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    atlantic
  • relating to or bordering the Atlantic Ocean; "Atlantic currents"
  • the 2nd largest ocean; separates North and South America on the west from Europe and Africa on the east
  • Of or adjoining the Atlantic Ocean
  • The Atlantic was made by Atlantic AG fur Automobilbau, Berlin, from 1921 to 1923. It was a single-track car with two auxiliary side wheels and a two-seat tandem body. An air-cooled 2-cylinder 1.8/6.5PS engine was used.
    shutters
  • (shutter) close with shutters; "We shuttered the window to keep the house cool"
  • (shutter) a hinged blind for a window
  • Close (a business)
  • (shutter) a mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
  • Close the shutters of (a window or building)
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Einstein's Shutter
Einstein's Shutter
Einstein’s Shutter is a whirlwind journey into a decade of one man’s life, in New York City, during what turns out to be one of the most horrific times in U.S. History. It’s also a story about redemption, reincarnation and ultimately it is a story of the power of the human spirit in a man, and a city, finding the strength they need to rise again after the attack on 9/11.

Einstein’s Shutter is also a comedy, a romance novel and ultimately a memoir of one life, amongst millions, in the greatest city in the world.

Reader Reviews:

“Einstein's Shutter will stay with you as you ponder your own significance and travel your own path.”

“Yanez' conversational style is both entertaining and intimate, making it fairly easy to be drawn into the story.”

“Just a warning: When reading this book, you will want to have some tissues nearby. However, you will also want to avoid reading in places where people will look at you funny for laughing out loud while staring at your Kindle.”

“I loved this book! It was humorous, in a laugh out loud people staring at you kind of way, at times sad, and very intriguing. I couldn't put it down.”

“I was hooked at the first sentence...humor...real life experiences written like you are inside his head as he thinks about his journey through relationships, friendships, work, spiritual growth...”

“From Buddhist teachings to sidewalk philosophers, the universe seems to speak to Vince and to the reader through his work. I highly recommend this novel. It is definitely an experience the reader will enjoy.”

“This is an excellent memoir, heartfelt, genuine, and funny at times as well. I highly recommend it to anyone that has ever wondered what else is out there.”
“Read this book if you want a laugh, a cry and just to know there is someone else out there who struggles to figure out why we are on this big old blue ball in the sky.”

“This is a lovely thought-provoking book by a very talented writer. Vince covers a very turbulent time in our history and weaves it into the upheavals of his life with great style and humor.”

“I loved this book and I can't wait to read more from the author, this guy is good!”
“[W]hy was I interested and rooting for Vince the whole way through? I have no idea why. But I do know I enjoyed the experience.”

“I didn't want to put it down. It was funny, sad, smart...I really enjoyed it.”
“Insightful, funny, reflective and spiritual...a great combination.”

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Vincent Yanez was born in a small mining town in the Arizona desert. He is author of the book, It Doesn’t Matter Which Road You Take (paperback) and Einstein’s Shutter (eBook). He lives in Arizona with his life coach, Feng Shui master and schnauzer, Mr. Sidney Bernstein. Mr. Yanez has won no great literary awards or recognition, but waits for the frenzy of adoration to begin at any moment. He spends most of his time building a Paper-Mache airplane, which he hopes to one day fly into the desert, in search of the Little Prince. Mr. Yanez enjoys the smell of rain, long walks on the beach and the crunch of a warm, crispy tater tot.

Check out the Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_111643592259095#!/home.php?sk=group_111643592259095&ap=1

Einstein’s Shutter is a whirlwind journey into a decade of one man’s life, in New York City, during what turns out to be one of the most horrific times in U.S. History. It’s also a story about redemption, reincarnation and ultimately it is a story of the power of the human spirit in a man, and a city, finding the strength they need to rise again after the attack on 9/11.

Einstein’s Shutter is also a comedy, a romance novel and ultimately a memoir of one life, amongst millions, in the greatest city in the world.

Reader Reviews:

“Einstein's Shutter will stay with you as you ponder your own significance and travel your own path.”

“Yanez' conversational style is both entertaining and intimate, making it fairly easy to be drawn into the story.”

“Just a warning: When reading this book, you will want to have some tissues nearby. However, you will also want to avoid reading in places where people will look at you funny for laughing out loud while staring at your Kindle.”

“I loved this book! It was humorous, in a laugh out loud people staring at you kind of way, at times sad, and very intriguing. I couldn't put it down.”

“I was hooked at the first sentence...humor...real life experiences written like you are inside his head as he thinks about his journey through relationships, friendships, work, spiritual growth...”

“From Buddhist teachings to sidewalk philosophers, the universe seems to speak to Vince and to the reader through his work. I highly recommend this novel. It is definitely an experience the reader will enjoy.”

“This is an excellent memoir, heartfelt, genuine, and funny at times as well. I highly recommend it to anyone that has ever wondered what else is out there.”
“Read this book if you want a laugh, a cry and just to know there is someone else out there who struggles to figure out why we are on this big old blue ball in the sky.”

“This is a lovely thought-provoking book by a very talented writer. Vince covers a very turbulent time in our history and weaves it into the upheavals of his life with great style and humor.”

“I loved this book and I can't wait to read more from the author, this guy is good!”
“[W]hy was I interested and rooting for Vince the whole way through? I have no idea why. But I do know I enjoyed the experience.”

“I didn't want to put it down. It was funny, sad, smart...I really enjoyed it.”
“Insightful, funny, reflective and spiritual...a great combination.”

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Vincent Yanez was born in a small mining town in the Arizona desert. He is author of the book, It Doesn’t Matter Which Road You Take (paperback) and Einstein’s Shutter (eBook). He lives in Arizona with his life coach, Feng Shui master and schnauzer, Mr. Sidney Bernstein. Mr. Yanez has won no great literary awards or recognition, but waits for the frenzy of adoration to begin at any moment. He spends most of his time building a Paper-Mache airplane, which he hopes to one day fly into the desert, in search of the Little Prince. Mr. Yanez enjoys the smell of rain, long walks on the beach and the crunch of a warm, crispy tater tot.

Check out the Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_111643592259095#!/home.php?sk=group_111643592259095&ap=1

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Blackrock Diving Board
Blackrock Diving Board
View from the diving board in Salthill Exposure 30s Aperture f/5.6 Focal Length 10 mm ISO Speed 200
Blackrock Diving Board
Blackrock Diving Board
The diving board in Salthill Exposure 30 Aperture f/7.1 Focal Length 14 mm ISO Speed 200

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