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Wood Frame Canopy
- Timber framing (Fachwerk literally "framework"), or half-timbering, is the method of creating structures utilizing heavy timbers jointed via pegged mortise and tenon joints.
- Conventional construction (often referred to as “stick-built”), especially residential, in which the load bearing frame (studs and joists) are wood members usually clad with plywood or other wood product sheeting or panels.
- Buildings of this type include low-rise single-family dwellings, multi-family dwellings, and commercial units with structural systems consisting of wood studs and joists, columns, and beams. These structures can have exterior veneers consisting of wood, stucco, brick, or vinyl siding.
- cover with a canopy
- the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit
- the umbrellalike part of a parachute that fills with air
- Cover or provide with a canopy
6'd Replacement Canopy For Wood frame Outdoor Market Umbrellas, 6'D, BLUE DERCLON
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Break in the Tree Line
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Shot on 10 October 2009 at Quidhampton Wood, Wiltshire, England.
This wood is quite dense and this break in the canopy is unusual. Tried hard to process a single frame version as Tone Mapped images with trees is a photographers nightmare as Wiltshire tends to be a windy County. Nothing could really reproduce the view like this image so I have stuck with it. The Frame Rate (3fps) of the 5D Mk.1 is the only negative with this camera's specification. If only Canon could have offered the same Megapixel count but with 8-10 frames per second, I would have bought one. Looking very closely at the many images posted taken with the 50D, I do not hold out that much hope for the 7D which has the high Frame Rate but probably will have inferior IQ Vs the 5D Mk.1 because of the incredibly small pixel size used on the CMOS. If only the Manufacturers would abandon this quest for more pixels and improve some of the more important specifications that are really important to photographers.
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This was such a simple idea but it ended up being such a strle. Floyd didn't want to wear this hat, and frankly it didn't fit a dog's head very well. I was working alone so it was very difficult to get the hat on, convince him to leave it on and take a picture all by myself.
My original idea was something like #1 but the lighting was terrible. The thing about going into the woods is the canopy blocks the light. That was the best and almost only usable frame from my original shoot location. On my way out of the woods I noticed that if I just take the picture on the edge I had a lot more light so I set up again to take the other three you see here. I like the one I used mainly because of the look on Floyd's face. I almost went with #2. I changed my mind after the upload.
#3 I include simply because it makes me giggle but it doesn't show the hat properly.
Hope you enjoy these because I forgot the hat at the park...
wood frame canopy
Rest easy in the knowledge that children will enjoy hours of endless fun protected from the sun's harmful rays by the Frame It AllTM Sandbox with Sunshade Canopy. The Frame It All 4' x 4' x 12" high Sandbox is easily assembled in minutes. The Composite Wood Grain Timbers are manufactured from 60% re-cycled, post-consumer plastic and 40% natural fiber. It will never rot, become infested nor splinter. It comes with a liner to provide a weed barrier. The bright colored Sunshade Canopy is sturdy and
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