Whoever sees the images made by the Polish Jakub Polomski should soon imagine him venturing into climbing dangerous places to capture the beautiful photographs he makes of mountains, his favorite subject. We could scarcely imagine that he trembles with fear while enduring height.
He says he has tried to challenge himself to climb to the top of the mountains a few times, but he always ends up with his legs shaking as the rest of his body becomes paralyzed. Most of his photos are made from places that anyone, even without climbing ability, can reach.
This is not the only curiosity about his career. He started shooting at age 20 after reading an issue of National Geographic magazine. Jakub asked for the camera of a friend on loan and began taking pictures of landscapes. He published them in photo forums and took the advice to improve his technique. [more]
Source: As incríveis imagens do homem que ama fotografar montanhas mas morre de medo de altura | VIVIMETALIUN
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If any of my Runes Blog followers want to know what a story looks like in an immersive 360 degree virtual world, I made this short video which was the best I could do using Fraps and Filmora and a…[come visit me]
Source: Mistwood Gallery on Storybrook – desert mice and dreams
Home schooling and me…..
We are on the final stretch and I am Sooo glad…..However, I am not well versed in footnoting which hardly anyone does but our curriculum requires it. #6 is also a lazy learner so he is not really motivated to do research for a research paper that has to be done. That means I have to push and argue and pretty much hold his hand to get it done. It’s exhausting. The other 3 that I home schooled did their own research and completed it without much assistance from me.
He is also flying this year with no math because the hubs has ref[1+1=3]
Source: Home schooling and me….. | toni1964blog
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