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Margaret Lee
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Tony Zhou delivers another quick bite of film education with this video on the interesting framing used by Nicholas Winding Refn in Drive:
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+Antonella Pavese​ thanks! These are tiny planets applied to regular DSLR photo. Kinda obsessed at the moment :-)

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User Experience and evangelist for Breaking Bad
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  • Google
    User Experience, present
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Female
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Photo enthusiast
Introduction
I've worked with most people I like and respect twice by now, or will do by the time I retire.
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Currently
bay area
Previously
beantown - boston, philadelphia, san francisco, oaktown, alameda
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If you reserve a car, don't necessarily expect that they will keep it available for you. You will be faced with cold indifference and visible annoyance that you expect a reservation to.be honored should your flight arrive later than originally planned.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The stars are for the shared pool area and the 24-hour security. The room we stayed in (an AirBnB rental) had a strong sewage smell emanating from the bathroom floor drain.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Amazing experience and so worth the aplroxately $60 per adult price, which lasted a good 3+ hours. The guides were funny, encouraging, and showed utmost respect for experienced and newbies alike. Nine fast and long ziplines high above the trees, 2 rope bridges, 2 lowering by ropes, and one Tarzan swing (great way to end the day).
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Great quality food and drink, with setting for carnivores and vegetarians alike. Conveniently located not far from Guiones Beach.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Gorgeous art deco hotel in the heart of Sydney's Central Business District. Don't miss the fantastic rooftop lap pool and lounge area.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The best part is being able to sit outside, otherwise average food, fair service, at high prices.
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reviewed 2 months ago