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  1. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    Asobu posted about Issey Miyake/Irving Penn in RFT so here's a couple more pics I just stumbled upon. Does anyone have the book ?




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    Yeah, I've got it...it's actually sort of a letdown.​
     
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  3. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    How can it be a letdown if it features the pics posted above ? :butbut:


    pppp, you some kind of journalist ? (edit: nvm, I got my answer)


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    Russian ark was fantastic. Every place they walked through was beautiful, the guy talking to the character/camera was pretty entertaining, and the thought alone of what it must have been to coordinate everything to make it in one shot, all of that made the idea of the movie being slow just fade away as if it never existed.
    Re remakes, though I´ve yet to watch "Infernal affairs", and therefore couldn´t compare it with the remake, I enjoyed the departed. The cast was great, all of them, Damon, Di caprio, Nicholson, Baldwin, Whalberg, heck, even Anthony Anderson hehe "Let the right one in" left me fascinated. Such great pace and a sort of stillnes in some of the shots outside the building complex where they live. The acting was superb by both kids. I wouldn´t watch the remake. The title alone bothers me. "Let the right one in" implies a lot, while the new "Let me in" sounds kinda dumb.
     


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    Two amazing posts in a row. I love this picture. Makes me happy just looking at it. And Breezy, that Elgar piece is great. I'm not familiar with his music, but I'm going to look for more.
     


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    A few of the best movie scores ever. ​
     
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    (You should really expand these to full size)

    The Pillars of Creation, giant clouds of interstellar gas and dust in the Eagle Nebula. The longest of the 'pillars' is more than seven light-years long.



    "The pillars are dense clouds of gas in the Eagle Nebula, a star nursery in the constellation Serpens, near Sagittarius. They were made famous by a dramatic 1995 Hubble Space Telescope image.
    The tricky part is that the forecast is based on evidence that the pillars were demolished by the supernova's shockwave about 6,000 years ago.
    "[They] have been destroyed. I use the past tense because the nebula is 7,000 light-years away," said Nicolas Flagey, a French doctoral student working for NASA.
    In other words, light from the nebula has taken 7,000 years to reach Earth, and everything we see is that much out of date.
    This recent infrared image of the Eagle Nebula shows a bubble of hot, rapidly expanding material directly behind the pillars, Flagey reported on January 8 at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Seattle, Washington.
    In the image, taken by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, a red mass of hot dust warmed by the supernova can be seen behind the ghostly green of the nebula. The pillars are directly in the shockwave's path.
    "The pillars are not dense enough to resist" the blast, Flagey said.
    The red ball can't simply be gas heated by nearby stars, he added, because only a supernova could generate that much energy."
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    All that text looks like it was taken out of Final Fantasy.
     


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