Just What the Doctor Ordered...


posted on 3rd of november, 2009

We (the general public) have the perception that these are troubled times in the world of medicine. The world always faces some dire conditions, and yet there always seems to be a new log for the fire. The added threat of H1N1 pandemic seems to be what keeps medicine an open topic at present, but let's face it... the struggle of health and wellness goes on with or without primetime coverage. I commend healthcare professionals everywhere for their fine work.




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Posted by Whit722 on November 06, 2009
I hope that you make a very quick recovery. Nice portfolio, by the way.
Posted by Kenneystudios on November 04, 2009
I am all about lovin' the doctors! I caught H1N1 this week. Modern medicine kept it from turning into something worse, and believe me, I got it pretty bad! Hail to healthcare!
Posted by Whit722 on November 04, 2009
@smartview27 - Thank you for commenting! I appreciate it.

@Wildmac... great thoughts. I agree with pandemics (and other disasters) being the natural order of things. Just as much as I believe that our doctors and healers are the physical manifestation of our most basic instinct... self preservation. Use of our intelligence and the advancement of medicine is just our particular species' way of battling extinction. It may give us the unfair advantage, but in a way, it probably seems unfair to us that far simpler organisms can go dormant and reanimate. Of course, I wasn't really trying to get terribly existential... :)

I was thinking more along the lines of, "their quest continues whether the news covers it or not."

Cheers to you as well, my friend.



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High Tech Crime


posted on 8th of november, 2009

With a cursory glance into crime, investigation, and/or security/privacy, I see it's exceedingly easy to find a picture of a security camera. Come to think of it, the whole topic is covered from wildly abstract to completely cliche. The fun for me has been picking out a handful of images that excite. Ones that raise and eyebrow. Check them out. Add your own in the comments, and designers... do these fine contributors the honor of a download. You'll make their day.

Thanks so much.





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Posted by Whit722 on November 10, 2009
I'm glad to share. I thought it was interesting, and I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Posted by Wildmac on November 09, 2009
These are great! Cheers :0)
Posted by Marilyngould on November 09, 2009
Fabulous ideas and photos!



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Craftsmanship


posted on 11th of november, 2009

My brother is pretty handy when it comes to computers, networking, and stuff of that nature. However, when he sets foot into my workshop, I feel that it's necessary to count his fingers on the way out, just to make sure he hasn't left anything behind. When he comes to visit, we'll almost invariably set up the cameras and strobes down in my workshop.

Here are some images from a session or two.





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Posted by Drizzle on November 13, 2009
Great shots, keep up the Good work

Regards
Vin

Bridging Loans
Posted by Wildmac on November 12, 2009
Great shots! What sort of things do you make? My husband makes wooden toys as a hobby but his workshop doesn't look as well laid out as yours. :0)
Posted by Davewhitney on November 12, 2009
I had a great hand model! Ha! Thanks...



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