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Charging Camera Batteries In Europe
- Batteries designed to power the various functions of cameras. Lithium batteries are popular for this use thanks to their small size and long life. Common 3V types include CR2 and CR123A, while 6V types include CRP2 and 2CR5. Flash units normally use AA-size batteries.
- In the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Hungary, Ukraine, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, The Netherlands and Romania, "Delikatessen" (as it is spelled in current German) has a rather different meaning; it designates top-quality (and top-price) foodstuffs.
- In Europe is an album by Miles Davis, released in 1963.
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Blocks of Concrete
This is where we come from... and this is where we go.
This shot spurs random thoughts, so I'll just lign them up one by one.
First, it reminds me of "Always look on the bright side of life", from Monty Python. I've even wanted to use that as a title.
Then it reminds me of a similar shot, taken at sunset from approximately the same place, by Troniu. He started the idea of "this is where we come from -- and this is where we go", so I'm not original.
However, I just wanted a night shot, from a high viewpoint. Driving around in my car, I've stopped upon this hill. The cemetery just happened to be there right under, it wasn't my original intention to take morbid shots. Still, it's in the shot now.
One of my grandmothers lies here in this cemetery, and I don't even know where she is. People should know where their grandmother is. Not knowing makes me feel like a bad person.
Other than that, I have decided to take a least one photo per day, of no matter what. Whatever happens in my life on that day. Or just a walkabout -- it's good to get some air. Maybe some dull in-house macros, if the weather permits nothing else. I wonder if I'll be able to keep this thing going for 365 days... starting today. I won't promise, but I could at least try.
With this decision in mind, I drove up the hill, walked about, found a decent spot, got back to the car and took it closer. Then I went out, mounted the tripod and the camera, found the right spot in all the mud. When I've finally turned on the camera, I have been greeted with a nice and familiar welcoming message: "Replace the batteries."
It's true... I haven't used them in a while, though they should have been charged. I have two sets of batteries, and older and the newer one. Looks like the older set is finally giving in, after more than 27 months since I've bought'em. Another set bought at the same time gave in last summer already, so I was expecting this. Will give them another try with the charger, and if they won't work anymore, it's recycle time, and a new set will take their place.
Unmounted the camera and the tripod, walked back to the car through the mud, and changed the batteries at the trunk lights. Rinse, repeat... walk back, set things up again. This time with more luck, apparently. We're having a few warm days, by the way... 8 to 10 degrees celsius, a welcome change after a period of -8 to -16 for a few weeks. So I was there, the air was fresh, and it really wasn't cold at all, time to take today's shot then.
I was totally annoyed today, as my brand new HTC Windows Mobile smartphone went bad the other day. Got it as a Christmas gift, so it's not even 30 days old. :((
I'm having problems with Vodafone as they apparently don't want to fully replace it, they want to send it to their repair shop instead. But I do want a brand new phone, and it's my very right to get one, whatever their crappy corporate policies are, I don't care.
Talked to someone today, he said he's at his fourth (!!!) HTC Diamond now, has changed three, but this one now works perfectly. Great and encouraging, for sure. But my Touch Pro should be better than the Diamond. Well, it was supposed to be...
One of my flickr friends, Londonconstant, has got a group called Brutalist Communist Architecture. I could take many shots like this one, and post them there, so people would see. This is how life used to look like, over here. And this is how it still does today, to a certain extent. Even now with the political background changed, we can't erase all this in just a few decades. It's going to take a lot more than that, I'm afraid. Same for the period's marks on people minds (well, sometimes bodies as well) and most importantly, on their souls.
I've sit out there alone for quite some time, the evening air was nice and I was in no hurry. Then a man came, with his dog, walking by, and greeted me, which is rare in (urban) Romania. Then I've realised he was talking to me in English. I've invited him up the small hill I was standing on, and had a little chatter. The man was Swedish. Sorry that I can't remember his name now, I'm so bad with names, forgot it the second after he said it -- but he repeated (and probably remebers) mine.
He was a language teacher, travelled around the world, knows seven languages, and teaches wherever he goes. He's got two children, and bought a small camera to take shots of the kids. But the kids are totally annoyed already by having their pictures taken all the time. And he's got a Romanian lady friend of whom he took some good shots, he says. Even got his portrait of the lady printed out and framed at his place, not too far from where we have met. Today the lady's jealous on her own portrait, complaining that she'll never look that good again, like in that picture, framed. That's capturing places and time, that will never be the same again, the very essence of photograhy -- I replied, and he knew what I ment.
He was quite interested in
I was tagged twice...by gypsyfroggie and Lisa (lat454205/Lisa), so I thought I'd better play the game. I can't for the life of me figure out how people take photos of themselves in the mirror. I tried 28 times and most were out of focus or just showed the top of my head and ceiling. You can see my white knuckles here...one of the last shots I took!
1. Most of the clothes I own came from thrift stores, including shoes, coats, gloves, scarves, hats and bags. The only thing I draw the line at is underwear!
2. My wonderful children have made me the person I am today. They are wise, witty, clever, compassionate and loving adults who make my world go round.
3. I'm handy with tools and have a love affair with my cordless drill...it makes holes in walls, shells, wood, flower pots and galvanized tins and makes me feel like a regular Rosie the Riveter.
4. I'm blessed with crazy, incredible neighbours on both sides and beyond...the kind who hug on a daily basis and sign cards and notes with "love".
5. I wish I still owned my first car, a British Austin A40 with soft red leather seats, that I got when I was 17 for $60 worth of babysitting money.
6. I've travelled around Europe twice. My high school friend and I backpacked for 9 weeks the summer after we'd taught our first year of school, sleeping on trains, staying in youth hostels and using "Europe on $5 a Day" as our guide...Copenhagen to visit her relatives, Liverpool to visit mine, Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Rome and more. Before children came along, my husband and I journeyed for six months in a Morris van, camping, buying food in markets, bathing in cold lochs and following whatever road beckoned. I loved Yugoslavia, Italy (especially Pompeii), southern France, Spain and Portugal, but the Isle of Skye was a dream.
7. I value each and every one of my friends, going back to when I was six and played with Willa...oh, the adventures we had would fill a book! We got together a couple of summers ago and she hasn't changed a bit.
8. My sister likes to tell people we're twins, only I'm the older one, by 14 years! We are on the same wave length, complete each other's sentences and laugh until our stomachs ache.
9. I have a thing for crows and ravens and I like to think that they're the only "witch" thing about me, although one of my students once told me that I was a witch and in fact, that I had witch's hair. I said, "If you think this is bad, you should see it when I get out of bed in the morning." His whole attitude changed after that and in fact, even after he moved on to the next grade, he'd run down to my classroom and yell, "Hey, Mrs. P., I've come for my daily hug." Humour will win out every time!
10. My years teaching Special Education were great...challenging yes, but I learned more from those kids than I think they did from me. The most rewarding part is that several are still in touch with me after ten years...all doing well, some in college and university and still asking me questions and for advice!
11. Because of flickr, I've met some absolutely wonderful people around the world, people who I can call friends, people to share life's experiences with and who invite me into their homes by way of photographs.
12. My two dogs, Casper and Indy, go everywhere with me and I can't think of better shadows. The cat prefers to stay at home.
13. My grandson is the apple of my eye. I think he's just about the most intelligent, funny and energizing force on the planet. He charges my batteries with his wit, his drawings, his interesting discussions and his keen sense of the world around him.
14. I've been a vegetarian for more years than I can think of, but I don't push it or preach it. It's just works for me.
15. I've inherited my dad's love of rocks, stones, fossils, birds, mushrooms, trees, sea life, forest life and of course, gardening...hands in the dirt, nurturing plants and harvesting the crop, however small.
16. My mom taught ballet for years and my sister went to The National Ballet School in Toronto before moving west to take over a dance school here on the coast. I did not inherit rhythm from my mom and I dance like a cardboard cut-out! I can't carry a tune to save me (one friend once said that if I ever formed a group I'd have to call it Barb and the Monotones), but I used to sing my heart out with the kids in my classes and we usually ended the day with a rollicking Rockin Robin...tweet, tweet!
charging camera batteries in europe
Accessory Power NP-20 / NP-20DBA Equivalent Replacement Charger BC-11L is compatible with EXILIM EX-M1 EX-M2 EX-M20U EX-S1 EX-S100 EX-S2 EX-S20U EX-S2BU EX-S2PW EX-S3 EX-S500EO EX-S500GY EX-S500WE EX-S600 EX-S770 EX-S770BE EX-S770RD EX-S880BK EX-S880RD EX-S880SR EX-Z3 EX-Z4 EX-Z4U EX-Z60 EX-Z60BK EX-Z70 EX-Z75BE EX-Z75BK EX-Z75PK EX-Z75SR EX-Z77BE EX-Z77BK EX-Z77PK EX-Z77SR S3 S770 Digital Cameras and any other models taking the NP-20 / NP-20DBA battery.
THE USB CHARGER: Simple, portable & powerful, the Mini Charger is ready to go wherever you want to take it. Our Mini battery Chargers come pre-packaged for every scenario - A USB Charging Port for use with mobile phones, MP3, PDAs & other USB enabled devices, a DC adapter for on the road use & a European travel adapter for going abroad. Lightweight & compact, the Mini Charger can easily fit in your pocket so you'll never need to worry about your camera batteries dying again! Our Mini Chargers come with sophisticated microchips that can detect the slightest variations in your battery, ensuring that your batteries will never be damaged by the charging process. All of our products are manufactured with Silicon Valley technology to European precision standards, and we are confident that no other company provides the same value combined with the most competitive prices in the industry. We believe in our products and offer an unheard of FREE 3-YEAR EXTENDED MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY--we guarantee you'll be satisfied.
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