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Mar
09

Direct Flash / Bounce Flash Assignment

These are the two photos I am turning in for my single flash assignment.  One photo had to use direct flash and the other had to use a flash bounced off of a surface.

Last night, I went to the Laws Observatory on campus and took some photos while bouncing the flash off the dome.  And, as an added bonus, I got to look at the rings of Saturn through a huge friggin telescope!

20090311_ss_schrj_lr_0003_blogCentral Missouri Astronomical Association treasurer Randall Durk  (far right, NASA coat) demonstrates software used to locate stars to Michael Acree and his sons Robert and London inside the Laws Observatory on the University of Missouri Campus Wednesday, March 11, 2009.  Acree and his sons drove all the way from Mexico, MO and had the chance to view the rings of Saturn as well as the craters of the moon.  The Central Missouri Astronomical Association holds public viewing hours every Wednesday night in the historic observatory.

20090308_ss_schrj_lr_0019_blog2Taylor, a standard poodle, came all the way from Las Vegas, NV to compete in the Columbia Kennel Club’s annual American Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show at the Boone County Fairgrounds outside of Columbia, MO Sunday, March 8, 2009.

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