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6209 No. 6209 [Edit]
I know we're a lazy bunch and we don't go out that much but I'd still like to propose you a photography thread as it can be funny like I'm imagining it.

It's simple. Use any device that let's you take photos and report back with something interesting you found. It can be anything. Outside your window, in your room, in your backyard, in your garage or house. It doesn't have to be any kind of professional stuff, although that's okay of course.

Please limit photos to a maximum resolution of 2560x1920 or something around that area for everyone's viewing pleasure. The photos have to be new and not something you took last year. がんばって!
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It's already night so I can't take a good photo if my life depended on it because the light is really bad in my room. Here's how it looks like inside one of my drawers tho.

Find anything interesting?
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What are those pills/little balls?
>> No. 6213 [Edit]
Those are little plastic pills you use on a softair gun.
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A picture of a picture of a picture of a picture of a picture of a picture of a picture of a picture of a picture of my monitor.

Sorry about the crappy cameraphone quality.
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I used to really be into photography, I mean really. I literally have thousands of dollars in cameras and lenses and video cameras I never use anymore. It's a shame.

I suppose I just realized, it's all pointless. I tend to give up on hobbies fast.

So...I just took this now on an old DSLR, it more or less surmises my life at the moment.
>> No. 6216 [Edit]

Wow is that thumbnail fucked up for anyone else? Or just me...
>> No. 6217 [Edit]
Yeah, it's a trainwreck. Not sure why.
>> No. 6218 [Edit]
our software sucks at resizing .png files.
>> No. 6219 [Edit]
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Just pictures of my figures that aren't particularly special. My camera is out of batteries; the rarest of substances in my house.
>> No. 6220 [Edit]
Maybe you should get rechargeable batteries.
>> No. 6221 [Edit]
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killing time waiting for the convention to end.
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>> No. 6229 [Edit]
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>Outside your window

>> No. 6230 [Edit]
What a delightful view.
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>> No. 6232 [Edit]
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It's just a rainy day.
>> No. 6233 [Edit]
you appear to live in s.t.a.l.k.e.r
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I have an unhealthy obsession with abandoned places, like Hashima, Pripyat, and abandoned villages in Japan and the US.

There is a building near where I live like this. It's been abandoned since 1993. The people who used to live there put a trailer on the property next to the building they once lived in, and when the kids moved out the parent apparently lost all of her money in a lawsuit and hung herself. Never said where. They had to take away the trailer but the building stays here.

Not sure what the building was for. There is a workshop, a hay attic, a horse stable that was made into a bedroom for a while, and the floors are cement except for the three-story area, where the floors are wood. The building was made about mid-sixties. It's been abandoned for going on ten years. Until last year, no kids came here at all, really. It was too spooky. I was the first in a while to go there, mainly because I was seeking other places to live after my mother almost threw me out in the middle of Junior year.
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These photos are from a month or two ago. It was finally getting warmer, and the only time you can walk through this field in warm weather without getting infested with ticks (I am not exaggerating this, ten on me yesterday halfway through the field).

That's a garage, and the front entrance. Never use it though, supposedly the room next to the garage (where the door goes) was home to a squatter, and before that was the supposed place the suicide took place. It's the brightest room but it's hard to get into. Full of trash.
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I was going to post these in a thread claiming I was looking for houses with my waifu, but thought it was too damned creepy and depressing and opted out of it.

The accessible entrance is on the side. A rotting door I had to kick in in the winter. Inside was a Wang personal computer, very old. Took it back home but lost it somehow.
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Graffiti is less than one year old. Airsoft friends came there from a few towns over to see how a game could go. Brought some "recruits" who stole the team's spraypaint and shit up the place. Others from around the neighborhood have also come to add a few tags.

This is the main atrium. No idea what this building was for, again.
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Another view. Tons of windows. Taught a kid we were airsofting with a year ago how to write Japan in Japanese, since we were part of the "Neo-Imperial Forces" for one op we never got to do. Now he just carved crappy kanji in the wall and it could be pegged on me should there be an investigation and I'm the only person in the neighbourhood with knowledge of the Japanese language.

Also do any of you know what PULP is?
>> No. 6239 [Edit]
I like abandoned places too. When I was a kid I lived down the road from an abandoned public pool and I loved poking around in it (except for the fact it had the biggest spiders I had ever seen in my life). Some guy bought it and all the land over there a long time ago and turned it into his motorcycle garage ;_;
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Desktop. I set this up as a joke. Was going to make up the place like an apartment, but ended up not doing it because something is living in all the furniture.

Going to go back soon to take more pictures of the place. Much greener. Still the creepiest though.
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Today's theme is much better, greener, and happier. Got my new Konata Figma today, after much stress and thought.

Say hi to Tohno-Chan, Konata.
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We decided to go out into my yard. It was a nice day, so adventuring is a fun way of passing the time.

Being very short, she had to get a good vantage point.
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Oh wow, you got up there fast. Anything interesting you see up there?
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Oh wow, you see something? Because I don't, with this terrible glare.
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Indeed, I think I do see something over there. Wanna go check it out?
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It's Yuki Nagato, playing her guitar. Interesting place for it, huh?
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Her playing is rather good, huh?
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I hope they get along, they're going to be next to each other on my shelf.
>> No. 6249 [Edit]
I don't like that look on Konata's face.
>> No. 6250 [Edit]
In the woods, nobody can hear you scream~
>> No. 6251 [Edit]
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My new motherboard is finally kita!! ━━━━(゚∀゚) and so I have been fiddling with computer parts and installing windows updates the last two days.

Windows 7 is a terrible OS. I miss XP.
>> No. 6252 [Edit]
Windows OSs are just going to get worse, if 8 is any indication.
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was dragged to la a few days ago and thought this looked interesting.. I dunno.. maybe I've spent to much time playing gtasa.. I can't help but think of it and comparing things to it whenever I'm visiting LA.
>> No. 6255 [Edit]
>maybe I've spent to much time playing gtasa.. I can't help but think of it and comparing things to it whenever I'm visiting LA

Haha, I thought the same thing when I went on my western US vacation. It made me replay SA after we got home
>> No. 6256 [Edit]
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Maybe I was just being dumb, but I found the white sign in the center of the pic rather amusing.

Did you visit los angeles, san francisco or las vegas during the trip?
>> No. 6257 [Edit]
All 3
>> No. 6258 [Edit]
Oh lol. Got a good laugh out of that myself.
>> No. 6259 [Edit]
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a really crowded train, packed with passengers... imagine sitting in such train for eight hours on a 300 km journey...
the good thing is, they offer free sauna service
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>I have an unhealthy obsession with abandoned places, like Hashima, Pripyat, and abandoned villages in Japan and the US.

Me too. Too bad there aren't any abandoned houses anywhere near me, so I can't go take any pictures. There used to be one, which I explored to death but never took any photos. And there have been a few house fires in the recent years, but they always get torn down in a matter of days so I don't even have the time to explore them. Too bad I don't have a car, because there's an abandoned mill on the old bus route to my old school, and I've always wanted to explore it but the buses don't pass it anymore and it's too far away to go with a bike or by foot.

I've always wanted to check out the city of Pripyat, and a couple abandoned places in Japan too. But I can't afford that stuff.

Here's an interesting site by the way:
It has lots of abandoned places too. I've never really visited any, because of the aforementioned lack of a car, but I found a couple abandoned military bunkers used in WWII etc. around my own country. There are some caches hidden really close to where I live too, but none are abandoned places or such, so I'm not really interested in those...
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there was a fox with kits (I did not manage to get a picture of them) in my backyard this morning.
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>> No. 6263 [Edit]
I wish this thread was made in /cr/..

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playing around with image editing, never really done this stuff before.
>> No. 6265 [Edit]
It's a little better than the original... maybe a little more contrast?
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like so?
>> No. 6268 [Edit]
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My sister's rabbit.
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Fuck it i'll join in.

Chicago Critical Mass - August 2010. Basically on the last friday of every month random people congregate in Daley Plaza and ride to some random place. Its a nice way to see places some might not otherwise see.

Guy has a electric bike
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people waiting for the 'beginning'
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bmxer guys.
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people buy or make customized bikes. this dude tows a loudspeaker on it. several vehicles have those
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another onw
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different angle of aforementioned green vehicle
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third pic of this device. Note speakers on the rear.
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green party candidate's bike for a north side district. dunno if she made it but im guesing not
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Chicago Police Bike Officers. These guye have a reputation apparently for disrupting the early rides but they became too large for them to stop so they just 'assist' in keeping the lines open for the riders (the riders themselves do most of that anyway).

Apparently they've busted some people at the ending point for marijuana and other drugs.
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i dont know what the hell kind of bikes those are but the colors for the inner rim are nice
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similar bikes
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biking into the final destination - no just biking into the setting sun under the el trains
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another doo-hickey
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remember the green part candidate? again here
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another pic of 'tallbike' which is some Rat PAtrol-type shit. ending critical mass dump.
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Took a random picture of a gas station sign on my shitty cellphone camera.
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From another trip to LA...
I thought it was an interesting sight, seeing the rooftops covered with cars.
>> No. 6289 [Edit]
Just a friendly reminder: Don't forget to resize your pictures before uploading, then people might bother to look at them. No one wants to see bad camera quality in high resolution.
>> No. 6291 [Edit]
I don't have a camera, the only thing possible for me to take photos is my cellphone, which is old and thus have horrible quality, but I wanted to participate in this thread when I could. There are some photos I would like to share, like the tree that bloomed pink next to my window just this week. If I can find the cable for the cellphone, I'll upload them.

Also wanting to see more from other anonymous.
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Finally got around to getting a big enough box to make a lightbox out of. I only have one light for it right now, so the lighting in the photos isn't the best, but it's much better than what I had before.

This is probably the best one of the bunch I shot today.
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>> No. 6300 [Edit]
or Lain.gif, yeah
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>Outside your window

In summer...
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...and in winter.
>> No. 6303 [Edit]
Wow! that looks really nice.
I really like snow, where i live in England, its always a little too warm/cold in winter for snow, and we end up with rain/hail. I'm guessing you live in the US?
>> No. 6304 [Edit]



It's been a long time since I was in a city that big. Makes me wanna visit Berlin again. I live in a rather small city, so these places are just mindblowing. Can't quite get it into my head how people can live there.
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Apparently milk contains milk
>> No. 6306 [Edit]
Knowing Mcdonald's I am actually shocked!
>> No. 6307 [Edit]
Most people with "allergies" in the US either have Munchhausen syndrome or developed mild allergies that they can easily develop a tolerance to, but would rather have the allergy in order to make them feel "special." Generally, if someone is either claiming they have an allergy to fruits or lactose, they are either faking it or just don't feel like developing a tolerance. And because of those people, we have labels like this.

Except people with shellfish and nut allergies. If I were allergic to peanut butter, I would kill myself... by eating peanut butter.
>> No. 6308 [Edit]
You sure do know everything!
>> No. 6309 [Edit]
I like melons, but they make the inside of my mouth puff up, I've tried ignoring it and had one the other day, same thing happened, although I don't complain and keep eating the stuff, it keeps happening.
I don't want to be special, I just want to eat a damn melon.
>> No. 6310 [Edit]
I'm allergic to nuts, but not peanuts. I guess because peanuts aren't technically nuts
>> No. 6311 [Edit]
Speaking of allergies, something like an allergy: you know that think called lactose intolerance? It isn't natural, when the milk is pasturized it changes some of molecules, and wa la! Some people are now unable to drink milk. So if your country/state of residence hasn't banned raw milk, you can drink it and never be intolerant again! (if you have lactose intolerance that is)
>> No. 6312 [Edit]
I'm pretty sure you made all that up. Whenever I would mow the lawn I'd get a rash, and I found out years later I'm allergic to grass and pollen. Mowing the lawn is the only chore I actually like doing; I didn't claim to be allergic to get out of it.
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>> No. 6314 [Edit]
the benefits of raw milk are not supported by evidence
>> No. 6315 [Edit]
I am pretty sure that if people who are lactose intolerant can drink it that is evidence of it being benefitial as they would not be able drink milk other wise.
>> No. 6316 [Edit]
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prove it with science, not anecdote.

Stanford study:

>The data fail to support our hypothesis that Raw Milk confers some benefit over Pasteurized Milk in the form of an improvement in the experience of symptoms of lactose intolerant adults.

the FDA and CDC disagree with you, and insist that raw milk is dangerous to consume.

>Raw milk potentially contains a wide variety of harmful bacteria – including Salmonella, E. coli O157:H7, Listeria, Campylobacter and Brucella – that may cause illness and possibly death.
>> No. 6317 [Edit]
It is not raw milk that is dangerous it is what might be in it, all those things can make their way into pasturized milk too.

"Pasteurization does cause the loss of several vitamins, but only approximately 0-10%" (cites FDA)

Raw Milk is inheritly more nutriutious, 0-10% infact, what is not inherit is the presence of dangerous bacteria. A person drinking raw milk with out bacteria would be better off then a person drinking pasturized milk without bacteria. Logically Raw Milk is healthier.


Pasturized milk infected between 168,791 and 197,581 people:

Drinking Farm Milk Reduces Childhood Asthma And Allergies
>> No. 6318 [Edit]
I knew my fair share of people with "allergies", and 9 times out of ten, they actually ADMITTED that it wasn't anywhere near life threatening, or that they had Munchhausen's. That 1 out of ten was someone with either a shellfish or nut allergy.

Did you know that most widespread allergies, including peanut allergies and gluten allergies, did not even exist 30 years ago? How does one explain that?
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