Arrsers self taken photo collection.

Is it just me or does the apparently forgotten habit of putting one's hand over one's mouth when yawning grip anyone else's sh1t? Seems to happen everywhere and all the time nowadays.

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They're frightened of swallowing their fucking 'phones.
 

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Got me a new toy today...Panasonic DMC-FS25...OK, getting on 10 years old as a model, but this one in pristine condition. As ever with Lumix, which I really do rate on the versatile pocket job front, a Leica lens, this one 29mm wide angle...zoom 5 x, but I've got a Sony with 20 x, so the 2 together is a nice bit of lightweight kit. 30 Euros......OK, had to get a new memory card...7 and an adaptor for the recharger which is interestingly American format, 3.50...so call it a round 40...not bad I reckon... here's a couple of shots at 12 mp( its max). The building is the Equestrian Club in Diagonal...founded 1856....need to be on the Forbes Rich list to get in. The other ones...why just take the cats for a walk, have lunch as well..... er, no, some downsizing required to get them on here...drat !!!! Right, sorted. You'll no doubt be pleased to note that it isn't always sunny on the Med !!!!
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I have always been curious; has anyone seen a video showing the actual production?


ADDED: Disregard. Found it:
Very interesting and impressive results but some glaring (pun not intended - groan) health and safety issues.
Laser safety eyewear - Fail - Polished stone can reflect invisible IR laser beam. However unlikely it is still a risk as the beam is invisible and very powerful.
Ear protection - Fail - That machine is not quiet - long term use might affect hearing.
Sputter / debris protection - Fail - There should be some form of screen to protect from flying debris

https://www.ehs.washington.edu/system/files/resources/laser-cutter-safety.pdf
 
Very interesting and impressive results but some glaring (pun not intended - groan) health and safety issues.
Laser safety eyewear - Fail - Polished stone can reflect invisible IR laser beam. However unlikely it is still a risk as the beam is invisible and very powerful.
Ear protection - Fail - That machine is not quiet - long term use might affect hearing.
Sputter / debris protection - Fail - There should be some form of screen to protect from flying debris

https://www.ehs.washington.edu/system/files/resources/laser-cutter-safety.pdf
Don't come round my gaff when I'm sorting my scrap metal out, you'll have a fucking coronary.
 

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Here's an interesting one...a few weeks ago when the weather started to turn I realised a new coat might be in order, so slithgered off to a charity shop I like, and hey presto, got a tidy one- thinsulate detachable lining as warm as hot toast, serious nylon anti-weather exterior...should have been 33 Euros, brand spanking as well, but it was one of their random 40% off days so got it for 19 something....but the rub: here's the label...seems like Norwegian police or sommat. How the feck did that end up in a charity shop in Barcelona???
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