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2019

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One Day in Chicago

a7R + Olympus H.Zuiko 24mm f/2.8 + Aurora HDR Pro

チャイナタウンの外れで配管工兼何でも屋を営む青年は退院までの記憶が無く常人離れしたバイクと拳銃の腕も何処で身につけたのかまるで覚えていないのに何故か引き受ける仕事に物騒な連中が絡んでくることが多く仮令軟弱者と罵られようと語彙の少ない大男を鉄パイプで優しく気絶させるとかバスタオルを落っことした美女が見せたいのか見せたくないのか判然としないポーズでキャーとかそういうハリウッド事なかれ映画で許される程度のエロスとバイオレンスと軽口だけで何とか日々をしのいでいけないものかと夜更けに一人呟きウドンを啜る

Marimo charging his solar cells

a7R + Rollei-HFT Planar 1.8/50

About 10 a.m. every morning, Marimo leaves the cat bed on my desk and goes upstairs to bathe in the sun. An average adult cat has about 300,000-500,000 solar cells scattered over its skin. Cats prefer to charge them to the full capacity each day because they need electricity for a number of purposes, such as sending and receiving signals through the whiskers, lighting up the eyes in the dark, and sharing extra warmth with their kins. Recently, a team of Russian scientists reported that some aged cats, especially when feeling ignored, can produce a short-range electromagnetic pulse (EMP) powerful enough to disrupt any electronic gadg
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