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'Burj Mohamed Bin Rashid'; the tallest skyscraper in Abu Dhabi
I photographed this scene through the open door of an AgustaWestland AW109 helicopter with Canon 5D Mk 3 and Canon 8-15mm lens, set at 15mm

EXIF: f/7.1, 1/1000 sec, ISO 500

Post-processing: 15mm fisheye is as wide as it gets without getting half of the helicopter in the frame. I still got its rotor blades and landing wheel in the corners which took a while to paint out. 
I used Lightroom 5.1, Photoshop CC and Topaz ReStyle to finish this shot.
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So, I opened Google Play and I did a double take. Santa just dropped this off. 
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"In a revelation that defies all reason, the New York attorney general’s office found that four out of five [1] of the most popular herbal supplements sold at those major retailers contained precisely zero of the ingredients listed on their labels. Instead, the products, which are typically used as alternative medicine treatments, were found to contain cheap fillers such as rice, a common house plant called dracaena and (weirdly) asparagus."

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Looks fun! Use +Dart and +Firebase and +Polymer at http://www.staticshowdown.com/ , a worldwide hackathon for browser-based web apps. Just don't forget to go Mobile First!
A worldwide 48 hour hackathon featuring static web apps.
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Who did this one? It's pretty good. 
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They do decent sales from time to time. But the store manager/owner/partner dude with the ponytail is one hellavu weird guy. That may be because he's Singaporean. Maybe not. But either way, he just leaves you feeling like you should rush your purchase or else he'll just sit there and make you feel uncomfortable. If you can dial him out and just focus on feeling the shoes and actually manage to pick out the right one instead of his breathing down your neck, you might land some pretty cool deals. Top tip: If he tells you he doesn't have any stock, try the Mont Kiara branch, or one of the other shops selling Newton/Brooks in the city. They might have have even steeper discounts.
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Holy crap. Where do I begin. The table cloth smells like mothballs. The whole place smells musty. The decor is like 100 years old and the color coordination is horrid. Smell of incense permeates the place. You can see from the clientele it attracts that this place has some weird ass taste. Probably the Chinese gangs from around the area like to come here. OK, now on to the important stuff. The fried radish cake had very little resemblance to what it was actually supposed to be. And tasted accordingly bad. Kinda like eating sand at the beach. The much hyped wonton noodles were equally horrid and the char siew that came with it even more inedible. I'd rather be chewing on an old tyre. This area has tourist buses bringing n00b tourists to be slaughtered by the area's shops. This is one of them shops. RM20 for a bowl of uneaten noodles. Check.
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Very Aussie, much hipster. Good coffee. Sit at the bar to watch the chemistry experiment go down. Great pancakes.
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Crazy good pizza. Crazy good.
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Pretty decent eggs. Hot chocolate was a little underwhelming though.
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Been to the pop-up on Stanley. Decent, but not the hype that everyone makes it out to be. TrulyMed in SFO beats it handily any day.
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Crap. Tom Yum full of MSG. Like Thai restaurants, diarrhea inducing. Cod fish had obviously been frozen for a long time. For the price (45) this is an absolute rip off, considering how much better you can get elsewhere. Thai iced tea didn't have tea taste. Probably in the same category as Madam Kwan, if not worse.
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