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Macarons in Nice

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After seeing the "historic GP" last saturday I could not resist and searched for the 1966 movie "Grand Prix".

It turns out it was filmed in CINERAMA (three strips of film on a very large, curved screen) – something that can now only be seen in seattle, thanks to Paul Allen… (more info here)


So the above is the Montecarlo lap, in glorious wide-screen format.

However it is lacking the scene that scared me so much at age six, which I've found here, at the end of this video…enjoy.
 
Finally, the original THREE STRIP trailer:

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Rescue on the way!

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Hi Beach

Last week I took   a picture of the beautiful "HI BEACH" just in front of home.


Here it is (was)…


but yesterday the big wave came:

…and here it is now, photos taken just two hours ago:

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Non posso resistere, "devo" postare questo video del corso di "Karaoke English" :

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When Impossible finally delivered their integral instant film, some 38 years after Dr. Land did



 they knew how unstable and "care-needing" their film was.

They re-invented Polaroid film, by buying out an entire former Polaroid factory that was about to be dismanteled. 
They hired some chemical geniuses, and re-created the integral instant film: So now we have PX, the "first flush" of reborn instant photography. But this is an old, young film and care is needed.


So, as I stated before, the instructions calls for protecting the blue image from the sun rays as soons as it is ejected, and placing it close to the heart, to make it feel we love it.

And this is exactly what Anto did today in Montecarlo, for the Historical grand Prix:


And the result….yes, you have to Love them.

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