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NEW Wireless Security First Alert CAMERA and Motion LITES
We've all seen them before - security lights that turn on when we walk by. Perhaps they were above your neighbor's garage door or in front of the front door. You remember that neighbor don't you? The neighbor who had a million cats and a sign in their yard that said no trespassing? Eventually we all stopped paying attention to the light and so did the owner because it came on when his cats would walk in front of the light.76% (13)
The HomeSentry puts the "security" in motion activated security lights. Not only does it turn night into day with its brilliantly bright 32 LED motion activated flood light, but it records both video and still photography in amazing VGA quality resolution. The wide angle lens provides excellent coverage up to 50 feet away, so you'll always know who the perpetrator was. As soon as the HomeSentry detects movement, it turns both the flood lamp and the video camera on.
Quick & Easy Installation
You won't need a degree in mechanical engineering to mount the HomeSentry anyplace it's needed. You mount the HomeSentry on your garage, patio, near the front or back doors or use it inside your business such as warehouses and workshops to catch the culprit in the act.
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First Good Lightning Shot
TOTALLY UNEDITED except for the signature in the corner. This is was my very first "good" lightning shot, which I uploaded a year or so ago from the computer I was using at my hotel. Somehow, the EXIF data never showed up for that copy, and instead of replacing that earlier upload, I'm re-posting it now. The thing that struck me about this shot was the fact that the lightning is not hidden by the storm clouds, which is a bit odd, since most photos show the bolt shooting outward from the heart of them. This particular strike was no more than a few thousand yards away from me, and I felt the static thick in the air. Scary as hell, but my adrenaline was pumping and I just couldn't bring myself to leave, even after this close call. Note: I took this while wearing nothing but a bathing suit and jeans, since I had to sacrifice the use of my jacket to cover up the camera! © All rights reserved. Any unauthorized use of this photo is illegal and strictly prohibited.Wrathful Night in the City of Light
I shot this one the same night as Lightning Storm #1 & #2 - pretty full-on night. This one is looking north from Royal National Park to Sydney., the other two were looking south. You're looking at about 20km of city in this shot so this bolt would have been at least 10-15km long by my reckoning. For those who missed the backstory on the other 2 photos here it is: This is the second storm I've photographed at night from Royal National Park just south of Sydney Australia. And we've just had a third which I also got so we've been having some great light shows recently. Unlike the first one which was a few kilometers away from where I was photographing this one ended up right on top of me and got deeply scary at one point (had to hide under a rock overhang and the camera got soaked). But it still works - I tell you the Canon 30D can take a hammering - mine constantly gets soaked by seaspray and waterfalls and just tkeeps on going and it's brilliant for night shots.
All hail The King of Queens - because he's funnier than ever! In this outrageous and unforgettable fourth season, parcel deliveryman Doug Heffernan (Kevin James, HITCH) continues to juggle the intimate moments of marriage with his lovely wife Carrie (Leah Remini) while sparring with that royal pain in the basement - father-in-law Arthur (Jerry Stiller). With such hilarious mishaps as hoarding an airplane's oxygen mask and installing a hidden camera to spy on Arthur, you, too, will crown this hilarious hit-comedy king!Similar posts:
The fourth season of The King of Queens opens with a perfect example of how the show spins real life into farce: Delivery guy Doug and his sardonic wife Carrie (Kevin James and Leah Remini) want to get pregnant, but can't get Carrie's cantankerous father Arthur (Jerry Stiller) out of the house; the only solution their budget will allow is hiring a dog-walker named Holly (Nicole Sullivan) to take Arthur to the park. A more banal sitcom would conclude with Arthur's rage when he discovers the truth, but The King of Queens finds a grace note with Arthur and Holly beginning a genuine friendship. Which is not to say that The King of Queens goes for easy sentiment; some of the fourth season's best moments walk a distinctly unsentimental line. When Arthur goes into the hospital for a heart problem, Carrie discovers that he hid a college acceptance letter from her in order to keep her at home. While Arthur lies unconscious, Carrie wrestles with anger and grief--and, thanks to smart writing and Remini's deft performance, it's almost uncomfortably funny.
James, Remini, and Stiller form the sitcom equivalent of a rock'n'roll power trio--it's astonishing that so much comedy can come out of just three people. The King of Queens has solid supporting players (and, towards the end of this season, succumbs to the questionable trend of casting celebrity guest stars), but the skillful interplay between Doug, Carrie, and Arthur drives the vast majority of the show's stories. The fourth season has a handful of episodes that wallow in typical sitcom schtick, but it's impressive how many more episodes remain fresh, lively, and true to these vivid characters. Even an episode that flashes back to Doug and Carrie's wedding--a premise that usually guarantees a saccharine kiss of death--finds a balance of tartness and genuine warmth. Satisfying and well-crafted. --Bret Fetzer
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