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Everyday actions – Praga
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Image by Andrea Costa Inventive
Discover: Nov 21, 2009 #118

Info photo: Vista dalla torre dell’orologio del municipio (città vecchia)

Retouching and paint: Tilt shift
Postprocessing RAW: Virance and levels

(However the weather was not the ideal with an ambient light quite poor)

L’Orologio Astronomico di Praga o Prague Orloj, in ceco Staroměstský Orloj (Orologio della città vecchia) è un orologio astronomico medioevale situato nella città di Praga, capitale della Repubblica Ceca. L’orologio è montato sul lato sud del municipio della Città Vecchia, nella Piazza della Città Vecchia ed è una delle più importanti attrazioni turistiche della città.
Il meccanismo è composto da tre elementi principali: il quadrante astronomico, sul quale, oltre all’ora, sono rappresentate le posizioni in cielo del Sole e della Luna, insieme ad altre informazioni astronomiche il &quotCorteo degli Apostoli&quot, un meccanismo che, allo scoccare di ogni ora, mette in movimento delle figure rappresentanti i 12 Apostoli e un quadrante inferiore composto da 12 medaglioni raffiguranti i mesi dell’anno.

Il calendario posto al di sotto dell’orologio astronomico è stato aggiunto nel 1870 ed è una copia del dipinto del pittore boemo Josef Manes. È formato da dodici medaglioni raffiguranti scene di vita rurali associate ai dodici mesi dell’anno, i personaggi ai lati del calendario raffigurano le principali materia dell’epoca: il primo sapiente in fondo a destra che legge il libro simboleggia la filosofia, il secondo sapiente che reca in mano un cannocchiale simboleggia l’astronomia. Mentre a sinistra, la prima figura raffigura un angelo con la spada e scudo,simboleggia la teologia, l’ultimo studioso in fondo a sinistra che esamina la pergamena simboleggia la matematica.
The Prague Astronomical Clock or Prague Orloj (Czech: Pražský orloj [praʒskiː ɔrlɔi]) is a medieval astronomical clock situated in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, at 50°5′13.23″N 14°25′15.30″E. The Orloj is mounted on the southern wall of Old Town City Hall in the Old Town Square and is a well-liked tourist attraction.
The Orloj is composed of 3 primary elements: the astronomical dial, representing the position of the Sun and Moon in the sky and displaying different astronomical specifics &quotThe Walk of the Apostles&quot, a clockwork hourly show of figures of the Apostles and other moving sculptures and a calendar dial with medallions representing the months

The 4 figures flanking the clock are set in motion at the hour, these represent four things that have been despised at the time of the clock’s generating. From left to right in the photographs, the 1st is Vanity, represented by a figure admiring himself in a mirror. Subsequent, a stereotypical Jew holding a bag of gold represents greed or usury. Across the clock stands Death, a skeleton that strikes the time upon the hour. Ultimately, the infidel Turk wears the Turban.
There is also a presentation of statues of the Apostles at the doorways above the clock, with all twelve presented every single hour.

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Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: Air France Concorde
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Quoting Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Concorde, Fox Alpha, Air France:

The 1st supersonic airliner to enter service, the Concorde flew thousands of passengers across the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound for more than 25 years. Developed and built by Aérospatiale of France and the British Aviation Corporation, the graceful Concorde was a beautiful technological achievement that could not overcome serious financial difficulties.

In 1976 Air France and British Airways jointly inaugurated Concorde service to destinations around the globe. Carrying up to one hundred passengers in fantastic comfort, the Concorde catered to 1st class passengers for whom speed was crucial. It could cross the Atlantic in fewer than 4 hours – half the time of a standard jet airliner. Nevertheless its higher operating fees resulted in extremely high fares that restricted the number of passengers who could afford to fly it. These troubles and a shrinking marketplace sooner or later forced the reduction of service till all Concordes have been retired in 2003.

In 1989, Air France signed a letter of agreement to donate a Concorde to the National Air and Space Museum upon the aircraft’s retirement. On June 12, 2003, Air France honored that agreement, donating Concorde F-BVFA to the Museum upon the completion of its last flight. This aircraft was the initial Air France Concorde to open service to Rio de Janeiro, Washington, D.C., and New York and had flown 17,824 hours.

Present of Air France.

Societe Nationale Industrielle Aerospatiale
British Aircraft Corporation

Wingspan: 25.56 m (83 ft 10 in)
Length: 61.66 m (202 ft 3 in)
Height: 11.three m (37 ft 1 in)
Weight, empty: 79,265 kg (174,750 lb)
Weight, gross: 181,435 kg (400,000 lb)
Top speed: 2,179 km/h (1350 mph)
Engine: Four Rolls-Royce/SNECMA Olympus 593 Mk 602, 17,259 kg (38,050 lb) thrust every
Manufacturer: Société Nationale Industrielle Aérospatiale, Paris, France, and British Aircraft Corporation, London, United Kingdom

Physical Description:
Aircaft Serial Number: 205. Like four (four) engines, bearing respectively the serial number: CBE066, CBE062, CBE086 and CBE085.
Also included, aircraft plaque: &quotAIR FRANCE Lorsque viendra le jour d’exposer Concorde dans un musee, la Smithsonian Institution a dores et deja choisi, pour le Musee de l’Air et de l’Espace de Washington, un appariel portant le couleurs d’Air France.&quot

Pinup Stefanina Great Guys Del Mar Nationals – Sunday13
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“THE BLACK WIDOW” Builders: Wally Olson (1952), Bill Scott (1954) and Richard Riddell (2005) The garage locate of the century! How lengthy have you been hot rodding vehicles–because the 1950’s? Many of us got began in the 50’s and 60’s. (For you genuine old birds out there that don’t forget hot rodding “T” roadsters with Roto-Faze ignitions, Ruxtell 2-speed rear axles, Riley 2-port heads and Laurel lowering kits, nicely what can we say you are a generation ahead of us and we take our hats off to you ‘original’ hot rodders.) BUT for all of us “The Black Widow” is a critical piece of 1950’s hot rodding annals and a benchmark for the industry! In an report in Hot Rod Deluxe, July 2008 entitled, “Tangled Web” the full-story of Richard Riddell’s quest to restore the original Black Widow had its public debut. Hot Rod Deluxe reported the car’s winning the 2008 Grand National Roadster Show which was a dream come true, taking “Best Early Altered T Roadster”. (See also Rod and Custom, June 2008.) It was also a contender for the Bruce Meyer award at the ‘Grand Nats.’ Why do guys like Richard Riddell (and the rest of us) commit years (3400 hours in Richard’s case) restoring a vehicle we located in a barn? Answer: ‘For the adore of the sport!’ All of us don’t forget some other cars with equivalent names, for instance the ‘Black Widow’ Monogram model car (“1/24 scale model/Ford ‘T’ Pickup Rod/removable top” by Mattel high quality hobby kits). Also, we remember General Motors/Chevrolet coming out in 1957 with their 1st racing version Chevy named “The Black Widow.” But predating each of these historic vehicles is the “The Black Widow” built by Wally Olson to assist maintain his kids out of problems in 1952 and very first débuted in Hot Rod magazine, September 1954 in an post entitled, “Lil’ Beau T”, which study, “Wally Olson, Fresno, California, automotive machinist, is the lucky owner and builder. Duane Taylor was named in for the body function.” It added as to why he constructed the auto, “What with so a lot existing upheaval in the teen-age ranks, Wally figured that a positive-fire way to eliminate these free-time, practically nothing-to-do troubles would be to interest them (his 9 and 12 year old sons) in a rod. So far the notion has worked like a charm.” In time the household moved on to other projects and Bill Scott bought the vehicle and redid it with fenders, headlights and all the stuff to make it ‘street legal’—as we utilised to call it! The first documentation of the automobile getting called “Black Widow” is identified in the magazine Rodding and Re-styling, August 1957 situation. That article reported Bill Scott’s adjustments to Wally Olson’s car, “The front end was revised to incorporate a tubular axle and tube shocks. The new owners also equipped the auto with a new energy plant. The original mill is a ’41 Merc bored out .one hundred inch more than stock, ported and relieved…includes 8.five-to-1 Offenhauser heads, a Weber full-race cam, and an Evans 3-caberator manifold.” [Note: The many engines that were housed in this auto later varied see final Merc develop information below.] Don’t you really like the sound of that “ported and relieved” and “full-race cam”—when’s the last time you used these terms? By the time the 1959 Hot Rod Annual was published the auto-title stuck for all time “The Black Widow.” Riddell’s two-Year Renovation! According to lengthy time race vehicle builder Richard Riddell’s log he states, “Sometime in 1955 Wally sold his roadster to Bill Scott. Bill once again named on Duane Taylor to turn the vehicle into a bonified street rod. With the additional of windshield, head lights, tail lings, and fenders it was finally capable to jump into his little Hot Rod and go crusin’. The pin stripping was completed by none other than Dean Jefferies with the familiar cobweb and spider on the turtle deck.” He reports that the car’s first win was “…a five foot trophy at the Sacramento AutoRama in 1957 for ‘Best Roadster’. Yes, Bill’s automobile was having the time of its life getting 1 of the best looking early California street roadsters of all time.” Richard states, “Bill Scott died about 1987…for several years the automobile languished…getting worse and worse…as is so usually the case for old Hot Rods.” The garage uncover in 2005 notes, “At a glance the roadster didn’t look that bad.” But the Naugahyde and carpet have been shot, fenders, original wheels and hub caps to name a few difficulties for the yet to start restoration. Riddell notes, “Under a somewhat decent body and paint job lurked a mess that went beyond your worst nightmare.” He adds, “I started wondering how I could salvage this little beauty in the rough. Not that many individuals have restored an old Hot Rod but, those who have know what I’m talking about. It’s significantly tougher than constructing a rod from scratch. But the roadster was begging to be restored and I’m glad that I was chosen to do it.”and#9472Richard died shortly after finishing the project but happily he was able to see “The Black Widow” win the ‘Grand Nats’ and have a feature center-spread post in Hot Rod Deluxe. Right here are a handful of of the Riddell-engineered refinements to this original automobile. and#61692 Recessed pockets had to be constructed in the frame rails to accept the front motor mounts which double as water pumps. and#61692 New front radius rods were constructed out of heavy wall chrome-moly tubing. The original ones have been so poorly made that they were unsafe. and#61692 The appropriate master cylinder banjo fitting was not available so, he fabricated a new a single from scratch. and#61692 The tooling mandral had to be CNC machined to facilitate metal spinning new brass tail pipe finish bells. Hey would you agree? Hot rodding is an art type and some Hot Rod Artists have mastered the craft and Richard Riddell is one particular of them!!! Reconstruction points of interest: and#61656 Original steel body and doors welded shut and#61656 ‘42 Merc 274 c.i flathead (present engine) and#61656 ’39 Lincoln-Zephyr tranny and#61656 ’34 Ford rear with Halibrand quick-modify center and enclosed drive shaft and#61656 ’39 Ford hydraulic brakes all about and wide “5” 16-iunch wheels and caps and#61656 ’37 Ford tube axle and#61656 Engine by RPM Machine and#61656 Chrome by Ace Plating and#61656 Frame done by Capps Powder Coat and#61656 Physique/paint by Showtime Customs and#61656 Upholstery by Brents Why is the car becoming sold? To quote his wife Pat, “Unfortunately, Richard passed away on March 18, 2008 and will not get to take pleasure in seeing the new owner drive away with a piece of automotive history.” Richard’s loyal wife Pat grew up about racing because she was 9 years old. Her maiden name was Rodriguez. If you grew up at Lion’s Dragstrip, as she did, you might don’t forget her father’s rail? He and his brother ran an old leading alky rail beneath the name “Rodriguez Brothers”. Pat stated, ‘As I was expanding up I frequently wondered how I would ever meet somebody to marry, because all that our family ever did was go to the drags. Then a single day Richard came along and met me at the Winternationals.’ Well the rest is history. For Pat following Richard’s death there are just also several memories attached to all the memorabilia, race vehicles and hot rods in their storage—she would like to sell “The Black Widow” to some deserving hot rodder. Terms of sale: 5,000.00. Please speak to Don Burdge at DreamRodLocator or call him at 619.804.8033. You should get in touch with me before Leno does! We have hundreds of further images and numerous 50’s and present magazine articles available to seriously interested purchasers.

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