Thursday, August 30, 2007

Some more amazing smoke photography.
Click on the images to see the larger size of photographs

Source: http://www.lumendipity.com/smoke/

If you want to have some more information on how smoke photography works check the link below. Some fantastic photos



Lumendipity photography Blog: Smoke Photography & Stardust

Lunar Eclipse
Below are the pictures of lunar eclipse that occurred on Raksha bandhan day.
It wasnt visible from India but was visible at a number of places around the earth.


The moon glows red during a lunar eclipse in skies over Vancouver, British Columbia August 28, 2007. A total lunar eclipse was observed Tuesday throughout the Western Hemisphere and parts of Asia.

The Earth's shadow is cast on the moon during a lunar eclipse in San Jose, Costa Rica August 28, 2007

The moon is partially engulfed in the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse as viewed through a telescope from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, August 28, 2007

The Earth's shadow is cast on the moon during a lunar eclipse in Los Angeles August 28, 2007. This is the second total lunar eclipse of 2007

The moon is engulfed in the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse during the early hours over the village of Nicolas Romero, August 28, 2007. Normally lit by reflected sunlight, the moon will enter and emerge from the shadow of the Earth over a period of several hours.

The moon enters into the earth's shadow in eight pictures, L to R, from fully lit to a total lunar eclipse over the village of Nicolas Romero in the early hours of August 28, 2007. Normally lit by reflected sunlight, the moon passed through the shadow of the Earth over a period of several hours.
Pictures taken from Rizhao, East China's Shandong Province on August 28, 2007 show the moon enters into the earth's shadow in four pictures (L-R), from fully lit to a total lunar eclipse. Normally lit by reflected sunlight, the moon passed through the shadow of the Earth over a period of several hours

Source: Reuters via http://www.chinadaily.com.cn

Monday, August 13, 2007

Lateral Thinking


Lateral thinking is a term coined by Edward de Bono. He defines it as a technique of problem solving by approaching problems indirectly at diverse angles instead of concentrating on one approach at length.

Check out your lateral thinking prowess!

The first 4 images are the questions and the last four the answers.

Please do not look at the answers first, these are really good, try it out









Answers











Enjoy and continue lateral thinking

Friday, August 10, 2007

Sort the Pivot table




Often we have pivot table containing data that you would want to sort or take the top 10 records, we knew how to do it in autofilter. Below are the steps in order to do the same in a pivot table.

  1. Create a pivot table to play with




  2. Right Click on any row header and click Field settings




  3. From the window that appears click advance




  4. Select the auto sort options and pick the field and you are done.




  5. Click ok on all the windows to see the result






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