Saturday, May 23, 2015

Cool Animals Photos images

A few nice animals photos images I found:


Ueno Zoo
animals photos
Image by kanegen


Ueno Zoo
animals photos
Image by kanegen

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Cool Exotic Animals images

A few nice exotic animals images I found:


Hedrick Exotic Animal Farm Bed and Breakfast
exotic animals
Image by TravelKS


Hedrick Exotic Animal Farm Bed and Breakfast
exotic animals
Image by TravelKS

Cool Animal Shelter images

A few nice animal shelter images I found:


Available at the Gordon County Animal Shelter. 706.629.3327.
animal shelter
Image by zane.hollingsworth
GCAS
Available Animals currently at the shelter
---------Shooting Data--------------
Date:September,13,2012
Time:12:24:02:PM
Camera:NIKON D7000
Lens:200
Lens(35mm eq.):300
ISO:250
SS:1/250 @ f/5.6


Available at the Gordon County Animal Shelter. 706.629.3327
animal shelter
Image by zane.hollingsworth
GCAS
Available Animals currently at the shelter
---------Shooting Data--------------
Date:September,10,2012
Time:12:35:08:PM
Camera:NIKON D7000
Lens:95
Lens(35mm eq.):142
ISO:400
SS:1/160 @ f/5.3


Available at the Gordon County Animal Shelter. 706.629.3327
animal shelter
Image by zane.hollingsworth
GCAS
Available Animals currently at the shelter
---------Shooting Data--------------
Date:September,6,2012
Time:03:01:46:PM
Camera:NIKON D7000
Lens:52
Lens(35mm eq.):78
ISO:400
SS:1/400 @ f/4.8

Monday, May 18, 2015

Cool Animals images

Some cool animals images:



Animal locomotion. Plate 295
animals
Image by Boston Public Library
BPLDC no.: 08_11_000496

Title: Animal locomotion. Plate 295

Volume: Vol. VII. : Males and Females (draped) and Miscellaneous Subjects.

Creator: Muybridge, Eadweard, 1830-1904

Copyright Date: 1887

Extent: 1 photomechanical print : collotype

Genre: Collotypes; Motion study photographs; Book illustrations

Description: Lawn tennis

Subject: Women; Tennis; Human locomotion

Notes: Plate in: Animal locomotion : an electro-photographic investigation of consecutive phases of animal movements, 1872-1885 / By Eadweard Muybridge. Philadelphia : University of Pennylvania, 1887, v. 7; Plate descriptions from: Animal locomotion : an electro-photographic investigation of consecutive phases of animal movements : prospectus and catalogue of plates / by Eadweard Muybridge. Philadelphia : Printed by J.B. Lippincott Company, 1887.

BPL Department: Rare Books Department

Nice Animal Control photos

A few nice animal control images I found:



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animal control
Image by labanex
We adopted new members to our family, a cat and a dog. They have to be fixed so we will not be able to pick them up until Friday, but they are ours now.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Nice Animal Control photos

A few nice animal control images I found:




Fire Truck control panel
animal control
Image by greyhound dad

Cool Animal Movie images

Some cool animal movie images:



The Making of Harry Potter 29-05-2012
animal movie
Image by Karen Roe
The Great Hall
These are the actual main doors to the Great Hall, surrounded with stone statues and carvings. Walking through into the Great Hall we are told that we were now walking on the actual stone floor used in the films and seeing the actual tables where the actors ate their feasts. Dummies down each side of the hall wear the actual house costumes that were used in the films: Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, Gryffindor and Slytherin and not forgetting Moaning Myrtle. At the far end of the hall is the teachers table area, with more amazing costumes worn by Professors Dumbledore, Snape, McGonagall, Moody, Trelawney and Flitwick as well as Hagrid and Filch. Each of the Great Hall torch holders is a carving of one of the four house animals.

The House Point Counter
Though it was rarely seen on screen, prop makers are especially proud of the house point counter, which contains thousands of glass beads.


The Owl Podium
The podium used by Professor Dumbledore is covered in real gold and years of melted wax.

People the world-over have been enchanted by the Harry Potter films for nearly a decade. The wonderful special effects and amazing creatures have made this iconic series beloved to both young and old - and now, for the first time, the doors are going to be opened for everyone at the studio where it first began. You'll have the chance to go behind-the-scenes and see many things the camera never showed. From breathtakingly detailed sets to stunning costumes, props and animatronics, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London provides a unique showcase of the extraordinary British artistry, technology and talent that went into making the most successful film series of all time. Secrets will be revealed.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London provides an amazing new opportunity to explore the magic of the Harry Potter films - the most successful film series of all time. This unique walking tour takes you behind-the-scenes and showcases a huge array of beautiful sets, costumes and props. It also reveals some closely guarded secrets, including facts about the special effects and animatronics that made these films so hugely popular all over the world.

Here are just some of the things you can expect to see and do:
- Step inside and discover the actual Great Hall.
- Explore Dumbledore’s office and discover never-before-seen treasures.
- Step onto the famous cobbles of Diagon Alley, featuring the shop fronts of Ollivanders wand shop, Flourish and Blotts, the Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes, Gringotts Wizarding Bank and Eeylops Owl Emporium.
- See iconic props from the films, including Harry’s Nimbus 2000 and Hagrid’s motorcycle.
- Learn how creatures were brought to life with green screen effects, animatronics and life-sized models.
- Rediscover other memorable sets from the film series, including the Gryffindor common room, the boys’ dormitory, Hagrid’s hut, Potion’s classroom and Professor Umbridge’s office at the Ministry of Magic.

Located just 20 miles from the heart of London at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, the very place where it all began and where all eight of the Harry Potter films were brought to life. The Studio Tour is accessible to everyone and promises to be a truly memorable experience - whether you’re an avid Harry Potter fan, an all-round movie buff or you just want to try something that’s a little bit different.

The tour is estimated to take approximately three hours (I was in there for 5 hours!), however, as the tour is mostly self guided, you are free to explore the attraction at your own pace. During this time you will be able to see many of the best-loved sets and exhibits from the films. Unique and precious items from the films will also be on display, alongside some exciting hands-on interactive exhibits that will make you feel like you’re actually there.

The magic also continues in the Gift Shop, which is full of exciting souvenirs and official merchandise, designed to create an everlasting memory of your day at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.

Hogwarts Castle Model - Get a 360 degree view of the incredible, hand sculpted 1:24 scale construction that features within the Studio Tour. The Hogwarts castle model is the jewel of the Art Department having been built for the first film, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. It took 86 artists and crew members to construct the first version which was then rebuilt and altered many times over for the next seven films. The work was so extensive that if one was to add all the man hours that have gone into building and reworking the model, it would come to over 74 years. The model was used for aerial photography, and was digitally scanned for CGI scenes.

The model, which sits at nearly 50 feet in diameter, has over 2,500 fibre optic lights that simulate lanterns and torches and even gave the illusion of students passing through hallways in the films. To show off the lighting to full effect a day-to-night cycle will take place every four minutes so you can experience its full beauty.

An amazing amount of detail went into the making of the model: all the doors are hinged, real plants are used for landscaping and miniature birds are housed in the Owlery. To make the model appear even more realistic, artists rebuilt miniature versions of the courtyards from Alnwick Castle and Durham Cathedral, where scenes from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone were shot.