documenting my progression as a builder/picture taker. Also the change in the Lego parts palette.
the first is from early 2005, the next is from late 2006, and the final is from this summer.
This, as well as other dinosaurs, can be found in my Jurassic Park folder on brickshelf.
analyzing mirror self-recognition
TRANSITIVE VERB: (an·a·lyzed , an·a·lyz·ing , an·a·lyz·es)
To examine methodically by separating into parts and studying their interrelations."
Analizying myself too then, literally. My experimental contribution to this cool discussion: ;)
-I took the photo 2 days ago because I am oft precognitive so I foresaw this discussion coming.... :-P
The evolution of the analogue camera
This photo was taken on August 8, 2013
These are the analogue cameras I could find searching at home. Although the only last two cameras were mine, the others belong to relatives. The models are as follow in order of appearance (from left to right):
1. ULTRAFEX (1947)
2. Werlisa Color (1967)
3. Kodak Pocket Instamatic 500 (1972)
4. Olympus Trip 35 (1975)
5. Carena SRH 1001 (1977)
7. Fuji FZ-5 (1989)
8. Nikon Zoom 210 AF (1997)
More photos in: marinadelcastell.blogspot.com
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