MEMPHIS SHADES BATWING FAIRING - MEMPHIS SHADES


Memphis shades batwing fairing - Large bamboo shades



Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing





memphis shades batwing fairing






    memphis
  • An ancient city in Egypt, whose ruins are situated on the Nile River about 10 miles (15 km) south of Cairo. It is the site of the pyramids of Saqqara and Giza and the Sphinx

  • an ancient city of Egypt on the Nile (south of Cairo)

  • A river port on the Mississippi River in extreme southwestern Tennessee; pop. 650,100. Founded in 1819, it was the home of blues music in the late 19th century and the scene of the assassination of Martin Luther King in 1968. It is also the childhood home and burial place of Elvis Presley

  • Memphis is an album recorded by Roy Orbison for MGM Records. The album was released in November 1972 .

  • largest city of Tennessee; located in southwestern Tennessee on bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River





    batwing
  • (of a garment) Having such sleeves

  • one of a pair of swinging doors (as at the entrance to a western saloon)

  • (of a sleeve) Having a deep armhole and a tight cuff

  • Batwing (James "Jimmy" Santini) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. He is a mutate. His first appearance was in Untold Tales of Spider-Man #2.

  • formed or shaped like a bat's wing; "a dress with batwing sleeves"





    fairing
  • A structure on various parts of an aircraft that produces a smooth outline and reduces drag; A present; originally, one given or purchased at a fair

  • (Fairings) An auxiliary structure or the external surface of a vehicle, such as an aircraft, that serves to reduce drag; the workings?

  • An external metal or plastic structure added to increase streamlining and reduce drag, esp. on a high-performance car, motorcycle, boat, or aircraft

  • A fairing is a structure whose primary function is to produce a smooth outline and reduce drag.Crane, Dale: Dictionary of Aeronautical Terms, Third Edition, page 206. Aviation Supplies & Academics Inc, Newcastle Washington, 1997. ISBN 1-56027-287-2





    shades
  • Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color

  • Screen from direct light

  • Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of

  • (shade) relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"

  • sunglasses: spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun; "he was wearing a pair of mirrored shades"

  • (shade) shadow: cast a shadow over











memphis shades batwing fairing - Memphis Shades




Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing MEM7011


Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing MEM7011



Feature clean aerodynamic shape; fairing body is 36 1/2 wide and 17 tall, (excluding windshield and wind deflectors)
Inner fairing structure is black textured ABS
Fairing outer shell is opaque black Lucite with a class A finish that looks great as is, or can easily be painted
Memphis Shades exclusive No-Tool Trigger-Lock mount kits feature a detach system that allows you to quickly and easily remove or install your fairing
Trigger-Lock kits are a combination of CNC machined, black E-coated aluminum plates, gray polymer bushings and glass filled nylon latches for a clean appearance thats built to last
Fairing is predrilled and fitted with push-out hole plugs for easy deflector installation
Windshields are available in three heights and seven translucent colors; see next page
Optional solid color wind deflectors for increased downward flow, windshield tri-pouch for additional storage and fairing trims for additional decoration are also available
NOTE: Batwing Fairing is not compatible with any other fairing windshields, wind deflectors, or accessories.
WHAT TO ORDER
1. BATWING FAIRING
2. TRIGGER-LOCK MOUNT KIT SPECIFIC TO BIKE MODEL PN# 2320-0045
3. WINDSHIELD OF YOUR PREFERENCE; HEIGHT AND COLOR

This Item Fits the Following Applications:
2009 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
2009 Harley Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic
2009 Harley Davidson FLHR Road King
2008 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
2008 Harley Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic
2008 Harley Davidson FLHR Road King
2007 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
2007 Harley Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic
2007 Harley Davidson FLHR Road King
2006 Harley Davidson FLHRI Road King
2006 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
2006 Harley Davidson FLHR Road King
2005 Harley Davidson FLHRI Road King
2005 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
2005 Harley Davidson FLHR Road King










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New bike and old bike




New bike and old bike





Old bike: 2007 Yamaha Virago 250

New bike: 2007 Yamaha V-Star 1300 with extras:
- Cobra Power Pro HP 2-into-1 exhaust
- Cobra fi2000 r02 fuel processor
- Thunder Manufacturing teardrop air cleaner and adapter kit
- Pacific Coast Star " potato chip" seat
- Pacific Coast Star floorboard relocation bracket kit
- Memphis Shades batwing fairing
- Yamaha factory hard bags











Memphis, the capital of ancient Egypt




Memphis, the capital of ancient Egypt





Memphis, the capital of ancient Egypt. Was the biggest settlement in the world four milleniums ago. Now, a pale shadow of its old self.









memphis shades batwing fairing








memphis shades batwing fairing




Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing 9" Windshield - 9"/Gradient Black






Memphis Shades Batwing Fairing 9" Windshield Aerodynamic shape with an inner structure constructed of black textured ABS and outer structure of opaque black Lucite with a finish that can be painted but is designed to look great as is
Fairing is predrilled and fitted with push-out hole plugs for easy deflector installation
Windshields are available in three heights and seven translucent colors
5 in. windshields are solid translucent while 7 in. and 9 in. windshields are gradient translucent
Note Batwing Fairing is not compatible with any other fairing windshields, wind deflectors, or accessories Note For Softail models listed with already installed Memphis Fats or Slims windshield can use their windshield hardware to mount a Batwing Fairing, or purchase a plate-only kit black and switch back-and-forth from Fats or Slims windshield to Batwing Fairing.










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METAL SHUTTERS FOR WINDOWS. METAL SHUTTERS


Metal Shutters For Windows. Canopy Crib Bedding Sets. 20 X 12 Canopy.



Metal Shutters For Windows





metal shutters for windows






    shutters
  • (shutter) close with shutters; "We shuttered the window to keep the house cool"

  • (shutter) a mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure

  • Close the shutters of (a window or building)

  • Close (a business)

  • (shutter) a hinged blind for a window





    windows
  • (window) a transparent opening in a vehicle that allow vision out of the sides or back; usually is capable of being opened

  • (window) a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air

  • A computer operating system with a graphical user interface

  • (trademark) an operating system with a graphical user interface





    metal
  • Gold and silver (as tinctures in blazoning)

  • metallic: containing or made of or resembling or characteristic of a metal; "a metallic compound"; "metallic luster"; "the strange metallic note of the meadow lark, suggesting the clash of vibrant blades"- Ambrose Bierce

  • A solid material that is typically hard, shiny, malleable, fusible, and ductile, with good electrical and thermal conductivity (e.g., iron, gold, silver, copper, and aluminum, and alloys such as brass and steel)

  • metallic element: any of several chemical elements that are usually shiny solids that conduct heat or electricity and can be formed into sheets etc.

  • cover with metal

  • Broken stone for use in making roads











Synagogue for the Arts (Civic Center Synagogue)




Synagogue for the Arts (Civic Center Synagogue)





Tribeca, Manhattan, New York City, United States of America

Date: 1965-67 [NB 59-1965]
Architect: William N. Breger
Owner: Civic Center Synagogue
Type: Synagogue

Style: Neo-Expressionist
Method of Construction: masonry structure [fireproof] Number of stories: 2

Summary

This synagogue, approximately fifty feet wide and 100 feet deep, is located near the middle of the block between Church Street and Broadway. It was constructed in 1965-67 for the Civic Center Synagogue, and was designed by William N. Breger. The neo-Expressionist style of the structure is clearly exhibited in its undulating surface and bold, geometric form. Faced in marble tile, the structure stands two stories high and accommodates not only a synagogue, but meeting rooms, offices, a social hall, and a kitchen. The curved upper part of the structure is supported by a comparatively small tripartite base — brick piers at the sides and a central entrance of metal and glass. The synagogue is recessed from the sidewalk and separated from it by an iron fence. The concrete plaza displays metal sculptures, and a bronze menorah is hung on the western wall of the base. The synagogue replaced a stone-faced store and loft building which was used by textile firms.

-- Description of the District---

The Tribeca East Historic District, which encompasses 197 buildings and four undeveloped lots, is located in the area bounded roughly by Canal Street on the north, Worth Street on the south, and Broadway and Cortlandt Alley on the east. Church Street forms much of the western boundary of the district, although blockfronts along Franklin and White Streets extend the district to West Broadway. The district extends east of Broadway, between Franklin and Canal Streets, to include buildings on the east side of Cortlandt Alley. While many of the district's cast-iron and masonry commercial buildings were erected beginning at mid-nineteenth century and continuing into the early twentieth century, when the dry goods district was located in this area, later buildings in the district — office buildings and banks — also served the textile trade.

The Tribeca East Historic District takes its name from the acronym TriBeCa, for Triangle Below Canal Street. Coined in the mid-1970s as the result of City Planning studies and the adoption of a Special Lower Manhattan Mixed Use District, the Tribeca name came to be applied to the area south of Canal Street, between Broadway and West Street, extending south to Vesey Street, which is larger than the zoning district. The Tribeca East Historic District has a distinct and special character within the larger Tribeca area defined by its many blockfronts of ornate store and loft buildings which reflect the district's role as the center for dry goods and related businesses in New York City.

During the decades after textile mills were established in New England with its abundant sources of water power, American textile markets began to flourish in New York City and other northern urban centers, where dry goods importers, general merchants, and wholesalers were concentrated. As New York City developed as the country's major port and trading center, a dry goods district sprang up on Pearl Street near the East River docks. After the disastrous fire of 1835, these merchants were scattered to various locations around Pearl Street, in proximity to the South Street seaport. As commercial shipping interests switched to longer ships and steam boats, it was found that these vessels could not easily navigate the East River, and new piers on the deeper Hudson River prospered. Beginning in the 1850s, the dry goods merchants relocated to the area north and west of Broadway and Chambers Street, allowing competitors to be in close contact with each other and closer to the Hudson River piers, and offering buyers the convenience of a central marketplace. That area of the city was transformed into a new commercial center after the A.T. Stewart Store, the fashionable "Marble Palace" which housed the first American department store, was built in 1845-46 on the east side of Broadway between Chambers and Reade Streets. During the early 1850s the first stories of many earlier residences were converted to commercial use, and some two dozen new store and loft buildings were constructed by the decade's end. By the end of the 1860s, the area of the district had been thoroughly transformed by the rapidly-growing textile trade, which continued to construct store and loft buildings during the next two decades to meet its needs.

The initial residential character of the area is recalled by No. 2 White Street (a designated New York City Landmark), which was built around 1808-09, most likely as a dwelling with a shop at the ground floor. Residences continued to be constructed in the area throughout the 1830s. Three in particular, within the boundaries of the district, retain their historic character — No. 35 Walker Street (c.1800), No. 74 Franklin Street (











messing around




messing around





My messing around shots are taken when i'm bored, not able to shoot outdoors (varying reasons), and I just need my shutter 'fix' for the day.

So here's a shot of some of the things hanging on the wall in the furnace/laundry room. We recently painted the walls in the house, hence, the painter's tape, brushes, and paint stick.

And that's a MasterCraft hammer.

The light was fairly low in this room at the time I shot this -- so the brightness was bumped up a bit. I'm also using the new tripod and ball-head more, so that's been pretty good so far. Manfrotto really does make a good product. My only caveat thus far with the 190xprob legs are the lever type leg tighteners -- I'm thinking I would prefer the twist-tightener type.









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NIKON D90 REMOTE SHUTTER RELEASE : REMOTE SHUTTER RELEASE


NIKON D90 REMOTE SHUTTER RELEASE : COLEMAN GEOSPORT CANOPY.



Nikon D90 Remote Shutter Release





nikon d90 remote shutter release






    shutter release
  • The button on a camera that is pressed to make the shutter open

  • The mechanism, usually a button on the top of the camera, that activates the shutter to expose the film.

  • The button you press to take the picture. Often half pressing the Shutter Release activates the autofocus, auto exposure and vibration reduction, and a full press is required to actually take the picture.





    nikon d90
  • The Nikon D90 is a 12.3 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera model announced by Nikon on August 27, 2008. It is a prosumer model that replaces the Nikon D80, fitting between the company's entry-level and professional DSLR models. Nikon gives the D90's Estimated Selling Price in the U.S.





    remote
  • (of a place) Far away; distant

  • distant: located far away spatially; "distant lands"; "remote stars"

  • (of a place) Situated far from the main centers of population in a country

  • remote control: a device that can be used to control a machine or apparatus from a distance; "he lost the remote for his TV"

  • (of an electronic device) Operating or operated by means of radio or infrared signals

  • outside: very unlikely; "an outside chance"; "a remote possibility"; "a remote contingency"











nikon d90 remote shutter release - Nikon MC-DC2




Nikon MC-DC2 Wired Remote Shutter Release Cord + Nikon Clean Kit for D90, D310, D5000, D5100 & D7000 Digital SLR Cameras


Nikon MC-DC2 Wired Remote Shutter Release Cord + Nikon Clean Kit for D90, D310, D5000, D5100 & D7000 Digital SLR Cameras



Kit includes:
¦ 1) Nikon MC-DC2 Remote Shutter Release Cord
¦ 2) Nikon 3-Piece Lens Cleaning Kit
¦ 3) Precision Design Deluxe Hurricane Blower
The Nikon MC-DC2 Remote Cord operates the camera remotely when taking photographs at close range and in other situations in which the slightest camera movement would produce bluring. Locking the shutter-release button in hold will give you long time-exposures (Bulb) and unlocked for burst photography.
The Nikon Lens Cleaner Kit contains everything you need to keep your lenses, optical equipment and other gear fresh and clean. Includes 1 fl. oz. Spray Bottle of Liquid Lens Cleaner, Pack of 3 Moist Lens Cleaning Cloths and a Microfiber Cleaning Cloth.
The Precision Design Deluxe Hurricane Blower is very powerful and easy to use cleaning system. The super air stream blows off dust particles, even those attracted by static electricity, without any physical contact. It works great when used on digital camera sensors, lenses, telescopes, computer keyboards, microscopes, communications equipment, musical instruments and much more.










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Day 28 Oishi Break Time




Day 28 Oishi Break Time





Lookin over photos with my nikkor, oishi, and steve jobs shirt on.


special thanks to Mvillacarillo for the help with lighting this project


Strobist info-

Nikon D700 actuated by remote shutter release

Sb900 on the left with a Gary Fong Lightsphere top to diffuse the light.

SB600 on the right with a topless gary fong Lightshpere Cloud.

both on TTL through NIkon CLS.











shutter release remote




shutter release remote





i want. i do not own. i became frustrated this eve as i attempted different shots, but ran out of patience without having a remote shutter release button :/ did i tell you i was a brat? well, i am.

:)









nikon d90 remote shutter release







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ORANGE DRAPERY PANELS - DRAPERY PANELS


Orange drapery panels - King canopy frame.



Orange Drapery Panels





orange drapery panels






    drapery
  • cloth gracefully draped and arranged in loose folds

  • Cloth coverings hanging in loose folds

  • curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)

  • The artistic arrangement of clothing in sculpture or painting

  • Drapery is a general word referring to cloths or textiles (Old French drap, from Late Latin drappus ). It may refer to cloth used for decorative purposes - such as around windows - or to the trade of retailing cloth, originally mostly for clothing, formerly conducted by drapers.

  • Long curtains of heavy fabric





    orange
  • any citrus tree bearing oranges

  • A round juicy citrus fruit with a tough bright reddish-yellow rind

  • of the color between red and yellow; similar to the color of a ripe orange

  • A drink made from or flavored with orange

  • The leathery-leaved evergreen tree that bears this fruit, native to warm regions of south and Southeast Asia. Oranges are a major commercial crop in many warm regions of the world

  • round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees





    panels
  • A thin, typically rectangular piece of wood or glass forming or set into the surface of a door, wall, or ceiling

  • (panel) sheet that forms a distinct (usually flat and rectangular) section or component of something

  • (panel) empanel: select from a list; "empanel prospective jurors"

  • A thin piece of metal forming part of the outer shell of a vehicle

  • A flat board on which instruments or controls are fixed

  • (panel) decorate with panels; "panel the walls with wood"











(Former) Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company




(Former) Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company





Downtown Brooklyn

The Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company, built in 1929-30, is a masterful example of the series of tall structures issuing from architect Ralph Walker’s long and productive association with the communications industry.

Walker was a prominent New York architect whose expressive tall buildings, prolific writings and professional leadership made him one of the foremost representatives of his field during his long life. In this dramatically-massed, orange brick skyscraper, Walker illustrates his exceptional ability to apply the Art Deco style to a large office tower. Its abstract, metal ornament on the ground story display windows and the main entrance on Bridge Street, suggests constant movement, and is typical of the art of late 1920s.

The structure is faced with multiple sizes of brick, laid in a variety of patterns and planes to create a rich facade design. Horizontal panels of patterned brick enhance each setback leading to the central tower. At the same time, the verticality of the structure is emphasised by narrow sections of facade that soar upward, above others, and by the way the brick is laid to create undulating vertical planes suggestive of draperies. Through his series of telephone company buildings, many of Walker=s design ideas evolved so that here he achieved a tremendous sense of harmony and refinement in his use of brick and metalwork, as well as in the overall massing.

The location of this large, important structure in downtown Brooklyn emphasized the commitment of New York Telephone Company to the growth and advancement of the most modern telephone service to the expanding area of Brooklyn and Long Island. In this Long Island Headquarters Building Walker was able to apply the Art Deco style and create a skyscraper which met the technological needs of the client and the demands of the New York City Building Code.

The Long Island Headquarters Building was constructed to provide central offices for the growing telephone service needs of Brooklyn and Long Island. Twenty-seven stories tall, with its long side facing Bridge Street, this building replaced twelve smaller buildings on the site. Its existence allowed the consolidation to one location of approximately 3,500 employees from a variety of other offices.

Walker used many of the same ideas on this building that he had employed on other telephone company buildings, but here there is a greater refinement and harmony due to his earlier design experiences. The narrow tower rising from a broad base was a similar arrangement to the other structures, reflecting the requirements of the recent zoning law. In this Brooklyn building, Walker was able to make the transition from broad to narrow in a particularly well-integrated manner, by allowing parts of some sections to continue to rise while others stepped back. Although symmetrical, the setbacks appear to be more irregular and the eye is led up the facade without any strong breaks.

The primary ornamentation on this building comes from the manner in which the bricks are laid. The sense of vertical movement created by the setbacks is reinforced by the masterful bricklaying in the central section of the two main facades. The brick is placed to create varied planes in an undulating effect, as if it were folds of cloth, reflecting Walker=s sense of the wall as a curtain enclosing the steel structure. This three dimensional appearance adds variety and interest to the central parts of the facades, while emphasizing the vertical, as it continues through the numerous setbacks. Beyond the center sections, the smaller bricks used to face the rest of the ground story are set in a stacked, header bond so that their square ends face the front.

The slight variation of colors here and the small-scale patterns enhance the texture of the facade. This is further emphasized by the distinctive brick course at each sill and lintel level which is a composed of rectangular header bricks, and which circumscribe the side sections of the building horizontally. Further virtuosity in the brickwork is seen at the parapets which mark each setback and in the areas surrounding the secondary entrances.

The entrances are framed by stepped brickwork with intertwined horizontal and vertical projections, again suggesting woven material, in further homage to the German Expressionists. Each parapet is distinguished by a variety of projecting horizontal and vertical shapes as well, but here they appear less intertwined. The shadows produced by the projections and the irregular top edges, which are finished with cast stone caps, provide a distinctive finish for the setback sections.

As Walker’s ability to fully exploit his primary material evolved, he made a more limited use of other materials. On this building only the ground story windows and the main entrance on Bridge Street are enhanced by metal open-work screens. The abstract ornament that frames each window has an effect of li











(Former) Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company




(Former) Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company





Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn

The Long Island Headquarters of the New York Telephone Company, built in 1929-30, is a masterful example of the series of tall structures issuing from architect Ralph Walker’s long and productive association with the communications industry.

Walker was a prominent New York architect whose expressive tall buildings, prolific writings and professional leadership made him one of the foremost representatives of his field during his long life. In this dramatically-massed, orange brick skyscraper, Walker illustrates his exceptional ability to apply the Art Deco style to a large office tower. Its abstract, metal ornament on the ground story display windows and the main entrance on Bridge Street, suggests constant movement, and is typical of the art of late 1920s.

The structure is faced with multiple sizes of brick, laid in a variety of patterns and planes to create a rich facade design. Horizontal panels of patterned brick enhance each setback leading to the central tower. At the same time, the verticality of the structure is emphasised by narrow sections of facade that soar upward, above others, and by the way the brick is laid to create undulating vertical planes suggestive of draperies. Through his series of telephone company buildings, many of Walker=s design ideas evolved so that here he achieved a tremendous sense of harmony and refinement in his use of brick and metalwork, as well as in the overall massing.

The location of this large, important structure in downtown Brooklyn emphasized the commitment of New York Telephone Company to the growth and advancement of the most modern telephone service to the expanding area of Brooklyn and Long Island. In this Long Island Headquarters Building Walker was able to apply the Art Deco style and create a skyscraper which met the technological needs of the client and the demands of the New York City Building Code.

The Long Island Headquarters Building was constructed to provide central offices for the growing telephone service needs of Brooklyn and Long Island. Twenty-seven stories tall, with its long side facing Bridge Street, this building replaced twelve smaller buildings on the site. Its existence allowed the consolidation to one location of approximately 3,500 employees from a variety of other offices.

Walker used many of the same ideas on this building that he had employed on other telephone company buildings, but here there is a greater refinement and harmony due to his earlier design experiences. The narrow tower rising from a broad base was a similar arrangement to the other structures, reflecting the requirements of the recent zoning law. In this Brooklyn building, Walker was able to make the transition from broad to narrow in a particularly well-integrated manner, by allowing parts of some sections to continue to rise while others stepped back. Although symmetrical, the setbacks appear to be more irregular and the eye is led up the facade without any strong breaks.

The primary ornamentation on this building comes from the manner in which the bricks are laid. The sense of vertical movement created by the setbacks is reinforced by the masterful bricklaying in the central section of the two main facades. The brick is placed to create varied planes in an undulating effect, as if it were folds of cloth, reflecting Walker=s sense of the wall as a curtain enclosing the steel structure. This three dimensional appearance adds variety and interest to the central parts of the facades, while emphasizing the vertical, as it continues through the numerous setbacks. Beyond the center sections, the smaller bricks used to face the rest of the ground story are set in a stacked, header bond so that their square ends face the front.

The slight variation of colors here and the small-scale patterns enhance the texture of the facade. This is further emphasized by the distinctive brick course at each sill and lintel level which is a composed of rectangular header bricks, and which circumscribe the side sections of the building horizontally. Further virtuosity in the brickwork is seen at the parapets which mark each setback and in the areas surrounding the secondary entrances.

The entrances are framed by stepped brickwork with intertwined horizontal and vertical projections, again suggesting woven material, in further homage to the German Expressionists. Each parapet is distinguished by a variety of projecting horizontal and vertical shapes as well, but here they appear less intertwined. The shadows produced by the projections and the irregular top edges, which are finished with cast stone caps, provide a distinctive finish for the setback sections.

As Walker’s ability to fully exploit his primary material evolved, he made a more limited use of other materials. On this building only the ground story windows and the main entrance on Bridge Street are enhanced by metal open-work screens. The abstract ornament that frames each window









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ROLLING WINDOW SHADES - WINDOW SHADES


Rolling Window Shades - Install Window Shutters - Lamp Shade Covering.



Rolling Window Shades





rolling window shades






    window shades
  • (window shade) an opaque window blind that can cover or uncover a window

  • (Window Shading) Any device for reducing unwanted heat gain from a window.

  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.





    rolling
  • Moving by turning over and over on an axis

  • (of land) Extending in gentle undulations

  • Done or happening in a steady and continuous way

  • rolled: uttered with a trill; "she used rolling r's as in Spanish"

  • the act of robbing a helpless person; "he was charged with rolling drunks in the park"

  • peal: a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)











rolling window shades - Rolling




Rolling


Rolling



Deep into the night, raves are drawing crowds of thousands as people look to lose their mind in the music through Ecstasy which has become a lifestyle. Take a ride on this trip with a diverse group of rollers including a teacher, a lawyer, a high school senior and more as they search for their next thrill. This entertaining roller coaster-like experience captures ...the giddy highs and crushing lows... (New York Times) of the Ecstasy culture, while exposing the delicate balance of its users relationships and responsibilities as they chase this dangerous euphoria known as Rolling!










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Four Seazons Windows Ferndale




Four Seazons Windows Ferndale





"Pressure-Sealed Horizontal Rolling Aluminum Windows...ALL-TEMP Sealed Insulated Glass...Controlled Indirect Ventilation---Sun Controlled by THERMO-SHADE, Inc. Beautiful in Design, Ultimate in Utility, Economical in Upkeep. You are invited to visit the display at our factory salesroom. 1561 E. Eight Mile Road, Ferndale (Detroit 20), Michigan"











Shades Of Green




Shades Of Green





Some shots from my recent flight from Portland International to Washington Dulles, 75% of the flight was with clear skies, other than a little haze, and the clouds only started rolling in for the last hour or so of the flight.









rolling window shades








rolling window shades




Joseph Joseph ROLL0100CB Adjustable Rolling Pin with 6 Removable Discs






Joseph Joseph is ever conscious of the space restrictions imposed by modern urban living. They are the masters of form and function. The adjustable Rolling Pin will take the guess work out of preparing pizza and pie bases, lasagna sheets and filo pastry. The rolling pin has three sets of removable discs which raise the rolling pin to the required thickness of 1/16-inch, 1/4-inch and 3/8-inch off the work surface. This clever devise will ensure that the pastry or dough is rolled to an even thickness throughout. Also etched into the wood is a pastry width measurement guide. Pin made of beech and measures 16-1/2-inch long and 2-1/2-inch diameter.










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