Take that same idea and put the muscle of modern technology behind it, though, and we can rip the top off a mountain.

Here we have Sub-Evil Boy being fitted by the nice lady from English Heritage that helped us out with our descent.

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Yellow Golf Ball
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Blongo Ball
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Image by lincolnblues
Blongo Ball anyone?

Crazy golf
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Yahoo! balls
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Purple and Yellow golf balls in Seattle

Golf Ball Pyramids
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Image by Beau B

Golf Ball Pyramids
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Image by Beau B

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Great balls of... pollen!
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Image by macropoulos
No, these are not yellow golf balls 🙂
It's pollen on the stamen of an hibiscus flower (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis), captured at 3:1 macro using Yannis Rigakis's MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x Macro lens and Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX ring flash.

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Canon Powershot G7 review
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Image by kevindooley
Subtitle: My own damn fault (Explore)

I had a hard time deciding when I bought a new camera a year ago whether to go with DSLR or "single body". I knew from experience that carrying around a camera that can't fit in your pocket was a pain in the ass, but I also sensed I might be interesting in higher end equipment at some point. I decided on the single body Canon Powershot G7, which I viewed as the best single-body available. (Yes, I bought the best of the tube Sony TVs rather than a big screen and I think my picture is better!) Since some of you may be considering a G9, this review may be still useful.

Pros:
* Not a lightweight, but can indeed fit in pants pocket (barely).
* Very good landscape photos.
* Absolutely killer macro mode.
* Good battery life.
* Nice "manual" controls, easy to learn and use
* Lens fully retracts
* Incredible dof at f/2.8 in macro mode
* Very good image stabilization, autofocus
* Great digital zoom
* 10MP really helps when cropping

Cons:
* No swivel screen
* Mediocre DOF at f/2.8 on regular mode
* No RAW (they fixed this--G9 has RAW mode)
* Can only buy a few add-on lenses
* Can only go to ISO200 reliably; built-in flash sucks
* Reliability issues?

The final "con" I don't know who to blame. In the last two weeks the damper on the zoom switch has busted (have seen this complained about elsewhere on web); and autofocus seems to fail now sometimes, which freezes all the other controls and usually means a reboot. All of these problems started when I brought the camera on this golf outing. I put it in the golf cart unprotected and I think I underestimated how much bouncing around there was... Oh well, now I have an excuse to upgrade...

Crawling back in time
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Image by Unhindered by Talent
We made a few day trips while staying at Methwold Old Vicarage, the first of which was to Grimes Graves, a large pre-historic flint mining site. For over 1,000 years (starting around 3,000 BC), neolithic folk mined high quality "floorstone" flint below more than 10 meters of chalk. The mining was done using red deer antlers as the primary digging tool (!), and there is evidence of over 400 shafts. The miners typically dug a straight shaft down the the desired flint level, and then dug very shallow radiating shafts (little more than crawl spaces) along the flint seam, with no bracing or support. When they were done they back-filled the mines, leaving a large, dimpled area of land that looks vaguely like a huge green golf ball.

A few of the mines have been excavated, and you can actually climb down into one and get a real feel for the place and the process. You get to wear cool yellow hard hats, which you need - I bumped my head several times in the small spaces. You can see the white chalk marks on the top of Sub-Evil and WeatherGirl's helmets as they descend, evidence of previous wearer's bumping their heads into the chalk walls and ceilings.

All in all a very cool visit!

In some sense they were strip mining the area for flint. With nothing but people power and antlers, however, they couldn't strip too much or too fast. Take that same idea and put the muscle of modern technology behind it, though, and we can rip the top off a mountain.

It was really tough to take photos down in the mine (dark, small, etc.). This is a flash photo down one of the shallow galleries, shot through the bars that keep us from actually crawling down these passages. (No worries for me, but it would be pretty scary to lose a 5 year old down one of these.)

The neolithic miners apparently didn't use any supports for these shafts, which they kept quite shallow for just that reason. (This is probably less than a meter tall.) So the support on the left is a modern addition and not something that would have been here 4,000 years ago.

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