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Garden Equipment Direct

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  • The necessary items for a particular purpose

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service

  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.

  • Mental resources

  • a plot of ground where plants are cultivated

  • Ornamental grounds laid out for public enjoyment and recreation

  • A piece of ground, often near a house, used for growing flowers, fruit, or vegetables

  • A large public hall

  • work in the garden; "My hobby is gardening"

  • the flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden

  • By a straight route or without breaking a journey

  • direct in spatial dimensions; proceeding without deviation or interruption; straight and short; "a direct route"; "a direct flight"; "a direct hit"

  • With no one or nothing in between

  • directly: without deviation; "the path leads directly to the lake"; "went direct to the office"

  • command with authority; "He directed the children to do their homework"

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Simple Garden Junior SGJR-3PC-BLK Oregano, Basil and Cilantro Herb Garden Kit, Black

Simple Garden Junior SGJR-3PC-BLK Oregano, Basil and Cilantro Herb Garden Kit, Black

The Simple Garden Junior 3-Pack Herb Garden Kit gives you everything you need to start your own Herb garden today. Ideal for everyone from beginners to experienced gardeners. The Simple Garden Juniors has a unique self draining system that protects against over watering while maximizing plant growth. The Simple Garden Junior comes with three, 4 inch planters including an enriched compressed soil brick and planting template. A 3 varieties of seeds including basil, oregano and cilantro are also included with detailed directions on the back including planting depth, days to germinate, indoor and outdoor sun exposure and height of mature plant. And if that is not enough, there is a comprehensive, a 6 page illustrated planting and growing guide featuring soil preparation, watering, herb chart, feeding and the ideal temperature for your Simple Garden Junior. The Simple Garden Junior makes gardening fun and simple. Growing Green has never been this simple. Fertile Earth specializes in creating products that make landscaping and plant care tasks easier, more cost effective and . We combine state of the art horticulture technologies with family-friendly products to put the fun back in gardening. Plants and landscapes become an extension of our sanctuary. They enhance our environment, provide us stress relief and even clean our air. At Fertile Earth, our goal is to design products that complement the basic elements of nature and make plant care fun, easy and more .

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pro103 Photographer at Work

pro103 Photographer at Work

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004)

The photographer to emulate for this assignment is none other than Henri Cartier-Bresson. Most of you have heard of him at one point or another. He’s one of the greatest photographers of all time. Widely called the father of modern photojournalism, Henri Cartier-Bresson traveled the world and covered many major events on assignment. He viewed the camera as an extension of the eye.

HCB is, of course, also known as the master of street photography. In 1952 he published a book called The Decisive Moment. It contained photos that captured not just any moment, but a decisive moment. A moment of spontaneous movement or change. A witty or telling perspective. A moment of interest. Henri Cartier-Bresson had an amazing talent for capturing fleeting, unnoticed moments, and he had an exceptional eye for composition. He didn't crop his photos.

The decisive moment became Henri Cartier-Bresson’s art and style. In his own words, the decisive moment is "the simultaneous recognition in a fraction of a second of the significance of an event, as well as the precise organization of forms that give that event its proper expression." (source)

He said: "Photography is not like painting. There is a creative fraction of a second when you are taking a picture. Your eye must see a composition or an expression that life itself offers you, and you must know with intuition when to click the camera. That is the moment the photographer is creative. Oop! The Moment! Once you miss it, it is gone forever." (source)

Some iconic HCB photos:
• puddle
• bike rider
• hugs and kisses
• ladies

HCB is also known for other achievements. Along with Robert Capa and other photographers, Henri Cartier-Bresson co-founded Magnum Photos in 1947, a prestigious international photo agency that is owned by its members. The agency is still going strong. HCB didn’t dedicate his entire life to photography. He also loved to paint and draw, and he directed films. You can read more about his life here and here, or check out any of the links below.

HCB shot with a 35mm range finder camera and a 50mm lens. His photos are exclusively black and white.

For this assignment it is our task to walk the streets in the footsteps of Henri Cartier-Bresson and photograph people we don't know (no photos of family, friends or acquaintances). The photos need to be candid. Let's see if we can train our eyes to find and frame a decisive moment. As primer says in this PCA thread, "Street photography is not about snapping a picture of the first person on the street and going back home. The best work of this genre engages the viewer and gives insight to the subject's world." Try not to use a telephoto lens. Photograph in public places like streets and parks—it's perfectly legal. (Malls, shops, and many parking lots are privately owned places.) Use your best judgment and have fun!

Your photo must be taken between April 1 and April 25, 2010.
Do not post before the deadline for the PREVIOUS assignment (i.e., wait for Parsleycat’s ending image to post).
Please tag your image exactly as written: pro103 (small letters, no space). Click "Send to Group" above your photo to submit it to the Photography Critique Assignments group pool.
dWIT (detailed What It Took): In the description of your photo, do not forget to tell us a little bit about what went into making it. That could be anything from your thought process to the technical details of exposure or how you may have set up lighting. In addition to your usual WIT please try to include the following:
1. which photo(s) inspired you
2. what you like and/or don't like about Henri Cartier-Bresson's work
3. your thought process behind your assignment submission
4. how your photo reflects Henri Cartier-Bresson's work
5. what you gained as a photographer from studying Henri Cartier-Bresson's work
Critiquing Submissions:
After the due date, please critique 3 other submissions before your submission and 3 submissions after yours (if you’re near the beginning or end, continue at the other end). Click on the photo in the pool and offer your critique. When critiquing each image, consider the overall impact, technical aspects, and composition. Just do your best regardless of your experience level.

WIT: Yesterday I was assisting an other photographer in teaching a Macro Workshop. I found it interesting that this particular person had actually placed the camera strap around his neck even when working using a tripod. I hope that he never needs to step back quickly. The second thing that I found very interesting is the quality of tripod that most new camera owners are willing to place their expensive equipment on.

I can't say that any one of his photos inspired me. To be honest I believe that he was mostly interested in people simply being themselves, and his best picture seemed to depict just that. An observation of life being lived. That itself is inspi

Operation Market-Garden

Operation Market-Garden

The two C-47 models shown here feature the vertical black and white striped wing markings that were employed on Allied aircraft participating in the Normandy invasion, in order to ensure that friendly aircraft could be identified as such amid the chaos of D-Day.

The map outlines the essential strategy of Operation Market-Garden, a disastrous Allied campaign which took place in September of 1944. It was the brainchild of Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, who sought a way to outflank the Ruhr and cross the North German Plain all the way to Berlin, and thereby shorten the war. (And, not incidentally, to capture some glory for himself.) The plan involved capturing three crucial bridges over the Waal, Maas, and Rhine rivers, at or near the cities of Eindhoven, Nijmegen, and Arnhem, respectively. The bridges were to be captured and held by airborne troops dropped in by parachute, after which armored units were to speed across the captured bridges, and then the rest of the way across Holland into Germany.

The bridges at Eindhoven and Nijmegen were captured, but the British troops failed in their effort to hold the one at Arnhem; hence, the phrase "A Bridge Too Far," which became the title of Cornelius Ryan's book about the campaign and the 1977 movie based on the book. The Arnhem campaign has been widely criticized by military historians ever since, many of whom believe it actually prolonged the war in Europe by several months. Although in retreat by the late summer of 1944, the Germans proved themselves to be very adept at small-unit tactics, which were improvised when necessary by groups of soldiers not under direct command, and who in fact did not comprise any recognizable sort of military unit at all. Moreover, the seizure of the bridges was assigned to paratroopers, who of course are unable to go into battle with any sort of heavy equipment or weaponry. And finally, the "Garden" portion of the operation -- "Market" was the airborne component -- failed to take into account that it would involve long supply lines and badly exposed flanks, which of course the Germans exploited fully.

garden equipment direct

garden equipment direct

La Crosse Technology Weather Direct WD-3209U 4 Day Internet Powered Wireless Forecaster with Forecast Alerts and E.L. Backlight

Weather Direct by La Crosse Technology gives you easy access to the same quality weather as meteorlogist 24 hours-a-day without turning on a TV or Computer! It works without Wi-Fi, there is NO software to install, and the forecasts are totally FREE. NO subscription required. Choose the forecast information that you want form a list of over 60,000 locations in the United States and Canada including your hometown, golf courses, parks, sports venues and more. Visit www.weatherdirect.com/places for a full list of forecast locations. Weather Direct provides you with the complete weather picture for each morning, afternoon, evening and night for today and three succeding days. You'll know to pack your umbrella for an afternoon shower, or bring a jacket for a cool evening at the game. The wireless display features a large LCD with automatic time and date, time alarm with snooze, indoor temperature and forecasts for the daily high and low temperature. The 4 Day Weather Multi-line toggles the % chance of precipitation, rain amount in inches, hours of sunshine, wind gust, wind speed, wind direction and barometric pressure. The bottom LCD line scrolls your wireless outdoor temperature, selected city name, sun rise/set and forecast. The included wireless temperature sensor monitors your backyard temperature. You can also monitor you backyard temperature from anywhere in the world with your free membership to theweatherclub.com. The weather gateway connects to your network router with the included LAN cable to send secure wireless forecasts to the display - 24 hours a day without turning on a TV or computer. A wireless range of 330 feet allows you to put the display device almost anywhere you want. A PC is only required for one-time easy set-up or to customize features. High-speed Internet and network router are required. Change the way you get your weather with Weather Direct by La Crosse Technology.

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