Peso - My own HDR

Tim Øsleby ti-oes at online.no
Mon Jan 22 06:49:15 EST 2007


Why close a school because of two inches? To make sure the kids don't have
fun in the schoolyard?

I have good news today. Now we have about four inches here, and it is still
snowing. It feels good, mainly because it makes me relax a bit about the
world climate (don't get me wrong I'm still worried). But also because the
reflections from the snow gives more light. We will not see the sun here
until the 12th of February. With no snow, it becomes very dark at this time
of year. About a third of the population suffers from light depressions
because of this. Lack of daylight affects the chemistry of the brain, the
experts tell us. Don't know if it's true, but it sure feels true to me. 

But, right now, that does not matter. Now it is snowing :-)


Tim
Mostly harmless (just plain Norwegian)
 

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From: pdml-bounces at pdml.net [mailto:pdml-bounces at pdml.net] On Behalf Of
Beaker
Sent: 22. januar 2007 04:48
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Subject: Re: Peso - My own HDR

Tim-

You should come to Washington DC for a snow. Flurries make people  
nervous. An inch will cause a run on toilet paper and milk. 2 inches  
make officials talk about closing school. 6 inches will close the  
city...

Well, that may be a little exaggerated, but it can get pretty  
comical. And they have gotten better about snow removal in recent years.

Cheers
Beaker


On Jan 17, 2007, at 12:32 PM, Tim Øsleby wrote:

> I'm sorry to say, that's not snow. That's just a handful of ice  
> crystals ;-)
> Seriously. We don't call snow unless it is an inch of the stuff, or  
> at least
> the ground is cowered in white.
>
> This said. I can imagine you being excited by the sight :-)
>
>
> Tim
> Mostly harmless (just plain Norwegian)
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: pdml-bounces at pdml.net [mailto:pdml-bounces at pdml.net] On  
> Behalf Of Gonz
> Sent: 17. januar 2007 04:30
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> Subject: Peso - My own HDR
>
> Had a nice and rare subject: snow in Texas (not north).  Thought I  
> would
> take advantage of that to give HDR a try:
>
> http://www.g0nz.com/picgallery/displayimage.php?album=4&pos=0
>
>
> If you click on the thumbnail version you get the bigger version.  For
> those on slower connections, the big version is about 600K bytes
> unfortunately, I forgot to lower the quality during the JPG  
> conversion.
>
>
> Thanks for looking,
>
> rg
>
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