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L O N D O N G U R U S Creative | Passionate | Inspired Guru : @lakudavies Selection : @ Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is Anonymous Discovery #LondonGuru or @London_Gurus Team Guru : @j_r_photography @libertyrainheart @chrisjdalton @sarahlaurenphotos Community #thisislondon #london #igerslondon #visitlondon #londonlife #timeoutlondon #lovelondon #london_only #travel #toplondonphoto #uk #prettycitylondon #london4all #prettylittlelondon #londoner #londoncity #england #ilovelondon #shutup_london #wanderlust #thelondonlifeinc #photography #photooftheday #beautifuldestinations #londoncalling #londontown #passionpassport #instagood #unitedkingdom



Disco 

When you dance,

Disco When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It's to enjoy each step along the way - Wayne Dyer This is was from a shooting session I had the other night with @6stops. Thank god he had the idea for this angle, otherwise I wouldn't have got any bangers that night Remember, if you want to win my HN hunt and get a shoutout: 1. Screenshot my post 2. Add the screenshot to your story - don't forget to tag me within the story, and to circle the HN that you find Good luck! _________________________________________________ #shutup_london #uk_shooters #mycanon #london4all #LDN4ALL_LondonBigTicket_Aquarium #london_enthusiast #metropolis_london #trappingtones #shotzdelight #depthobsessed #theimaged #moodyeurasia #exploretocreate #gramuniverse #heatercentral #agameoftones #agameof10k #visualsoflife #createexplore #handshakesnhugz #lifewl #mightydreamers #createandcapture #vzcomood #ldnvisionaries #londonvisionaries #londonguru #londoniloveyou #canon_photos #traverselondon

Featured Artist: @aa.visi

Featured Artist: @aa.vision -------------------------------- LensHype is a new feature hub, we want to create a community of photographers to share their work and connect. Were global, with a focus on London -------------------------------- Tag: #lenshype to get featured -------------------------------- Were looking for early collaborations, DM us! -------------------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - #shutup_london #thisislondon #mydarlinglondon #toplondonphoto #london_anthusiast #wunderlustlondon #storyoflondon #london4all #london_city_photo #visitbritain #2instagood #justgoshoot #citygrammers #peoplescreatives #igbest_shotz #londonsbest #wonderlustlondon #visualsoflife #humlondon #shotzdelight #london_gurus #lookuplondon #londonvisionaries #unlimitedlondon #londoncalling #photooftheday #londonsbest #thisislondon #Londondisclosure

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In the United States, modern house-construction techniques include light-frame construction (in areas with access to supplies of wood) and adobe or sometimes rammed-earth construction (in arid regions with scarce wood-resources). Some areas use brick almost exclusively, and quarried stone has long provided walling. To some extent, aluminum and steel have displaced some traditional building materials. Increasingly popular alternative construction materials include insulating concrete forms (foam forms filled with concrete), structural insulated panels (foam panels faced with oriented strand board or fiber cement), and light-gauge steel framing and heavy-gauge steel framing. More generally, people often build houses out of the nearest available material, and often tradition or culture govern construction-materials, so whole towns, areas, counties or even states/countries may be built out of one main type of material. For example, a large fraction of American houses use wood, while most British and many European houses utilize stone or brick or mud. In the 1900s (decade), some house designers started using prefabrication. Sears, Roebuck & Co. first marketed their Sears Catalog Homes to the general public in 1908. Prefab techniques became popular after World War II. First small inside rooms framing, then later, whole walls were prefabricated and carried to the construction site. The original impetus was to use the labor force inside a shelter during inclement weather. More recently builders have begun to collaborate with structural engineers who use computers and finite element analysis to design prefabricated steel-framed homes with known resistance to high wind-loads and seismic forces. These newer products provide labor savings, more consistent quality, and possibly accelerated construction processes. Lesser-used construction methods have gained (or regained) popularity in recent years. Though not in wide use, these methods frequently appeal to homeowners who may become actively involved in the construction process. They include: Cannabrick construction Cordwood construction Geodesic domes Straw-bale construction Wattle and daub Timber framing Framing (construction)

Java applets are usually written in Java, but other languages such as Jython, JRuby, Pascal, Scala, or Eiffel (via SmartEiffel) may be used as well. Java applets run at very fast speeds and, until 2011, they were many times faster than JavaScript. Unlike JavaScript, Java applets had access to 3D hardware acceleration, making them well-suited for non-trivial, computation-intensive visualizations. As browsers have gained support for hardware-accelerated graphics thanks to the canvas technology (or specifically WebGL in the case of 3D graphics), as well as just-in-time compiled JavaScript, the speed difference has become less noticeable. Since Java bytecode is cross-platform (or platform independent), Java applets can be executed by browsers (or other clients) for many platforms, including Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD, Unix, macOS and Linux. Java applet technology has been marked for deprecation.

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