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Motion Glass Coffee Table


motion glass coffee table
    coffee table
  • (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.
  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
  • A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.
  • low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served
    motion
  • Make a proposal in a deliberative or legislative body
  • gesticulate: show, express or direct through movement; "He gestured his desire to leave"
  • movement: a natural event that involves a change in the position or location of something
  • Direct or command (someone) with a movement of the hand or head
  • gesture: the use of movements (especially of the hands) to communicate familiar or prearranged signals
    glass
  • a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure
  • Any similar substance that has solidified from a molten state without crystallizing
  • A hard, brittle substance, typically transparent or translucent, made by fusing sand with soda, lime, and sometimes other ingredients and cooling rapidly. It is used to make windows, drinking containers, and other articles
  • A thing made from, or partly from, glass, in particular
  • a container for holding liquids while drinking
  • furnish with glass; "glass the windows"

Guldhuset 1999
Guldhuset 1999
From the bar Guldhuset in Copenhagen, 1999. Anders (63 years) sits in the foreground. He was born in the street where the bar is and entered it the first time 49 years ago at the age of 14. Tekst pa dansk af Marie Wandel Kampmann. Text in english underneath (by Marie Wandel Kampmann) Hans ojne er klare. Glasset er kvart fyldt og skummet helt forsvundet. Det er ikke dagens forste ol for Anders, der lader minderne fa frit lob, mens han slukker torsten i Tuborg. "Det har n?sten ikke forandret sig." Anders kigger sig over skulderen og laver en fejende bev?gelse med armen i den lysegra vindjakke. Denne maned er det 49 ar siden, han forste gang tradte ind i pa Guldhuset, som 14-arig med hang til billard. Siden er der byttet om pa bar og billardbord, toiletterne er rykket ind fra garden, kakkelovnen er roget ud til fordel for centralvarme og kokken-elevatoren er forsvundet. Alligevel fastholder Anders, at alt n?sten er, som det altid har v?ret. "Det vigtigste er, at her stadig er rart at komme," siger han og vender tilbage til barndommens Woltersgade - nummer 2, 3. th. "Det var tider. Der var kun en bil i gaden og vi spillede langbold fra Holmbladsgade og hele vejen ned til Bohmensgade. Men mine for?ldre fork?lede mig, fordi de tidligt mistede mine to yngre soskende. De var sa bange for, at der ogsa skulle ske mig noget, sa det var ikke altid, jeg fik lov at komme ned og lege." Anders bor ikke l?ngere i Woltersgade, men det er derfra, han har sine st?rkeste minder. "Min konfirmation var den bedste dag i mit liv. Mine for?ldre spurgte, om jeg helst ville have penge, en rejse - eller familien pa besog. Jeg valgte familien. Jeg havde aldrig set dem, de boede i Aalborg og kom herned alle 28. Det var utroligt. Vi boede i en to-v?relses og matte tomme sovev?relset op pa torreloftet. Og sa lob jeg fire opgange igennem for at lane borde og stole. Dengang hjalp vi hinanden - i dag kan man sgu ikke engang lane en kop kaffe!". Anders ryster pa hovedet og tager imod en ny ol, der langsomt fylder glasset. Et ojeblik bliver han distraheret ved tanken om det temposkift livet har taget. "Vi burde tage den lidt med ro - det kan da ikke v?re meningen, at det skal ga sa hurtigt, at vi ikke kan folge med?" Sporgsmalet h?nger lidt i luften. De omkringsiddende nikker og giver stille og roligt Anders ret. Men sa fylder konfirmationen igen i Anders' hovede. Den er ikke til at glemme, men desv?rre er gl?den ved den uloseligt forbundet med noget, der far Anders til at tale lavt og usammenh?ngende. "Vi kunne ikke finde min mor efter festen. Jeg var endda pa stranden og kigge, men tilsidst fandt vi hende krobet sammen i et hjorne pa loftet. Senere sagde l?gerne, at hun var blivet sindssyg." Anders tier stille og kigger ud i luften. Men ikke ret l?nge. Tankerne flyver og snart fort?ller han med store armbev?gelser om dengang, Guldhuset var det forste danske v?rtshus med tv. ...... TEXT IN ENGLISH His eyes are clear. The glass is a quarter filled and the foam has completely disappeared. It is not the first beer for Anders, who lets the memories run wild, while he quench the thirst with Tuborg. "It has hardly changed." Anders looks over his shoulder and makes a sweeping motion with his arm in the light gray windbreaker. This month, 49 years ago, he first stepped into Guldhuset, as 14-year-old with a penchant for billiards. Since then they switched the bar and billiard table, the toilet is moved into the house, the stove is smoked out for the benefit of central heating and the kitchen-lift is gone. Yet Anders insists that nearly everything is as it always has been. "The main thing is that it's still nice to come here," he says, and returns to his childhood in Woltersgade - number 2, 3rd floor. "It was good times. There was only one car in the street and we played ball games all the way from Holmbladsgade to Bohmensgade. But my parents spoiled me, because they already lost my two younger siblings. They were so afraid that something should also happen to me, so it was not always that I was allowed to come down and play. " Anders lives no longer in Woltersgade, but here, he has his strongest memories. "My confirmation was the best day of my life. My parents asked if I wanted to have money, a holiday trip - or family visits. I chose on the family visit. I had never seen them, they lived in Aalborg and came down here all 28 of them. It was incredible. We lived in a two-room flat and had to empty the bedroom into our ceiling stock room. And so I ran to a lot of neighbours to borrow tables and chairs. Then we helped each other - today you can damn not even borrow a cup of coffee! ". Anders shakes his head and takes a new beer, which slowly fills the glass. One moment he becomes distracted by the idea of the tempo changes life has taken. "We should go a little slowlier - it can not be true that we should go so
Candlelight 02/24/11
Candlelight  02/24/11
daily Challenge candlelight The group is too full , but I will follow along when I have the time.. I had not shot candle light very much. Used my white balance tool for this so the colors of the candle holders would be true I found it difficult to focus on the flame itself. This was the only good one of a dozen or more attempts. had a few dim lights to help add some ambient light to the scene to set this up I balanced one votive on my garden ball that resides for the winter on my coffee table and the other on a smaller pillar candle in front of a huge candle and glass pillar that lends the slight leaf shaped bokeh to the upper left corner. Lit the three wicks in the big candle bowl to add light. The flame seemed impossible to get clear since it was in motion

motion glass coffee table
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