DUST FILTER FABRIC - DUST FILTER
Dust Filter Fabric - Aqua One Canister Filter Cf 1000 - Building A Pond Filter.
Dust Filter Fabric
- A polypropylene textile used to keep soil separate from water. Comes in many different forms and is used for constructing roads, lining ponds, and in many erosion control projects.
- A form of erosion control, whereby fabric is "wrapped around" the timber abutment in order to prevent soil loss. This fabric allows for water to freely pass through while not allowing soil loss. This is used on all YBC timber abutments.
- A middle layer of green roof construction, above the drainage layer and below the green roof medium. Its purpose is to filter small particles and prevent the drainage layer from clogging.
- debris: the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
- Fine, dry powder consisting of tiny particles of earth or waste matter lying on the ground or on surfaces or carried in the air
- Any material in the form of tiny particles
- A fine powder
- fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air; "the furniture was covered with dust"
USA Gear DuraNeoprene dSLR FlexArmor Camera Cover
Offering scratch, dust, lens, LCD, and low-impact bump protection, the DuraNeoprene FlexArmor dSLR Cover is a convenient, quick-release case solution for your digital SLR camera. It's great for outdoor shooting when you don't want to carry a large cumbersome case. When all you need is your body, lens, battery and memory card, this case is the perfect solution. If you are traveling and want to pack light, the DuraNeoprene FlexArmor offers great protection inside a bag with alol of your other travel items. You can feel safe about putting your dSLR camera in your suitcase without a large case to protect it.
The DuraNeoprene FlexArmor also works great as a permanent home for your dSLR camera when it's not in use. You will prolong the life and quality of your dSLR camera by protecting it from dust, scratches and low-impact bumps. It's an essential accessory for any dSLR camera owner.
It's FLEXIBLE, form-fitting design allows it to work with many models and brands listed below.
Compatible with:FUJI FILM IS-Pro S5 Pro, IS-1 / S1000FS / S200EXR / S6500fd / S9000 / S9600 /S9100
Glorious Inland Empire
I took this photo early this morning during my balloon flight in Temecula. I think the sky and photo and conditions were totally spectacular; I'm so thrilled I captured this, Thanks for all your comments and raves!
I used a polorizing filter and the sun was at the pefect angle both horizontaly and vertically to maximize the polorization (at least that is my theory, seriously) So that has a lot to do with why this turned out so golorious. Also. . .
This was just after a storm so the dust and dirt was all cleared out of the sky, the snow was VERY fresh, we are at the peak of southern CA lushness of vegatation, greenery etc. So all of these things are about what made this photo so vibrant. (The photo was glorious right out of the camera and needed very little processing.)
Also contributing to the making of this photo: I would call it "the glisten factor" (like sparkle, gleam, shine, etc.) Especially because of recent rains, it just got done raining hours before the flight; an average pilot would not push the limit and fly right after a storm.
As a matter of fact, I almost did not get the balloon off the ground this morning, the fabric laid over on a light pole and ripped a little bit at the launch. . . I had 10 paying passengers onboard. . . So we REALLY wanted to fly; other balloons were trying to inflate but they just quit and gave it up.
So hopefully all this description helps explain how I got this photo: It boils down to the fact that. . . unlike the average photographer. . . I am totally willing to do what ever it takes to get the shot. And that is one thing that sets me apart.
Neg Salvaged color Scan Fuji FP 100B
Self Portrait on Fuji FP-100B Negative still attached to the backing with the filter removed via the Chlorine process. the edges lifted from bleach getting under the tape and softening the emulsion (mabey an emulsion lift is possible with bleach?)
Taken with a 50mm Mamiya Sekor Lens #8 Yellow Filter on a Mamiya RB67 Pro S body. I dont consider this art though it is a one of a kind self orchestrated snapshot with a distinctly analog procedure to create, and was deliberately distressed. like with humanity, the imperfections are what makes each image unique, including the scanned dust and fabric tendrils. making a mona lisa grin was the most difficult part.
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