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Timothy King
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writer, digital creative, technician, teacher, motorcyclist
writer, digital creative, technician, teacher, motorcyclist

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Sometimes I feel like #mathetmatics  frames itself...
#education   #maths  
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Shots with a +Canon Canada DSLR macro lens, finally!
#photography   #macro  
Macro Lens! Finally!
Macro Lens! Finally!
kingfisherimaging.blogspot.com
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Why is this happening? Facebook's sickly sweet intensifies while G+ is in catastrophe mode!
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10/12/2018
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Watching this strange film again after more than three decades, along with reading Crichton's Travels, shines a bright light on the dark places...
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Nuthatch in Elora, Ontario (Canada)
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JK Rowling sidesteps the toxic stereotrap of toxic masculinity with a neuro-atypical male hero. It doesn't sell in North America where the men are men... shocker.
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Rocket Launch as Seen from the Space Station
Video Credit: ISAA, +NASA, Expedition 57 Crew (ISS)
Processing: Riccardo Rossi (ISAA, AstronautiCAST)
Music: Inspiring Adventure Cinematic Background by Maryna
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap181126.html

Have you ever seen a rocket launch -- from space? A close inspection of the featured time-lapse video will reveal a rocket rising to Earth orbit as seen from the International Space Station (ISS). The Russian Soyuz-FG rocket was launched ten days ago from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, carrying a Progress MS-10 (also 71P) module to bring needed supplies to the ISS. Highlights in the 90-second video (condensing about 15-minutes) include city lights and clouds visible on the Earth on the lower left, blue and gold bands of atmospheric airglow running diagonally across the center, and distant stars on the upper right that set behind the Earth. A lower stage can be seen falling back to Earth as the robotic supply ship fires its thrusters and begins to close on the ISS, a space laboratory that is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month. Currently, three astronauts live aboard the Earth-orbiting ISS, and conduct, among more practical duties, numerous science experiments that expand human knowledge and enable future commercial industry in low Earth orbit.
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#onted Grades 11 & 12 student #3dmodelling
In this case Zach is seeing how low he can go in poly count and still build a model - he's down to 64x64 pixels and he's made every one of them count.
More of our student #3dmodels can be found on +Sketchfab here: https://sketchfab.com/tking/models
All made in +Blender The 3d scan were done with +Occipital's Structure Sensor.
Ghostie
Ghostie
sketchfab.com
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Just got lost in an icicle for half an hour...
https://photos.app.goo.gl/37Rzr5YHy2XNnjmNA
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