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- Meijer is a Dutch surname. It refers to a profession similar to a bailiff or steward. It originates from the Latin word maior. . Nederlandse Familienamen Databank. Retrieved on 2009-05-06.
- Meijer is a regional American hypermarket chain based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Founded in 1934 as a supermarket chain, Meijer is credited with pioneering the modern supercenter concept in 1962.
- The middle point of a circle or sphere, equidistant from every point on the circumference or surface
- A point or part that is equally distant from all sides, ends, or surfaces of something; the middle
- A pivot or axis of rotation
- focus on: center upon; "Her entire attention centered on her children"; "Our day revolved around our work"
- an area that is approximately central within some larger region; "it is in the center of town"; "they ran forward into the heart of the struggle"; "they were in the eye of the storm"
- center(a): equally distant from the extremes
- Photo is a French magazine about photography, published monthly by Hachette Filipacchi Medias. It is mostly focused on artistic aspects of photography rather than technical aspects. The editorial line is mostly oriented toward fashion and nude photography.
- PHOTO was the name of an American photographic magazine geared towards men. It was published monthly by the Official Magazine Corporation beginning in June 1952.
- A photograph
- A photo finish
- photograph: a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
meijer photo center - Fred Meijer:
Fred Meijer: Stories of His Life
In this book Bill Smith and Larry ten Harmsel offer an engaging glimpse into the life of Fred Meijer (b. 1919), a prominent retailer whose Grand Rapids-based company has grown from one local store in Greenville, Michigan, to a chain of nearly 200 stores in five Midwestern states. Smith and ten Harmsel have gathered reminiscences from nearly a hundred people who have known and interacted with Fred during the past eighty years - from U.S. Presidents and ambassadors to clerks at the grocery checkout - and the result is a unique biography of an innovative and energetic businessman whose economic, philanthropic, and philosophical influence has been felt across a broad segment of the Midwest. Replete with photos and captivating anecdotes, Fred Meijer: Stories of His Life is an inspiring read not only for Meijer buffs but also for students of business and management in modern America.
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I am interested in documenting contemporary American life, and so I attend events where I think there is a good possibility to photograph some aspect of our world, and capture in a single image aspects that would indicate who we are and what we do. Festivals and parades are probably my favorite activities as there are always a lot of people doing something interesting and usually wearing clothes chosen for the event. I am also drawn to clouds and was happy to have atmospherics play an important part of this image. My wife inadvertently echoed Ansel Adams when she first saw this photograph. I visited him at his home in the 1970's and when I showed him a photograph made of distant mountains in the desert, with two friends in the foreground, he told me he liked it, but thought it would be better without the people. That is one aspect of this image that I love: I would have felt successful with just a photograph that consisted only of the colors of the amusement rides, and the clouds and sky, but the teenagers add the details that connect to my interest in sociology. I admire the work of Pieter Bruegel, especially "Children's Games" (from 1560), and have always thought it would be great to be able to create a photograph that had that level of complexity. I do not think I have completely succeeded, but with this photograph I am happy to be a bit closer. I am grateful to the kids who unknowingly participated, and to the "Poor Jack" workers who turned on the lights of the "Zipper" for me when I asked, even though it was an hour before they had been instructed to. ******* "County Fair" was accepted to the juried Whitewater Show at IU East, in Richmond, Indiana. The Whitewater Valley Annual Art Competition goes back 30 years. Now, after more than a quarter of a century, entries number between 200 to 250 and come from as many as 40 universities, art organizations, art centers, and independent artists throughout the 300-mile radius around Richmond, Indiana. Artist opening reception and awards presentation in Whitewater Hall : Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at 7 p.m. Accepted entries will be on exhibit in The Gallery and Meijer Artway, Whitewater Hall. October 26 - December 9, 2011 Indiana University East Whitewater Hall 2325 Chester Boulevard Richmond, IN 47374-1289
Christian Life Center
This church is four stories high at its peak, and used to be a supermarket (Meijer, when it was still “Meijer's Thrifty Acres”) when I was growing up. Kim and I attended one service there, a New Year's Eve service, many years ago. I was one of several photographers contributing to the party atmosphere, and Kim operated a spot light (for the first, and so far only, time in her life). It was fun, it was loud, very much unlike how this photo portrays the building on an early Saturday morning. HDR from three photos, stacked and tonemapped in Photomatix. Some adjustment layers in PSCS3 and a duplicated and multiplied sky finished this one.
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Superfit, muscled, and macho, gladiators were hero-worshipped for their skills and courage as they fought to the death, yet despised for their humble status. For over six cruel centuries, tens of thousands died in the blood soaked arenas of Rome and its colonies, watched by enthralled crowds screaming for violence. Professor Fik Meijer has ingeniously pieced together their true stories from contemporary evidence, describing the gladiators' origins, daily life, training, and the odds of their survival pitted against their legions of fans' lust for blood and spectacle.