Sunday, 30 October 2016
I've been busy trying to get the materials for building the Keche Macgrav free energy unit for the home. This is the first few steps. You can watch the video and above to understand it more. Utopia is upon us if we're taking steps together.
If you live in Sydney, Australia. To get the 14 Gauge wire/1.63mm copper wire go to Bagder Wire. They sell it as a kilogram. Minimum is 1kg. Get 10kg which probably set you back $250 dollars. Create more 2 units for your home and give some to you family, friends and neighbours. The more people get on the plasma energy system the quicker. With 10kg of copper wire, you could create 10-12 home units.
For the copper plate for the nano coating, you could get it from A & E Metals in Marrickville. Caustic soda you could get from Bunnings. Ask for assistant if you from the happy Bunnings people they willing to help you. If they're curious then you tell them about the Keche Foundation and free energy they could do it themselves. Also the rods to make the coils are in Bunnings as well. I've used 10mm for the outer coil and 6mm for the inner coil.
Friday, 21 October 2016
MUST Watch intro video. Go to the website and find out more about the technology. Especially the free energy that could power your home, car etc. I don't usually don't share other people work on my blog but I feel this WAY too important and I don't want another Tesla type of energy suppress by the Governments. Share it and more importantly take action. Everything is free on the website to make your own energy devices.
How come I didn't know about this important information till about 2 days ago? Is there a supression by the main media? Is our governments working on our best interest? I've read about a news article that the NSW government just make $14 billion profit from selling the energy grid to private companies No wonder they're not letting this information out.
I was so excited that I could not sleep for the past two nights thinking of the possibilities. Yes I went on the Keshe Foundation website and look for more information. There so much videos on the Youtube that you could have a University degree watching it. And why not watch it? It's better than TV for sure.
I am dreaming of the world where I can go to any places on Earth and take photograph. Even space, imagine the possibilities of camping on Mars for a few days and return to Earth. Utopia is here if you interested.
Monday, 17 October 2016
Walking back to the train station on my way home during blue hour. My favourite time to photograph. The neon lights are on and the cityscapes just become magical. Thank you Tesla for providing us with our modern days living standard.
Most of the shots were hand held. I just push the ISO higher and open up the aperture wide open. I have a f 2.8 so it was easier. Try to play with shutter speed. See how low can you hand hold the camera. It all about technique as well. Try to brace yourself so you have three contacts closer to your body. No chicken wing technique here people, especially if you a female. I don't want to see you arm pit thank you very much.
|Motion blurred with people crossing George Street.|
|Reflections of the glass windows.|
Sunday, 16 October 2016
Night Noodle Markets is part of Sydney Good Food Month. I don't reckon it is good food anyway, but I"m not in charge of the marketing. Fruits, berries and melons and possible some fruit veggies are the food for humans. All other so "called" foods are toxic to the human body.
I'm not a reporter or I like to called them these days as propaganda accomplishers. So nothing to report on how "Good" the food taste. The food industry and health care industry have hidden agenda that if you need to know you need to know. And the powers at be think that this kind of information is a need to know basis.
Anyway, I didn't photograph many people as I didn't feel the need to capture people while they were trying to be a carnivals. Yes there were many cooked meats on offer at the markets and we absolutely can't use dead tissues. Our body has to break the tissues to amino acids before we can use it. Just eat fruits, berries and melons people, all the amino acids are there for our cells to utilise.
Why was it pepper was called the king of spices? It can preserved and masked the horrible smell of dead and decayed meat. If all the meats were good, just eat it raw and unprocessed without all the spices to make it tastes better. Try it and you are really eat something that are truer to nature. No animals on the planet cooked their foods. Have you though of that?
Sunday, 9 October 2016
A wonderful event for to celebrate the indigenous community in Sydney. A great day out to learn about Koori arts, music, customs and foods. The name for this two days festival is "Home Ground", very appropriately I think.
The foreground of the Opera House transformed into a dance pit for the dancers. I was wondering what it's like on the same spot that the Opera House is on now. There's no photograph in those days. In Melbourne there's many painting of the old Melbourne but not in Sydney unfortunately.
One stand out performance for me was the young singer/song writer. She was amazing. Another superstar in the making I think.
Saturday, 8 October 2016
Manly Wharf at night time. Usually I will catch the ferry way before sunset to get back home earlier. But its the long weekend so why not stay a little longer for the best time to photograph. Just missed out on the blue hour as you could see from the black sky.
The snail in the foreground was where I proposed we meet up for this year Scott Kelby's World Wide Photowalk and any meetup in the future in Manly. So I have to get the photograph to share with other people.
Friday, 7 October 2016
Manly Beach during the blue hour. Hand held this shot. Can't wait till I get my hand on the Lumix G85 with the built in stabilizer. Close to the perfect camera for me.
Thursday, 6 October 2016
Just after the photowalk on of the lady as me to show them how I do panning and motion blurred. I have to used my newer camera to do it. Not that I couldn't do it my four years old camera but just the menu has some bug that I couldn't fixed. I have tried many times.
Anyway using my Panasonic Lumix G7 and with the easier navigation menu and of-course touch screen every setting was in reach. I managed a few shots at the runners, cyclists and skateboarders. The key is to set your camera on burst mode and using a slow shutter speed.
Start with 1/30 of seconds if the subject is not moving very fast. Adjust your shutter speed and enjoy the results. You might have to throw out a lot of photographs by way until you master it. Once you mastered it, it's yours for life.
Wednesday, 5 October 2016
I've never photograph Manly at night. Usually I just photograph the other side of south side of the Harbour. But since I was hosting a photowalk and I though to myself. If no one show up I still come home with some interesting photographs. And I did.
Tuesday, 4 October 2016
On my way to Manly Jazz on the weekend and simply sat back and enjoy the view. Shot this photograph while sitting down inside the ferry. The dirty glass makes an interesting texture. I brought it out further in Lighroom with the clarity slider.
Monday, 3 October 2016
I had a wonderful time enjoying the photowalk. There wasn't a big turn out but I like it that way. I have the chance to shared some photography tips for the ones that came along. Thankyou. I though I was the only one walking, but you girls make my day a lot easier.
I also had a chance to photograph Manly at night which was interesting. I didn't bring out the tripod as I want to work faster, I can't wait to get my hand on the new Panasonic Lumix G80/G85 which as a built in sensor stabiliser which make a perfect camera for me. Probably get it before I go on another photography trip around Australia. Until next year, I just enjoyed the long weekend and go somewhere interesting instead of hosting a walk.
|Enjoy the Jazz on the Ferry to Manly.|