Thought for the day……” Nothing comes easy, what comes easy means nothing and what comes hard means something”.
” There is no use running fast when you are on the wrong road”.
Was it enough with Dolly the Sheep? No, because in the news now is a story about a Canadian dentist, Dr. Michael Zuk, who wants to clone the late John Lennon by using the DNA from one of his teeth. Dr. Zuk obtained the tooth at an auction in 2011, and claims that bringing ‘back’ a deceased famous person would be the ultimate expression of science.
Something a little different for the photo today. Not the actual photo (a stunning morning in Norway), but the technical details of the photo. It is actually a combination of 24 individual photos that have been stitched together in a photo-editing program. This results in one VERY large file, but also one that is excellent for printing and making very large, long enlargements. Even after reducing the RAW files to JPEG, the final file size is still around 30mb, but for a view like the one in the photo, then it is wonderful to have it in such high quality.
Not that this photo, large as it is, will not compete with the World’s largest digital photo, which was published in February this year. A photo of London, taken from the BT Tower, was made up of 48,640 individual photos, giving a total photo size of 320 GB. Keep taking photos!!
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Happy not to be working at the Quality Spa Resort Hotel, Norefjell, and not missing the managers there at all.