Leatherman Carabiner Watch : Mens White Leather Watches : Raymond Weil W1 Men's Watch.
Leatherman Carabiner Watch
Leatherman is the trade name for a line of multi-tools, knives and LED flashlights manufactured and marketed by Leatherman Tool Group of Portland, Oregon.
The Leatherman (ca. 1839 – 1889) was a vagabond, country of origin unknown but possibly France or more likely Canada due to the French language prayer book found on his person after his death.
"Given to Fly" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Featuring lyrics written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and music written by guitarist Mike McCready, "Given to Fly" was released on January 6, 1998 as the first single from the band's fifth studio album, Yield (1998).
A coupling link with a safety closure, used by rock climbers
A carabiner or karabiner is a metal loop with a sprung or screwed gate. The loop part opposite the gate is referred to as the spine. It can quickly and reversibly connect components in safety-critical systems. The word comes from "Karabinerhaken", meaning "hook for a carbine" in German.
A metal link with a gate that can open and close, generally used for clipping ropes to anchors or other objects
an oblong metal ring with a spring clip; used in mountaineering to attach a rope to a piton or to connect two ropes
Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time
Secretly follow or spy on
look attentively; "watch a basketball game"
a small portable timepiece
a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
Keep under careful or protective observation
For anyone thats wondering its the Leatherman Skeletool CX thats used in this photo. A fine tool that I carry around a lot, its a pretty bare bone multitool (hence the name) but it does everything I really need without the weight. It really only has 3 tools the pilers, a knife, and a screwdriver, the carabiner/bottle opener isn't much of a tool.
These are the sorts of time where I kind of wish I had a tilit shift lens... So I get maximum depth of field without having to really change my angle of view to much, cause I shot this at F22 and the top right of the multitool is still out of focus, and I'm not to keen on focus stacking (by that I mean I never really tried it). Well not to big of a deal since its not to noticeable on small web sized photos... Though if you hit L and look at it a little larger then its a lot more noticeable.
Nikon SB-28 (Main Light) camera right slightly above and pointing at the subject, bare at 1/32 power
Nikon SB-28 (Rim Light) directly below the subject aimed right at it, bare at 1/16
Nikon SB-28 (Background Light) aimed directly at the background, bare at 1/64
My arm as fill, placed pretty much right next to the subject camera left (thats whats giving the nice orange colour).
Oh yea forgot to add this but, got back on the movie wagon, watched "The Right Stuff" today, kinda makes me sad that we no longer have the gusto we had back then when it came to space exploration.
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