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Texas BBQ for a cause


Howdy Cowboys and Girls,

My wife Emilie is organizing a fund raiser dinner for Wimler.org an organization which assists poor children to be able to go to school.
Below or attached you can see the event flyer, its a texas BBQ with Live Jazz Music and Country Music, and we expect about 200+ people to join us.

The package price covers Food, Drinks, Live music etc. the price is HK$ 500 and of this HK$ 100 goes to the charity.

Emilie has slaved me off to do the cooking and the event will be held in our spanking new Marquee on the lawn, aircon, fire pits, dance floor etc inclusive.

Imagine HK$ 400 per person for a fun filled night with entertainment, Food and Booze, plus you are giving away HK$ 100 to a good cause, how can you possibly feel better after such a night?!

You can book by sending Emilie an Email at emilie.veringa@wimler.org  or just hit reply here and send your booking to me.  We do require advanced payment and will contact you for payment options upon your reservation.

Yeehaww

Marco and Emile
(Stetson and Boots win prizes!)

Link to Beneficiary organization: http://wimler.org/

Texas BBQ Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=211828838843890#!/event.php?eid=211828838843890

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29/365 Rear curtain flash


I find myself rushing every day, just not enough hours in a day at the moment, I hope this will get better soon so I can take this 365 a bit more serious. anyhow today’s shot motivated by my mentor in photography, Rear curtain sync, flash on an ETTL cable, -2 EV, f7.1, 1/5 of a second, Iso 1000. press the shutter and jerk the camera in a circular motion, this result aint great but as time is limited I will play with this again in a few days time, could bring some cool effects.

28/365 It’s over!


says enough aint it?

lit with softbox camera right. just cant get it right in PS as I wish this to be. so so be it for today :) Tomorrow the sun shines again.

seriously I have a really hard time not being behind my camera…..this selfie type of thing or remote shooting is just way to complicated for me

 

27/365 diffraction


27/365 diffraction
Shot with 100 MM macro, handheld in less the ideal conditions, image rotated fir ease of viewing as normally off course the image in the lens is shown upside down. Subject my wee model who was in a mood :) hehe

according to wikipedia: Diffraction refers to various phenomena which occur when a wave encounters an obsta…cle. Italian scientist Francesco Maria Grimaldi coined the word "diffraction" and was the first to record accurate observations of the phenomenon in 1665.[2][3] In classical physics, the diffraction phenomenon is described as the apparent bending of waves around small obstacles and the spreading out of waves past small openings. Similar effects occur when light waves travel through a medium with a varying refractive index or a sound wave through one with varying acoustic impedance. Diffraction occurs with all waves, including sound waves, water waves, and electromagnetic waves such as visible light, x-rays and radio waves. As physical objects have wave-like properties (at the atomic level), diffraction also occurs with matter and can be studied according to the principles of quantum mechanics.

26/365 I like it I like it


363 second exposure at F22, 19 mm with the 16-35 2.8 L and 100 iso

24 & 25 /365 double post


24/365 any luck for an early retirement?

Very simple today, bought 5 quick picks held them up outside the shop in front the HKJC banner atop the store, wide open lens for a nice bit of bokeh….now al thats left to do is hope for a bit of luck.

 

25/365 Feierabend!

Day off tomorrow, and early home today, so cracking a special bottle for a special evening.
Bottle set up on the same black reflective metal plate as the Chefs Sauce Image, added a steel grate for interestingness, a gridded orange gelled spot on the b/g (hidden behind the table) …..wanted to use brown but have no brown gel at the moment. 1 striplight at left (homemade version, made from the box the background rolls come in and some vellum paper) and a softbox front right, add one reflector left in front.

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