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Kevin Mullett
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I've come here to connect with people and chew bubblegum; and I am all out of bubblegum!
I've come here to connect with people and chew bubblegum; and I am all out of bubblegum!

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Tight deadlines, low budget, and no resources for a #contentmarketing and #seo project in a very competitive space ...
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Zoom, zoom.

Fort Wayne MLK Bridge - 5 seconds, f/18, iso 800, @ 11mm : aprox 35 mph
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Zoom, zoom.

I was not looking at the camera. The camera was set and tethered. All I had to do was press and hold the tethered release button for the desired exposure. Then I would pull over and review, adjusting for the next strafing runs if needed.

Fort Wayne MLK Bridge

5 seconds, f/18, iso 800, @ 11mm : aprox 35 mph
#longexposure #lighttrails
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#Startrails over the Cook Bank building in the #ghosttown Rhyolite, NV. Shot during a new moon.#LongExposurePhotography (16 minutes)

Note: Even when exporting this to 100% quality JPG (8.8mb) from Lightroom it had banding issues. I had to pull that JPG into Photoshop and save as PNG, now 16.6mb, to keep G+ from butchering the quality. Hope that helps others that see that happen.
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#LongExposure of Darwin Falls near Panamint Springs in Death Valley California USA.

After a few mile drive off the main road, it is a reasonably easy 1 mile hike back to this hidden gem.

#WaterFall #Landscapephotography
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Near the Fire Wave at the Valley of Fire in Nevada, USA

#landscapephotography #bw #monochrome
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A long exposure of a station wagon buried at The International Car Forest of the Last Church in Goldfield NV.
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I just shared Babbly on Producthunt. It seem's like Triberr but I think it could be used to discover popular content and people who share that type of content.

#tools  
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Every night Google would say: "Good night, Webmasters. Good work. Sleep well. We'll most likely kill your rankings in the morning.”

I can't help but imagine this is how some web site owners and SEOs feel with the Panda "slow roll" announcement. So, yeah, Google seems to, at times, derive sadistic pleasure from telling people, "You'll just have to wait and see if we just killed your livelihood. [Yes businesses should be diversified of course.] Then wait another 10 months to see if the anecdote will work." Well, you know, for those not "just writing good content."

#Panda #SEO
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