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NASA's inflatable flying saucer ?
 
NASA is testing an inflatable, flying saucer-type spacecraft that is designed to land on Mars this June. Once perfected, the technology could be used to take people to Mars.
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Funny, isn't it ?
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Good trick here, and fast too. Try it !
 
I've been doing this wrong my whole life.

(let's try this again)
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AIFAD (An Interesting food a day)
To cute to eat ...
 
Now this Cake is Awesome ! 

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ABPAD. (A beautiful place a day)
Annecy, France
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Very creative indeed.
But most of the times, never half and half. If you've gone through the process you should know ?
 
The most creative business card ever.
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ABPAD ( A Beautiful Place A Day)
Garden of Luxembourg, France
 
Paris -  Springtime at Jardin du Luxembourg

It’s always interesting to look back at moments through photography especially moments during travel. Everything is tinted by a certain distant nostalgia filtered through mood and every other external influencing factor. Were the leaves really that vivid? Were the vistas really that inviting? Did the streets really wind their way into your heart the way they have wound up there in retrospect?

I am in the process of putting the majority of my Paris photography online in one way or another. I am populating my Paris Pinterest board, adding to my Flickr Paris album (linked below), and I will eventually launch a travel photography portfolio site which will be part of my main photography portfolio.

A number of people have messaged me via email and my Twitter asking what cameras and lenses I used while in Paris. All of my Paris photos were taken with my Sony A99 and Sony A7R. I used the Zeiss 24-70mm f/4 lens with the A7R and the Zeiss 16-35mm f/2.8 with the A99. For the interior photos I have posted like in this post about The Palance of Fontainebleau, all photos were hand-held. In fact, I did have a tripod with me but I used it to shoot video (more on that in a future post!).

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There are a TON of photos that accompany this post. If you are interested in more Paris photos and all the relevant links that should go with this post, here you go:

http://nythroughthelens.com/post/83541376290/paris-streets-and-cityscapes-its-always

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Tags: #paris #paristoday #france #travel #travelphotography #spring #springtime #flowers #landscape #sonyalpha #photography #photo
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Practical machine here. Be careful with your hand though.
 
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Fuji Volcano, Japan Cherry Blossom
This is so beautiful.
 
Fuji Volcano, Japan Cherry Blossom

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Snow in the Sahara ?
 
La neige sahara
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I work on stuff that help save lives.

My posts are mostly for fun, not really getting into work related stuff, thinking... why do I have to do that after a long day at work dealing with nothing but...work? 

Most of my posts gearing towards positive stuff, beautiful scenery, exotic, strange but good food around the world, new and cutting edge technology, some health tech, sciences, the net, some business and economics, including some topics on the stock market, some music, mostly classic rock, but it can be different genres, including international music, French , classical, no hip hop, no Bieber or the likes, but can be some new stuff, metal, pop, jazz, romantic tunes...  

I am into interesting, positive thinking, aspects and angles of life, what makes life better and enjoyable...Looking into (+)'s, not (-)'s. And absolutely I'm not into politics, just because it wastes time going nowhere arguing with a lot of shortsighted fanatics, but I do vote and I do vet the candidates out before I vote. 

I'm here for fun, not for self promotion. I don't have an agenda on Google+.  I've met a lot of nice, funny, professional and intelligent people here in the states and around the world. Believe me, I'm not here trying to get one million "followers" or "friends". I prefer not using the word "followers" I prefer the word "engagers", because it's nice and productive to engage in topics we are interested in. I like to keep my circles small enough so we can interact in a nice, friendly way with quality conversations. I don't prefer to use the word "friends" too often here. To me my friends are the ones I know a lot about and mostly meet face to face frequently. If I know you on this network long enough and have had lot of conversation, I would use that term here. 

I don't handle well people who visit my page who are annoying, arrogant, knuckleheaded, or people who swear or use profanity. If you are in that category perhaps I would suggest to you that there are thousand of other pages that cater to your favorite language that you can go to have fun with. I found the Google+ block, mute and report buttons very handy and I would like to experiment with them from time to time as needed.



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Completed graduate school at 23. Not bad, i think .
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If you are coming to the city of San Francisco and in the mood for some delicious macarons this small bakery is worth to drop in for some great sweets. Highly recommended !
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very good
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One of the best Chinese restaurants in the city. The dim sum is great and the price is reasonable. I really like their shrimp won ton soup, for $6, can't beat that price for a wonderful bowl of won ton soup. The dinner menu is great. Try their Peking duck, it's the best in the city.
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