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  • (Water Filter) In higher end espresso machines, a mechanical or a charcoal filter is integrated to remove unwanted components from tap water before the brewing takes place.
  • (water filter) a filter to remove impurities from the water supply
  • (Water Filter) Many coffee and espresso machines feature a built in water filtration system. Some are very rudimentary, consisting of a mesh or metal filter which water must flow through before reaching the boiler or heating element.
  • lavish: expend profusely; also used with abstract nouns; "He was showered with praise"
  • A mass of small things falling or moving at the same time
  • a plumbing fixture that sprays water over you; "they installed a shower in the bathroom"
  • spray or sprinkle with; "The guests showered rice on the couple"
  • A brief and usually light fall of rain, hail, sleet, or snow
  • A large number of things happening or given to someone at the same time

Spring Showers
Spring Showers
This is a male sparrow caught in the middle of a bird bath. During yesterday's photo outing I had the goal of taking pictures that would be desktop background-friendly. I've used quite a number of my photos as desktop backgrounds before, and found that some of them are too "busy." I like to keep my desktop clear so that I can enjoy what ever desktop image I have (regardless of whether it's a photo of my own), but I felt like I had to keep desktop items out of certain areas or else I'd lose track of them. That, and often times the icons would get in the way of a critical element in the photo. To rectify those issues requires a certain photographic style and method of framing. The object in the picture should ideally be on one side and out of the center. The rest of the picture should not be "busy" - a blurred background is best, and ideally that blurring should be pleasant. That introdudces some new issues: cameras generally don't have focal points at the far edges; you need to choose your background somewhat carefully; and you need to control the bokeh. Truth be told, I don't actively consider too much of that - I think I just get lucky. This photo is one of an embarrassingly large amount that show roughly the same thing - groups of sparrows (a very common, ordinary bird) at a bird bath located in "the secret garden" within the Conservatory Gardens of Central Park. I had two angles to work from, and both had trees with different hues of green to provide the background (shots from both angles will be posted). This picture jumped out at me as having great potential for a desktop background - it just had to be cropped appropriately. I'm quite proud of the end result. Not only has it made it to my "desktop images" folder, but it was good enough that Janelle is now using it as her desktop image for spring/summer. This is in the 8:5 ratio to fit my Macbook Pro's and Janelle's Macbook's resolutions. If you'd like to have the image for a desktop background, let me know and I can send the larger version. (I can mirror it for the Windows and Linux users so that the bird is on the other side.) Despite being cropped pretty heavily, the cropped file's resolutions are 2119x1324 (still pretty big). This has not been photo-manipulated in any way (aside from cropping). The background is completely natural, and the little white specks are water droplets that are flying off of the bird. Water on fruit always makes the fruit seem more appealing. This is my second shot with water droplets on a bird, and I think I may be on to something... Shot with an E-520 and Zuiko Digital 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 lens, with lens hood and a Hoya UV filter. Shot hand-held, with IS mode 1 enabled. Shot in Progam Auto mode to let the camera worry about both aperture and shutter speed, with the Auto ISO limiter set to limit at ISO 800 instead of ISO 400. The noise filter in the camera was set to normal strength. This has been cropped rather heavily, and further scaled down to a resolution of 1600x1000 for upload. This is a camera JPEG that has not been subject to any additional post-processing. The following settings were used on-camera: "vivid" color scheme; contrast, sharpness, and saturation at +1; white balance set to overcast; pattern metering mode. Happy Mother's Day!
The Principle of the Perfect Shave
The Principle of the Perfect Shave
Strobist Stuff: EX430II low right with stofen filter 1/8th EX580II high left with snoot 1\8th triggered STE2 shot after dark (because it took too long to set up) in the garden, under a child wielding a hose, in front of a black screen So....the perfect shave. I have been theorising about this for some time. I suspect shaving, and the way an individual shaves is, like as not, similar to religion. the technique is a hand-me-down. More than likely, as a child, you watched your father in front of the bathroom mirror, scrapping away before work, or you read somewhere, in some lifestyle mag, the best way to shave. the method seems to be with the grain or against the grain, up or down, and they are both "the best". So, for what its worth, here is my method for the best wet shave, derived from experimentation. I would never suggest it cannot be bettered, and welcome suggestions and improvements. First off, shave in the shower. The function of all the lathering with expensive foams and soaps is to soften the bristles. water and time does this, so the shower is ideal and saves some effort. The other function of the foam is lubrication. This does work, but so does a bar of soap. The next thing is the blade. The blade companies have gone too far in their quintuple blade heads "for the best shave yet". two blades is just fine, with plenty of clearance between the blades so they wash out easily. The next thing, and possibly the most important, is never keep your current blade on the razor handle. Keep it in the box. The reason for this is not technical or clever, it merely increases the odds of your partner not using it, and every fellow knows what a leg does to a blade. So keep an old blade on the razor (she (or indeed he) will not notice) and the one you use in the box. This rule might not apply if you live alone, but you can never be sure. Next, after all the normal shower procedures, soap the old chin, foam, whatever, and shave down, with the grain. You don't have to be too fussy or particular here, just run the blade downwards from nose to neck, cheek to jowl, then after a quick rub over with your soapy paw, shave the other way, neck to nose etc. This knocks off all the sharp bits and leaves the (IMHO) the best possible result. It takes no longer, blades last longer (you can get away with using a blunter blade) and you have a much more kissable chin, than the method you use now. What could be better? Well, a better shave could be better, so I invite you, in the spirit of scientific investigation, to test and improve.

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