Camera-Breaker (natural+disasters Summer flowers trees ). Photo by lousyfocus
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Camera-Breaker

Uploaded by: lousyfocus

Thursday June 24, 2010

Tobyhanna, PA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Only the item in my right hand is mine. Those other gizmos belong to a train-chasing guy from MN who's wife took this picture and surprisingly her camera did not break. The engineer's cap notwithstanding, I am -not- a compulsive train-chaser. In fact, I am very fussy about what I'll take a picture of. (It is true, however, that trains conform to both of my two, very restrictive criteria.) Rule #1: Is the subject moving? If so - OK to take a picture of it. Rule #2: Is the subject stationary? If so - OK to take a picture of it.

Manufacturer: NIKON CORPORATION

Model: NIKON D70

Orientation: top - left

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Exposure Time: 1/400 sec.

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Shutter speed: 8.64 EV (APEX: 20, 1/400 sec.)

Aperture: 6.64 EV (f/10.0)

Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV

Flash: Flash did not fire.

User Comment:

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Color Space: sRGB

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Custom Rendered: Custom process

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White Balance: Auto white balance

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About lousyfocus

lousyfocus

SWDM; 60+; 2 grown daughters; 4 indoor cats. Have had only 4 addresses ever - all of which have been within 25 mi. of each other in NE PA, where civilization has become too noticeable. Productivity at this end suffered a setback quite awhile ago, but picture-taking is an attempt to hopefully show that it has at least partially been restored - with some titles and/or captions intending to increase the "fun" of the process. Comments of support have made life immeasurably better. It is hugely attractive that this site provides so many well-done glimpses of the world. My oldest WunderPhotos which understandably weren't anybody's favorites - and thousands of other pics - can no longer be seen by clicking on "Visit My Website" next to this bio. The site (Webshots) has been restructured, resulting in the undoing of many, many hours of effort. "My WunderBlogs" might have provided pleasing viewing...but photos there, too, have been wiped out by the restructuring; and it's unknown if/when the photos will ever be re-uploaded to the blogs. The WunderBlog space is much appreciated and I wish that I could add to it - and upload to WunderPhotos - more often...but realizing that sites can make any change that pleases them has cooled me to the cyber-world.

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