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Frank Walsh
Worked at FLSmidth
Attended Drexel University
Lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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"Be your best self first." Fabulous advise for an all to busy world.
Why the least selfish thing is to just say “no”
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Shot with my OM-1 using the 50mm taken off the camera and turned backwards and held by hand. I moved my body back and forth to achieve focus.

This is a small patch of moss on top of a tree stump. I like the texture.
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"Baby it's cold outside" #blackandwhite #film #dogs

Olympus OM-1
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Ultrafine 400 shot at EI 800 processed in Diafine 4+4
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Relationships at work are based on your family relationships growing up.  Want to know more about why people don't get a long at work...read more.
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Have you found that some people at work make you cringe while others saying almost the same things are easy to get along with? Here's the missing piece of the interpersonal puzzle.
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Shot with my OM-1 using the 50mm taken off the camera and turned backwards and held by hand. I moved my body back and forth to achieve focus.

This is a small patch of moss on top of a tree stump. I like the texture.
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Reversing the lens often can give fantastic Bokeh. It shows here well. :-)
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So I have finally determined that I cannot reliably focus cameras (except rangefinders) at a focusing distance of less than about 3 feet.

At age 52, of course I need reading glasses to focus closely, and I had not really thought about the effect that was having on close focusing in camera, but now it is clear :-)

Most of my film cameras do not have diopter adjustment, in fact only my Leica does. Even if they did, I would never remember to change it just for close up. Oh well, I suppose it is no real hardship to reserve my use of film for subjects farther than 4 feet away, I can always use a longer lens!
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I wear contact lenses, so focusing is not a problem except close up!
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"Baby it's cold outside" #blackandwhite #film #dogs

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Husband, Dad, Geek, Coach, Engineer
Introduction
Father, husband, coach, engineer, former race car driver, photographer, cyclist, astronomer, geek.
Education
  • Drexel University
    Engineering, 1988
  • Red Land HS
    1982
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Occupation
Leadership Coach, Engineer
Employment
  • FLSmidth
    Engineer - Engineering manager, 2000 - 2014
  • Gilbert Commonwealth
    1988 - 1990
  • Bridge Gap Engineering
    Principal Engineer, 2015 - present
  • Creative Energy Options
    Pattern Breakthrough Coach, 2012 - present
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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania - Rocky Mt, NC - Panama City, FL - Mertztown, PA - Bethlehem, PA - Tulsa, OK - York Haven, PA
A wonderful little hotel in one of the best neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Rooms are small and simple, clean and comfortable. The hotel is beautifully decorated with a modern feel. Amenities of the hotel are minimal, but in this neighborhood that is a non issue. Breakfast was fresh and delicious and the staff was always ready to cheerfully serve. I read some complaints about noise from the surrounding restaurants and clubs, but I can honestly say it was a non issue in my room (situated near the middle of the building but with a window). My single complaint? WIFI is free but disconnects every time your device sleeps. Annoying but certainly not a deal breaker. No doubt I would stay here if I visit Buenos Aires again.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
This place is crazy, let's just get that out of the way. Always a long wait on the phone, in person, whatever. Nevertheless, they are experts and they stand behind their work and the parts they sell. If it is VW related they either have it or can get it.
Public - 7 years ago
reviewed 7 years ago
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