Aluminium shutter. Rolling hurricane shutter. Window blinds for pc.
Aluminium shutter. Rolling hurricane shutter. Window blinds for pc.
- aluminum: a silvery ductile metallic element found primarily in bauxite
- Aluminium ( ) or aluminum ( ) is a silvery white member of the boron group of chemical elements. It has the symbol Al and its atomic number is 13. It is not soluble in water under normal circumstances.
- Aluminium is the name of a music project based upon an orchestral reworking of the music of the band The White Stripes. Its members are Richard Russell and Joby Talbot. Jack White, of the White Stripes, has endorsed the project.
- Close the shutters of (a window or building)
- a mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
- a hinged blind for a window
- Close (a business)
- close with shutters; "We shuttered the window to keep the house cool"
It utilizes a 1/3" Sony SUPER-HAD CCD with a DSP (Digital Signal Processor) that offers crisp, clear, state of the art imaging, a built-in Auto Electronic Shutter with Internal IRIS. It automatically adjusts to light changes. 4.3mm wide angle lens offer you a large range of view. Very discreet and perfect for applications where cameras need to be less noticeable. Smart Light Control (Dynamic adjustment for clear and accurate Image): Clear and Sharp Image Without Over-exposure: Compared with conventional IR cameras to use CDS sensor only for controlling IR light, IRpro series products use both "CDS" and Image Comparison" method to judge whether IR LEDs should be activated for light compensation. Longer IR LED Life: Because of the effective control of IR LEDs and exclusive MCU design, the IR LED life is greatly extended and reduces the cost for using this camera. It comes fully assembled, pre-wired and pre-focused for easy installation. All brand new in box. Note: This camera not made by SONY, it using SONY Super HAD CCD image sensor and SONY DSP technology, made by one of the world largest OEM manufacture.
Power supply and cable are sold separately.
Aluminium in Sammlung Brandhorst, Germany
Aluminium is widely used in frames for doors, windows, facades, solar panels, shutters and more. It is used here in the facade for the museum Sammlung Brandhorst in Munich, Germany. Photo: Hydro/Wicona
Aluminium in BMZ building in Bochum, Germany
Aluminium is widely used in frames for doors, windows, facades, solar panels, shutters and more. It is used here in the building facade of BMZ's office in Bochum, Germany. Photo: Hydro/Wicona
Camera Specifications: Model GW726B Pick up Element Color 1/3" CCD Effective Picture Elements (H*V) NTSC: 811 x 508, PAL: 795 x 596 Horizontal Resolution 520TV Lines S/N Ratio More than 48dB Clock Frequency (MHZ) NTSC: 28.636, PAL: 28.375 Scanning System 2:1 interlace Minimum Illumination 0 Lux (with IR LED ON) Synchronous System Internal, Negative Sync. Auto Electronic Shutter NTSC: 1/60s~1/100,000s, PAL:1/50s~1/100,000s Gamma Characteristic 0.45 IR Project Distance 65.6 feet (with 23 unit infrared LED) IR Status Under 10 Lux by CDS IR Power On CDS Auto Control Video Output 1Vpp, 75? Auto Gain Control Auto Power/Current 12VDC(+/-10%)/300mA Lens 3.6mm Dimension (mm) ?94 x 68.5 Storage Temperature -30?C ~ +60?C Operating Temperature -10?C ~ +45?C
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Barrel lamp shades : Drapes with grommets.
Barrel Lamp Shades
- (Lamp shade) A lampshade is a fixture that covers the lightbulb on a lamp to diffuse the light it emits. Conical, cylindrical and other forms on floor-, desk- or table top-mounted as well as suspended lamp models are the most common and are made in a wide range of materials.
- (lamp shade) lampshade: a protective ornamental shade used to screen a light bulb from direct view
- (Lamp Shade) The shade serves the important function of blocking the glare from a light bulb and is usually the most decorative part of a lamp. The lamp shade can be made of glass, fabric, metal, or other more creative materials.
- put in barrels
- a tube through which a bullet travels when a gun is fired
- a cylindrical container that holds liquids
- A cylindrical container bulging out in the middle, traditionally made of wooden staves with metal hoops around them
- Such a container together with its contents
- A measure of capacity used for oil and beer. It is usually equal to 36 imperial gallons for beer and 35 imperial gallons or 42 US gallons (roughly 192 liters) for oil
Robert Mondavi Winery, Napa Valley - California.
Robert Gerald Mondavi (June 18, 1913 – May 16, 2008) was a leading California vineyard operator whose technical improvements and marketing strategies brought worldwide recognition for the wines of the Napa Valley in California. From an early period, Mondavi aggressively promoted labeling wines varietally rather than generically. This is now the standard for New World wines. The Robert Mondavi Institute (RMI) for Wine and Food Science at the University of California, Davis opened October 2008 in his honor.
Mondavi successfully developed a number of premium wines that earned the respect of connoisseurs and vintners alike. In 1979, he built the Mondavi Woodbridge Winery in Lodi, California developing it into a leader of popular-premium wines. He also entered into a joint venture the Baron Philippe de Rothschild of Chateau Mouton Rothschild to create Opus One Winery, and since the 1990s has set up joint ventures with local partners in Europe, South America and Australia.
Interested by his work and his success, in the 1990s Mondavi's story and his wine company became topics for specialists of wine. In the Grand European Jury Wine Tasting of 1997, the Robert Mondavi Chardonnay Reserve was ranked number one.
In 2005 Robert Mondavi and his younger brother Peter made wine together for the first time after their feud. Using grapes from both family vineyards, they produced one barrel of cabernet blend, which was sold under the name "Ancora Una Volta" ("Once Again").
My New Lamp
I love barrel lamp shades, almost as much as I love calaveras. There has been an idea floating around in my head to use up some of my fabric and today it all came together.
My work room had been needing a bit more personality, it's been sadly neglected since getting "finished" and this fits the bill!!! I absolutely LOVE it!!!!
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- Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way
- (drape) arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"
- (drape) the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"
- (drape) curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
- Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something
- Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth
- Corporate Average Fuel Economy
- The Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) are regulations in the United States, first enacted by US Congress in 1975, and intended to improve the average fuel economy of cars and light trucks (trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles) sold in the US in the wake of the 1973 Arab Oil Embargo.
- a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold
- A cafe ( or ), also spelled cafe, may in the United States mean an informal restaurant, offering a range of hot meals and made-to-order sandwiches, , while in most other countries it refers to an establishment which focuses on serving coffee, like an American coffeehouse.
Café Girondino e o Brasão do Papa
Pope's Coat of Arms in Cafe Girondino
Brasao de Bento XVI na fachada do Cafe Girondino
A MITRA representa a cobertura para cabeca de todos os Bispos.O Papa pe o Bispo de Roma e o primeiro entre os Bispos.A Mitra e uma cabeca de peixe estilizada,simbolo bastante conhecido do Cristianismo
As CHAVES representam a passagem em que Cristo confirma o primado de Sao Pedro: "Tu es Pedro e sobre esta pedra edificarei Minha Igreja e as Portas do Inferno nao prevalecerao sobre Ela.Te dareis AS CHAVES DO REINO DOS CEUS e o que ligares na Terra sera ligado no Ceu e o que desligares na Terra sera desligado nos Ceus" (Mateus 16,19).
Abaixo do escudo se encontra o PALIO peca confeccionada em la de cordeiro e colocada sobre os ombros das vestimentas sacerdotais.A la representa o Cordeiro que e Cristo.Por estar sobre os ombros, nos lembra o jugo de Cristo o qual deve ser carregado pelos Cristaos.Como o Bom Pastor,o Papa tambem apascenta suas ovelhas e carrega-as carinhosamente sobre os seus ombros.
O Escudo e o proprio brasao episcopal da regiao da Bavaria (Munchen e Freising) na qual Joseph Ratzinger fora arcebispo e cardeal.Nela vemos o MOURO,um simbolo antiquissimo naquela regiao da Alemanha,cujo simbolismo se perde no tempo,mas pode tambem representar a abertura da Verdade crista a todos os povos.
O URSO remete a uma antiga lenda a respeito de Sao Cobinianus,fundador e bispo da Diocese de Freising nos primodios da Idade Media.Conta-se que o santo fora fazer uma peregrinacao a Roma mas teve seu jumento devorado por um urso. O bispo repreendeu o urso e lhe obrigou a carregar sua bagagem.O cardeal Ratzinger dizia que essa imagem remete ao papel do cristao de acordo com um versiculo biblico:"Tornei-me para Ti um animalzinho de carga e deste modo estou em tudo e para sempre junto de Ti".O animal em questao,nas Sagradas Escrituras e o jumento mas que deve ser, tal qual a lenda de Sao Corbinianus, forte e valente como um urso mas sabio o suficiente para se curvar a vontade Divina.
A CONCHA e o simbolo do pergrino.Mas tambem tem ligacao com uma historia que nos conta Santo Agostinho de Hipona.Um dia viu um menino na praia que pretendia com uma concha colocar em um buraco na areia toda a agua do mar.Agostinho na epoca meditava sobre o misterio da Santissima Trindade teria ouvido do menino:"Nem este buraco pode conter a agua do mar que pretendo inutilmente carregar nesta concha ,nem tua razao pode compreender todos os misterios de Deus".
Por fim,nao aparecendo nesse brasao ha as palvras latinas
COOPERATORES VERITATIS,extraidas do versiculo VIII da Terceira carta de Sao Joao:"Devemos pois,acolher esses homens, para que sejamos cooperadores da verdade".
The shape of the shield varies from artist to artist. In the official rendering of the coat of arms of Pope Benedict XVI the shape chosen is that of a chalice. In heraldry, the herald and the person granted arms also have considerable leeway in the contents of the shield. By long-standing tradition this was the only place within the papal coat of arms that changed from pope to pope.
The blazon (the written description, in terminology peculiar to heraldry, of the contents of the coat of arms) given on the Vatican website is as follows:
Gules, chape in or, with the scallop shell of the second; the dexter chape with a moor's head in natural colour, crowned and collared of the first, the sinister chape a bear trippant in natural colour, carrying a pack gules belted sable.
This means, in non-technical English:
A red shield mantled in gold and with a gold scallop shell; the right (for the bearer of the shield, the left for the viewer) part of the mantle has a moor's head in its natural colour (brown) wearing a red crown and red collar; the left part of the mantle has a walking bear in its natural colour (brown) carrying a red pack tied with black bands.
Note 1. A mantle outside the shield does not normally contain charges (an heraldic term for objects). Within the shield, as here, it is a religious symbol, and indicates ideals inspired in monastic spirituality. It is also a reference to the Order of Saint Benedict.
Note 2. The black bands tying the red shield is one of several existing contraventions of the heraldic rule of tincture, which in general does not allow the placing of colour on colour or metal (gold or silver) on another metal.
Since there is no single way to blazon a given set of arms, another description could be:
Per chevron ploye throughout Or and Gules, dexter a Moor's head proper, crowned and collared Gules, and sinister a bear passant in bend proper carrying a pack Gules belted Sable, in base an escallop Or.
This is equivalent to:
A shield divided by curved lines draping from the upper center of the shield to either side. The upper sections are gold (yellow) and the base is red. In the shield's upper right (as observed by the person carrying the shield)
3-D Rough Riders Watermellon head Football Helmet Cake by Wolfbay Cafe
What a fun project! The helmet is made from confetti cake which I colored green, layered with my Vanilla Buttercream. The whole "watermellon head" helmet is draped with fondant and airbrushed for effect.
I wanted to include as much of the "Rider pride" theme as I could. The figure of "Gainer" the mascot and the watermellon slice, is sculpted with fondant and gumpaste. The facemask is gumpaste. I added in some banners and flags cut from fondant. I finished up the board with buttercream airbrushed "turf", and lined with buttercream. ...... As just about all of my Wolfbay cakes, everything is edible!
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Canopy Range Hoods
- (Range Hood) A kitchen appliance that hangs above the cooking surface and eliminates air pollution produced by cooking, via a combination of filtering and extracting air.
- (Range Hood) Click to jump to another letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Z
- cover with a canopy
- the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit
- the umbrellalike part of a parachute that fills with air
- Cover or provide with a canopy
Was this the BEST BRITISH Fighter of… WW II?
Was the P-51 Mustang the best British fighter plane of WW II?
The P-51 was an American fighter produced by North American Aviation of California!!
But for first 117 DAYS of her infancy, only the British were interested in her!
WORLD WAR II was really heating up in March of 1940, and more P-40s were needed for the war effort. Desperately.
Curtis Aircraft, who manufactured the P-40 Tomahawk, was already at full capacity, so North American Aviation (NAA) was asked by Sir Henry Self of the British Government Purchasing Commission if they would tool-up to produce more P-40s for the RAF.
One task, among Self's many assigned tasks, was to organize the development and manufacture of American fighter aircraft for the RAF.
NAA President "Dutch" Kindelberger who had approached Sir Henry in the high hope of selling their new medium bomber, the B-25, to the British… was blindsided by Self’s request for P-40 production.
“Dutch” took the British request to his chief designer.
Ed Schmued, then Chief of Preliminary Design at North American didn’t think much of that.
"A Curtis aircraft produced in our buildings? Nope."
Since it would take 120 days to tool-up for the P-40, Ed assured “Dutch” that the team at North American could produce a BETTER aircraft, from scratch, with the same engine, in less time.
The British mulled this one over.
Sure NAA had produced countless Harvards as needed, and North American’s facilities were underutilized, but a new fighter in less than 120 days? That seemed delirious, to put it kindly.
Well, someone in the British High Command thought NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION could do it because the go-ahead was given.
NAA received a call from Sir Wilfred Freeman of the British Ministry of Aircraft Production and his order for 320 units of the “new” aircraft ensured the aircraft would go into production. The aircraft, then known as the NA-73X, was to be called “the Mustang” by British request.
Trouble in the hen house.
The USAAC (United States Army Air Corps), of course, got word of the new fighter, and it had the veto power to block any foreign sales it viewed as not being in the interest of the Republic. And it did.
Now, what would the British do?
The British proposed the terms and the USAAC eventually accepted.
The USAAC would get two free Mustangs for evaluation purposes, and the RAF would get their 320 (plus 300 more) Mustangs without any delivery interruptions.
BRITISH INVOLVEMENT later improved the Mustang design because the British altered their Mustangs with better engines (aftermarket Merlin 61s) and added aftermarket “Malcolm Hoods” (or the bubble canopies) that were already appearing on their late model “Spits”, Tempests and Typhoons. Then the British demanded the Americans follow suit.
Afterall, better meant much faster (433 mph) and bubble canopies meant the pilot could see behind himself as well.
After putting British Merlins (Packard Merlin V-1650 engines) into production P-51Bs by replacing the Allison engines… North American Aviation adapted the “Malcolm Hoods” with their own elongated teardrop canopy design. This eliminated the back decking which had proven to be a blind spot, and was previously found behind the pilot's canopy.
The "evolved" P-51, the P-51D was thus born (see the photo above) and became the definitive P-51 design we all know and love.
The Americans and their Allies knew the P-51 was a clear "winner". It was everything the USAAF had hoped, and had been waiting for. It could even be the long-range fighter escort American bombers needed over Reich territory.
So with a resolve seen from no other nation on earth, America quadrupled production of their Mustang until 15, 000 P-51s (all variants) were eventually produced.
Hermann Goring, Head of the German Luffwaffe noted,
"When I saw Mustangs over Berlin, I knew the jig was up."
I guess so.
On a lessor note, many of the 158 P-51s still flying today came into the civilian market from the RCAF.
Ranier Nightfall and City Lights BW
Better Large...not hdr...Mount Ranier in late sunset colors...I have tried to get a good shot of Ranier for about 2 years and keep missing it because every time we are here, the mountain is in fog! I got the sucker this time. Purple mountain majesty. The whole coastal range is amazing...from the Canadian border and beyond...(where they are having the Winter Olympics at Whistler) down to Mt Hood in Oregon...down the west coast
Our lives are spent near doorways,
Corridors between heaven and earth-
Mechanisms of the spirit-
Power grids with junctions-
On the borders of decisions-
And destiny generations.
Many have sensed them,
Watched and known
Channels of change,
That seasons have sown
Since the beginning-
Leaving footsteps to follow.
Some found them
Under redwood cathedrals,
Soft canopy mists,
Where winter rains washed
The soul survivors,
That could not have grown
Until they had gone
To sing in arenas of angels.
Others surprised the morning,
Resisting by rolling waters,
Speaking to dawn stars,
Bidding the night adieu-
Where the quiet
Was louder than the roaring future,
And, left with one clean choice,
Lit the fuse
That started the fire-
And changed the world.
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Cheap shades - Replacement awning covers.
- (shade) shadow: cast a shadow over
- Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color
- (shade) relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"
- Screen from direct light
- sunglasses: spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun; "he was wearing a pair of mirrored shades"
- Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of
- (of an item for sale) Low in price; worth more than its cost
- Charging low prices
- (of prices or other charges) Low
- brassy: tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"
- relatively low in price or charging low prices; "it would have been cheap at twice the price"; "inexpensive family restaurants"
- bum: of very poor quality; flimsy
Cheap shades are cheap
Don't get me wrong, they were a much-appreciated gift from my wife, and I knew they probably wouldn't last for years. Just too bad they didn't last more than a couple months.
318/365: Self-Portrait in Cheap Shades
Waiting for my friend at the chicken place with some Body Glove shades I found at TJMaxx after I lost my seven year-old Ray Bans. For Hipstamatic 365 project, 3/1/11.
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