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Still life / Natura morta / Bodegón (naturaleza muerta)
Het plein is genoemd naar het voor Maastricht belangrijke jaar 1992, toen in het Gouvernementsgebouw het Verdrag betreffende de Europese Unie werd ondertekend, waarmee onder andere de komst van de euro als eenheidsmunt in een aantal Europese landen werd besloten. In de bestrating van het plein zijn bronzen tegels opgenomen met afwisselend het €-teken en het jaartal
The square is named after the important year for Maastricht in 1992, when the Treaty on European Union was signed in the Government Building, which, among other things, concluded the arrival of the euro as a single currency in a number of European countries. Bronze tiles are included in the pavement of the square, alternating between the € sign and the year
Joal-Fadiouth è un piccolo villaggio di pescatori dall’aspetto incredibile: è completamente ricoperto di conchiglie. E’ diviso in due parti: Joal sulla costa, mentre Fadiouth è la parte sull’isola, collegata da un ponte di legno lungo 400 metri.
Tutta l’isola è ricoperta di conchiglie accumulatesi per millenni formando strati che oggi arrivano ad avere uno spessore da otto a undici metri. Ci si cammina sopra come fosse ghiaia e anche le case sono fatte di conchiglie compresse e fango.
Un luogo davvero unico in cui si trova un cimitero speciale e pieno di fascino, dove tra le tombe, sempre in un mare di conchiglie bianche, spuntano enormi baobab e piccoli arbusti mentre l’isola è circondata dalle mangrovie.
E’ l’unico cimitero in Senegal dove sono sepolti insieme cristiani e musulmani.
(da Diapositiva del 1992)
Shot at approximately 162 mm (35 mm equivalent). Shot in RAW format; edited in and converted to JPG in Adobe Lightroom.
"Üffes", mein täglich genutzter Peugeot 205 1.6l automatic, Bj. 1992.
Shot at approximately 52mm (35mm equivalent) with a 4X digital zoom (208mm if it were optical).
Shot at approximately 130 mm (35 mm equivalent). Shot in JPG format and edited in Adobe Lightroom.
Shot at approximately 62 mm (35 mm equivalent). Shot in RAW format. Edited (and converted to JPEG format) in Adobe Lightroom Classic.
Shot at approximately 64 mm (35 mm equivalent). Shot in RAW format. Edited (and converted to JPEG format) in Adobe Lightroom Classic.
My big brother took this photo of me in 1992.
Two storey home - Arviat, Nunavut.
When my skin color was brown!
Olympus OM-2 SP
35mm single lens reflex
Scanned to hard drive, uploaded to Flickr.
Shot at approximately 162 mm (35 mm equivalent). Shot in RAW format. Edited (and converted to JPEG format) in Adobe Lightroom Classic.
Shot at approximately 235 mm (35 mm equivalent). Shot in RAW format; edited in and converted to JPG in Adobe Lightroom.
Spring 1992... I loved this dress. I still have it, actually. This was around graduation from high school. And I was 17.
I should shake this girl and tell her to live it up! The things I would do now, if I were her age! Maybe it's good that I'm not...
1992 Porsche 911 turbo.
Registered in July 2018.
Previously registered K866 JNV.
Tidy diesel P100 with 74,000 miles at the last MOT and covering a tiny annual mileage
In 1992, we spent Christmas in Cairns. There was a cyclone off the coast, so quite cool and a fair bit of rain. So the famous Barron Falls seen from the Kuranda Railway was spectacular.
A few more scanned prints of photos taken in the early 1990s.
Very tastefully customized. Without any stupid aftermarket lights or bumpers. This is probably an original Koral, from early 90s. Mainly due to the fact the car has Koral dash. Black absolutely suits the Yugo, and makes it very elegant and desirable. Wheels are also interesting, but aren't my cup of tea. The Yugo probably has 1.3 engine.
75,000 miles at the last MOT and a better history than it's appearance suggests.
EDSA at Ortigas, flyover under construction. Taken on Kodak Gold film on 4 Jan 1992.
Another Japanese rarity here, though IMO less interesting. This generation of Starlet was made between 1989 and 1995, and to be honest it looked really modern for that period. I thought initially it was made between like 1992 and 1999. This one here is in excellent condition. Love the color definitely, as it's really striking. Interestingly, I spotted exactly the same Starlet later in Greece.
I have got a shot of this previously, but it was good to see it being used at this grotty time of year.
Shot at approximately 61mm (35mm equivalent). Shot in RAW format; edited in and converted to JPG in Adobe Lightroom.
Well here it is folks, my newest addition to the fleet. I guess it was too easy to figure out what was under the tarpaulin.
About four weeks ago I put an ad on CL for a couple of different cars that I was looking for. One ad was for a Volvo 240 wagon and the other was for a Nissan D21 Hardbody. I had six replies on the Volvo ad and zero on the Nissan ad.
One reply was from a guy up in Kelowna. The only reply with a Volvo that wasn't white or grey. Or a asking price of 10k. Since I hadn't been to Kelowna for a few years, I decided to go on a road trip and spend the night there and then go look at the wagon. During the worst heat wave we have ever had!
Maybe I'm insane for going on a four hour drive in a heat wave. Maybe I'm insane for buying a 30 year old station wagon. Or maybe I'm totally sane and this is just normal.
Anyway, I decided I wanted the car but I didn't want to drive it on the Coquihalla in 43c heat. (It was 49c in Ashcroft - 231 kms north-west from Kelowna) The seller then said him and his wife were planning on visiting the coast. So they said they'd trailer it for me. Holy crap, who does that?!
Fast forward two weeks and they had dropped off the car about an hour outside of town. The deal was done and I was a happy owner of another Volvo 240. But this time, a wagon!
I had never owned or even driven a wagon before. But I have to say, it isn't much different from the 244 I used to have.
The car of subject is a 1992(built July of 1991) Volvo 245 in metallic blue with only 280,301 kms when I bought it. (A lot less than my other 240) I've already put on a couple hundred in just a few days of ownership. (I picked it up on the 10th of July)
I'm already having a blast with this new tank. I plan on tinkering with it even more than I did with my previous 240.
The downside is now I have three cars so that means the Cimarron has to go.
Someone is already coming to look at it.
Seen in Horley, Surrey. One of the last carburettor engined Sierras.
✓ Taxed -Tax due: 1 March 2022
✓ MOT Expires: 15 July 2021
Vehicle make FORD
Date of first registration 29 May 1992
Year of manufacture 1992
Cylinder capacity 1769 cc
Fuel type PETROL
Export marker No
Vehicle status Taxed
Vehicle colour WHITE
Number of previous owners: 3
Current owner since Aug 2007
Mileage at last MOT: 125,693*
Mileage since previous MOT: 4,886
* Could be 225,693 etc.
1992 Mercedes 300TD.
Registered as a 300TE.
Supplied by Caffyns (Mercedes).
Miraumont (F) 04-05-1992
SNCF TGV 97 "Corbeil-Essonnes"
R 522 Lyon-Perrache - Lille
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