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le 13 juin 2018

David Lynch Made a Disturbing Web Sitcom Called “Rabbits”: It’s Now Used by Psychologists to Induce a Sense of Existential Crisis in Research Subjects

David Lynch has stayed productive in recent years — putting out an album and reviving Twin Peaks, to name just two projects — but more than a decade has gone by since his last feature film. Still, images from that one, 2006's Inland Empire, may well linger in the heads of its viewers to this day. Some of the most haunting sequences that compose its three hours include clips of Rabbits, a television show about those very creatures. Or rather, a television show about humanoid rabbits who exchange lines of cryptic dialogue in a shadowy living room located, as the show puts it, "in a nameless city deluged by a continuous rain" where they live "with a fearful mystery."

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Close Up Encounters - Wedge Tailed Eagle

Posted on 2018.06.13 at 21:45
Current Location: Northern Territory - Australia
Originally posted by sirterrywatts. Reposted by madman101 at 2018-06-13 21:45:00.

Flying right past the front of the camera today, we have a wedge-tailed eagle. Although the low-quality image on the webpage might eat out some of the detail in the black and grey sections of the picture. This one is a really good action picture.

With these types of things, you never know when a large bird will fly right in front of you, and there are a few things you need to get use to in order to capture that moment. I have started using the constant metering button on the camera, which has helped out a fair bit. Without it, the bird would be blurry. As it helps keep what you are looking at in focus, rather than lock it in.

I am really excited to make prints of this image soon, and I think it will be a popular image due to the action style photograph. When I arrive home at the end of the year, I look forward to hanging it in the Expedition Gallery.

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