Here’s a most creative well shot album of Barbie and Ken’s wedding. Very nicely done.
From an email recently sent to me:
The tribal wisdom of the Dakota Indians, passed on from generation to generation, says that, “When you discover that you are riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount.” However, in government, education, and in corporate America, more advanced strategies are often employed, such as:
1. Buying a stronger whip.
2. Changing riders.
3. Appointing a committee to study the dead horse.
4. Arranging to visit other countries to see how other cultures ride dead horses.
5. Lowering the standards so that dead horses can be included.
6. Reclassifying the dead horse as living-impaired.
7. Hiring outside contractors to ride the dead horse.
8. Harnessing several dead horses together to increase speed.
9. Providing additional funding and/or training to increase the dead horse’s performance.
10. Doing a productivity study to see if lighter riders would improve the dead horse’s performance.
11. Declaring that as the dead horse – does not have to be fed, – it is less costly, – carries lower overhead and – therefore contributes substantially more to the bottom line of the economy than do some other horses.
12. Rewriting the expected performance requirements for all horses. And of course the favorite…. and most prevalent…
13. Promoting the dead horse to a supervisory position
This is a screen capture from CNN.com at 1:30pm today. I guess even the big companies with all their approval processes still get it wrong.
Prepare to be cuted to death.
This was my first attempt at an HDR, which ended up taking me back to a slightly more detailed version of my original image. But it was a great learning experience in understanding how HDRs work. I am going to try some more very soon.
Camera right (behind me) Canon 430EX with a lightsphere pointed up in the air at 1/2 power
Camera right (in front of me) P7000M bounced off a white wall 5 ft away 1/2 power
Both triggered with cactus v2s system.