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GoPro plus my new Knekt dome housing are everything I was hoping they would be
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Gorgeous! But I can't think of a place in Paris with that vantage point. Great nonetheless.
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Ah! The building that led Paris to ban tall buildings. Thanks +Michael Nestler 
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+Guy Albertelli Have you seen these frictionless dynamo bike lights:

The look really nice. 
worlds first contactless bicycle dynamo, contactless bicycle light
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This Lego Defender (not a kit) is just nuts, you must watch the video.
Working disk brakes, transmission, the works!

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Very Cool - LEGO Land-Rover Defender 110
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+Dan Russell always has all the search tricks up his sleeves
The answer to "When & whither?" -- surprise, surprise... there IS a scandal here.  But there are also a few search lessons along the way. 
It's not often that as you walk the street, you run into a few buildings that seem as though they fell out of a Streamline Moderne fantasy. This was an architectural style that was from the 1930s, with swooping curves, long lines, and curved angles, a kind of Art Deco whimsy that influenced ...
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Finally the Fuji XPro2! It's been a long time coming and I can't wait to get my hands on one
Fujifilm X-Pro2 - a new flagship body - my hands-on preview!

Fujifilm's X-Pro2 is the new flagship body in the mirrorless X-series, featuring a hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder, dual SD slots, weather-sealing and a new 24 Megapixel X-Trans CMOS sensor with more embedded Phase Detect AF points than before. It's coupled with a new image processor, faster 1/8000 shutter, higher resolution screen, new 'ACROS' mono film simulation, built-in Wifi and the option of losslessly-compressed RAW files. Arguably most important, the new hybrid viewfinder offers the chance to compose optically, electronically, or optically with a small electronic window overlay - similar to the X100T, but with further enhancements. There's a few notable omissions, such as no 4k video and no tilting nor touch-sensitive screen, but from the X-Pro1 owner's perspective it's a dream come true.

The X-Pro2 is expected by the end of January, body only for $1699 USD / 1349 GBP. I had a chance to try it out at a Fujifilm preview - find out more in my hands-on Fujifilm X-Pro2 preview at the link below!

#5yearsOfXSeries +FUJIFILM UK +FUJIFILM Europe

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Lots of Tesla X oh my!
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Don't dive into ice:)
You may remember seeing this super-impressive photo of a kingfisher from a ~month ago. The photographer (Alan Mcfadyen) apparently took six years and 720k photos to get one this good. That's some dedication. He's got a bunch of other great nature photos on his Flickr, too.
A father-of-three inspired by visits to an idyllic countryside spot to watch kingfishers as a boy with his grandfather spent six years and took…
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My birthday was in October but the gift to myself just arrived. Quick snap before the first ride since it'll never be this clean again.
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+Michael Gardner Seven Ti frame and because my formative cycling years were in the 80s... Campy drive train simply because I have always wanted one. The cranks are ugly carbon fiber now rather than beautiful aluminum but I'm not complaining. 
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Photographer, UCLA Bruin, Father, Historian, Enlightened
Husband, father of two boys, college sports fan (UCLA), amateur historian and photographer, search marketer, not necessarily in that order. 

I was an early convert to digital my first camera being the 2 MP Olympus C2000 with whopping 4 & 8 MB SmartMedia memory cards. The batteries would last no more than an hour or so and less with the LCD in use...oh those were the days! Mostly a Canon convert now so I can easily share lenses with my father and most of my friends. First Canon body was the 20D but now use 1D IV, new 5D III and the much smaller Fuji X100 as it can be with me at all times.

Sentimental favorite lens, the old Canon 28-70mm f/2.8 which I'll hold onto until they have something comparable with IS. Love primes but the only one I own at present is the 28mm 1.8.

I don't review often, but when I do it's usually really good or really bad. My review philosophy is set against expectations so I may provide 5 stars for both a dive burger joint as well as a fine dining establishment if both exceed expectations. Seems silly to me to give 3 stars for an amazing experience just because the place doesn't have cloth napkins.

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Wonderful place to visit as a family. Lots of kid friendly activities and dining in a semi rural setting. Nice and comfortable but not too fancy. Within a 2 two hour drive from much of the greater Bay Area and they have Tesla changing stations. I wish their DVD selection for the kids was better but next time I'd just bring my own so not a big deal.
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At last count, we've now taken 5 different cars to Reitmeir's so qualified finally to write a review. I don't love having to go there but do have complete trust in their abilities and honesty. Just about everyone we know who owns German take their cars there and they have a very loyal local following.
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reviewed 3 months ago
They have so much inventory that I rarely need to look elsewhere, consistently helpful service over more than a dozen visits. Once came in with an issue with a malfunctioning toilet that I couldn't diagnose. Snapped a picture with my phone of the inner tank and from that alone they were able to determine that someone previously had installed an incorrect part. Was out the door with the correct item within minutes with issue resolved.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
The Fred Steak from Schaub's is a local institution. It's so go in fact that it surpasses the steaks at most of the local restaurants but you can only buy it here. The recipe is a secret and the copy cats aren't close. The steak is jet black and not very appealing, for me that's half the fun, shocking guests with such an unappetizing piece of meat. Any concerns they might have had disappear the moment they taste it however. Guests from out of town now request the Fred Steak when they visit because it is such a treat.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 3 years ago
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Want a play structure that you want to play in yourself? Barbara has you covered. Her custom play structures are amazing and sturdy enough to last a joke. They are every bit as nice in person as they are on the website and the purchasing process through installation is a breeze. They have everything from customizable template designs to full custom castles that are only limited by your imagination.
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reviewed 2 years ago
I started with the crab cakes as an appetizer with the Washimi-Hawaiian Kobe style flat iron steak as the entree. Both were great with the entree stealing the show, amazing flavor rivaling anything I've eaten in a restaurant and very near my favorite "Fred Steak" from Schaub's in Palo Alto. I don't often eat dessert but this too was very good. Honestly we underestimated the place due to the proximity to the pool area which gives it a casual atmosphere but the food was anything but.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The food is much better than any creative effort on my part to describe it. Just trust me, the place is awesome.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 3 years ago