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  1. Lmws214

    Photos of the week

    Photos of the week for all of us to share in this folder. Do share pls. I will start first. A man removes stalks from red chili peppers at a farm in Shertha village on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India.
  2. Bluepica

    Posting photos

    Hi, Trying to search for a sticky question on how to post photo here but couldn’t find . Do I still need to upload my photos to some online storage like photobucket and then cut and paste the link here? Or now can be upload directly to Mcf ? Besides photobucket, what reliable online photo storage are more ppl using? Cos I find that most ppl posting thru photobucket got their photo in MCF cannot load or got other problem.
  3. What are some rare photos of world history? source: https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-rare-photos-of-world-history/answer/Roma-Hudson-1?ch=3&share=59cf9fab&srid=3GYJg 1. In 1988, U.S. President Reagan visited the Soviet Union. Among the crowds in Moscow's Red Square, stood a disguised Soviet agent. Many years later, he became Russian President: Putin. 2. In 1974, a child who first heard a sound with a hearing aid. 3. In 1920, U.S. border inspectors stopped refugees from fleeing to Mexico. 4. On Sweden's first day of changing traffic rules to right in 1967, all drivers were at a loss what to drive. 5. In 1920, a tramp asked King George V of England for money. 6. Slimming machines in the 1930s in the United States. 7. In 1965, 5MB hard disk was removed from Pan Am aircraft. 8. In 1955, a father prepared a surprise for the child. 9. Austrian children receiving new shoes during World War II. 10. One of the earliest photos of the Sphinx in Egypt, taken in 1880. 11. In 1944, 18-year-old Norma Jane Mortensen worked in a California factory. Later, she changed her name to "Marilyn Monroe". 12. In 1979, Obama took photos with other basketball team members at his alma mater. 13. In 1969, Hillary Rodham, who had just graduated from college, changed her name to Hillary Clinton after she got married. 14. 1958: Elvis Presley in the army. 15. In 1944, British distilleries used fighter planes to transport barreled beer to officers and soldiers on the front line. 16. In 1975, Vietnam War Orphans were shipped to Los Angeles. 17. In 1998, Sudan's civil war killed at least 100 people a day. In MSF's camp, the scrawny boy lines up to get his food, but at this moment is snatched by another man, then strides away… 18.In 1932, construction workers rested on steel beams during construction of RCA buildings in New York City. At that time, in the era of the great depression, the unemployment rate was very high, many college students became construction workers, and even six Harvard graduates interviewed for an elevator operator position. 19. Hitchcock served tea for the MGM lion. Yes, the one who often appeared at the beginning of a movie. 20. On June 17, 1991, a small truck fled from the foot of the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines. This is the second largest eruption in the 20th century. 21. Soldiers share bananas with lambs during the war, 1944 22. Tomb of women and husbands of different religions, 1888. 23. French little girl kisses American soldiers on Valentine's day, 1945. 24. In 1992, Michael vs. Michael. Michael Jordan and Michael Jackson. 25. In 1990, Michael Jackson was invited to attend an opening ceremony. The owner who invited him became president of the United States 26 years later. His name is Donald Trump. 26. In 1955, customers at the London record store auditioned for records in a soundproof room. 27. In 1911, the diving suit developed weighed 250 kg, which was the ancestor of diving suit later. 28. In 1994, Bill Gates sat on 330000 pieces of paper with a CD in his hand and told the world: The CD can record more than 330000 pieces of paper. 29. Little girl with penguin in zoo, 1937. 30. Blind women swimming with guide dogs, 1966 31. Black kitten waiting for milk, 1954 32. In 1964, a hotel owner poured sulfuric acid into a swimming pool because he could not tolerate black people swimming in a "clean" pool. 33. The last kiss of World War II soldiers before going to sea. 34. In 1956, Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn were backstage at the Oscars. 35. In September 1960, Chiang Kai Shek, who had always been serious in front of the media, put out his tongue to make a face. 36. Courts of the Qing Dynasty in China. 37. In 1923, the British tested the new bulletproof vest. 38. In 1958, elephants were surfing. 39. Nuns and children dancing. 40. On May 29, 1974, Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai finally shook hands and said goodbye, and Zhou was admitted to the hospital that night. 41. A group photo of Mei Lanfang, a master of art in the East, and Chaplin, a master of art in the West. 42. In the winter of the late Qing Dynasty, Empress Dowager Cixi enjoyed the snow. 43. Pu Yi, the last emperor of China, was being renovated at the Fushun war criminals Management Institute and was sewing his own clothes. 44. Girls on the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan in the 1970s 45. During the cold war, a West Berlin man kicked the East Berlin police 46. The statue of liberty in 1970s 47. Former US President Ford, playing traditional games with Japanese Geisha in Tokyo. 48. A soldiers of the Royal Guard fainted during a review by Queen Elizabeth II. 49. Princess Elizabeth, who served in the army in World War II, later the queen of England. 50. The imperial garden of the Qing Dynasty in the 19th century -- Yuanmingyuan.It will soon be destroyed by the British and French invaders. 51. In 1944, in order to prevent Hitler from running away in disguise, the Allied forces released this set of pictures of "Hitler's possible disguise". 52. Iran, 1960, women in fashion. It's very different from today. 53. In 1960, ruby bridges was the first African American to enter a white primary school in the south of the United States. 54. In 1947, the 23-year-old woman jumped from the 86th floor of the Empire State Building and smashed into the roof of a car on the street. Strangely, she didn't suffer too much shock. Her death was quiet and elegant, just like sleeping. 55. In 1952, the paramount theater in Hollywood, the first color 3D film in history, Bwana devil. 56. It was on April 18, 1955, when Einstein left the office with the table set, he died that night. 57. In the early 1990s, when AIDS was spreading, a father was comforting his dying son in his hospital bed. The photo, published in the November issue of life in 1990, is widely believed to have changed public awareness of AIDS. 58. In Arlington, Texas, in 1991, then President H.W. Bush kicked off for major league baseball. 59. In 1963, Arnold Schwarzenegger was in his first bodybuilding competition when he was just 16 years old. 60. In 1945, after the capture of Berlin, a Soviet soldier held a statue of Hitler. 61. During the first World War, a British photographer shot a trench battle. What was on the night sky was not fireworks, but the light track formed by the mutual firing of mortars. 62. Anthony Biddle, a famous Colonel, is a master of unarmed combat. In this picture, he ordered his trainees to stab him with bayonets, but they never did, because he was able to disarm them by himself. 63. Many people forget the impact of war on nature and human beings. In this photo, a Russian Reindeer is watching as Hurricane fighters bombard a hillside in Murmansk. 64. A group photo of the legendary fighter Ali and the Beatles. 65. This photo was taken by Fortune magazine in 1981 and is being discussed by two technology leaders. What are they talking about? Maybe it's the future of technology. 66. Titanic before sinking, 705th survivor photographed by RMS Carpathia photographer on board. 67. Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook in his dorm when he was a sophomore at Harvard. He looks like he's drunk, and no one knows that the social software will bring him tens of billions of dollars. 68. The picture of 1862 shows for the first time the actual operation of the metro train at edgewell Road Station in London. It is only composed of wooden train carriages. 69. Stalin made funny moves between the documentary. 70. American astronaut Buzz Aldrin may not be the first man to land on the moon, but he is the best self portrait ever taken. Completed the selfie at the first space station in 1966. Although the length of this answer will be too long, I will continue to add some historical photos, you can choose to continue reading~ 71.Dubai 22 years transformation. 72.1912, test football helmets. 73.In 1940, after the London air raid, a young man read in the ruins, the title of the book is "the history of London". Churchill and Rufus were in chatterwell in 1950. 74.On August 23, 1989, two million Lithuanians, latovians and Estonians joined hands to form an adult wall to protest peacefully against Soviet rule. 75. 1981 LEGO ad. 76. In 1965, Hawking married Jane Wilde. 76. In 1885, the statue of Liberty was completed in Paris. 77. In 1961, Fritz, a TV star bulldog. 78. On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. made a speech on "I have a dream". it looked at the Washington Monument from the Lincoln Memorial. 79. The B-29 bomber flew over Mount Fuji. 80. The 14-year-old signed for Manchester United. 81. In the 1960s, London, the classic red double decker bus, the little boy crossing the street and his "mini double decker bus". 82. In November 1963, de Gaulle attended Kennedy's funeral. 83. In 1966, George Lincoln Rockwell, the leader of the US Nazi party, gave a speech in Lafite square near the White House to support the US Army in Vietnam. 84. In 1946, the cemetery of Henry chapel in Belgium, where 7992 American soldiers died in World War II were buried. 85. In 1968, IGBO soldiers in Nigeria's civil war. 86. On May 1, 1919, Lenin gave a speech on International Labor Day in red square. 87. In 1918, in front of Grand Central Station in New York, a pyramid was made of helmets of German soldiers. 88. In 1965, the man skated in New York Central Park. 89. In 1948, the redecorated White House. 90. In 1942, the Ukrainian city of Kerch was slaughtered by the Nazis. 91. In 1972, Americans were in Vietnam. 92. On April 29, 1945, American soldiers found a boxcar full of corpses in DAHAO concentration camp. 93. In 1970, old Truman was in his hometown,independence city. 94. When Nixon visited China in 1972, he was thinking about how to use chopsticks. 95. On September 12, 1953, the Kennedy couple married. 96. In 1957, in Berkshire, Elizabeth II drove by herself, carrying Prince Charles and Princess Anne on the road. 97. In 1960, the Sydney Opera House was under construction. 98. In 1965, the pageos balloon satellite was tested in a airship hangar in North Carolina. It looks like an alien spaceship or a product of the future, with a strong sense of technology. 99. In 1971, the men of the Corleone family.
  4. Nostalgic Singapore Car... Photos... On a local board where some of us gather to talk about old or interesting cars, someone managed to get hold of a scanner and put up these photos from the 90s (Guessing from the time/date-stamps). With cars here having a rather limited lifespan (usually 5-10yrs), it is interesting to see how things have changed in a little over 20 years. Some nice details of an Alfa GTV above, followed by more "modern" 33s below. A Rover sitting next to an E28. And how the local BMW dealership's workshop (Performance Motors) used to look. On initial launch, only 3 of these Mercedes SL's were allocated for the local market. I guess eventually, more made it over. I'm guessing this was the local shop for Mercedes Benzo. Hopefully i can dig up more local old car photos i used to have, will post them up once i find em.
  5. Wishcumstrue

    China 歼-20 first flight new photos 

    Official maiden flight at ChengDu with presence of VIP. Photo taken by armature Chinese aviation enthusista on 11 Jan 2011 outside parameter fence. Auspicious date: 8th day of 12 month on Lunar calender
  6. In the beginning there is only my wife...
  7. Need some help. I has lots of photos and videos of my 6 month old boy. But recently I accidentally deleted all of it.Now I wanted to recover it back. Any ways to do it? The photos and videos all in handphone.using note 3
  8. Hope you MCFers are having a great start for the New Year. So, I will be straightforward and jump right in to my point: I am waiting to get my new car (Mazda CX-3) and as with many car lovers, I am thinking of taking the family to a nice location for the first photoshoot with the car (paiseh ah, I took first-day and last-day photos for all the cars I ever owned). For this baby crossover, I am thinking of somewhere rustic looking, so I want to share this list with you, 14 nice ulu places for photo and kopi: http://thesmartlocal.com/read/road-trip-singapore It's not a full-fledge SUV so I am going to rustic locations and not hardcore off roads. Hahaha! Any other recommendations will be MUCH APPRECIATED. Thanks in advance. Cheers, Benji
  9. therock

    Eclipse time!

    It's time to get your cameras out! An eclipse of the century is due! https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/longest-total-lunar-eclipse-of-the-century-to-occur-on-july-28-morning-in-singapore
  10. 2006 Facelifted New Beetle - First Photos May 23, 2005 source: Volkswagen of America Volkswagen of America, Inc. revealed its
  11. The opening ceremony of the traditional Opera Ball in Vienna.
  12. Lmws214

    Paris Ris Park (photos)

    This morning I went to pasir ris park for cycling with my family. Sharing some photos of the park. photos photos photos photos
  13. recently my company bought 10 digital cameras for our work use. however, all the sets did not come with the USB transfer cable. (mini usb type) so i emailed the manufacturer and a lady called me today. she told me that due to overwhelming feedback from consumers, they no longer ship their digital cameras with the usb cables. and the feedback was that consumers preferred to open up the battery cover and remove the sdcard and then download the pics using their computer or card reader, rather than plugging the usb cable between their computer and camera. so what is your preferred way of d/l your digital camera pics ? i told her that if i were to do that, i will be changing cameras very often as the battery cover will break or come loose more frequent too !
  14. Traffic Police: Keep sending photos, videos of errant road users By TAN TAM MEI There are millions of smartphones in use in Singapore, and the Traffic Police (TP) hopes to harness them to help police the road, said TP Commander Sam Tee yesterday. "(The) TP welcomes the public to send (traffic) violation photographs and videos because it's much more powerful," he said. "If we can harness and crowdsource that... it will go a long way to help us build a more disciplined culture among road users." The Assistant Commissioner of Police (AC) was speaking to reporters at the release of the annual road traffic statistics at TP headquarters in Ubi. AC Tee said the TP receives close to 500 submissions a month of videos, photos and tip-offs regarding traffic violations or errant road users. "We continue to welcome that, and we are also looking into how to make it easier for people to submit information to us... BEING WATCHED "There are a lot of cars with in-vehicle cameras, so it's easy. When you spot someone beating the red light, you can just download it and send it to us via e-feedback," he said. These submissions have played a part in deterrence and making road users more aware that they are being watched by others, he added. The TP has also deployed a new mobile speed camera (MSC) - the first one was installed on Monday at Seletar West Link. The MSC can detect up to 32 vehicles over a reach of five lanes at any time and is able to transmit images to TP headquarters automatically, eliminating the need to reload and retrieve wet-film negatives. It also has its own batteries and can be deployed in just one week, compared to existing fixed speed cameras that take six months to set up. AC Tee said: "To be fair, preceding the cameras we will have warning signs to tell people that there's a speed camera in front, please slow down. "So our idea is not to fine him, but the idea is to deter him from speeding. And if he slows down, he saves his life and saves the lives of others." If we can harness and crowdsource that... it will go a long way to help us build a more disciplined culture among road users. - Traffic Police Commander Sam Tee on public participation http://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore-news/traffic-police-keep-sending-photos-videos-errant-road-users ----- So what are you waiting for? Cash incentive like STOMP? :X
  15. Why does some of my photos uploaded from the iPhone or mac turn out to be -90 degree in the forum?
  16. Looks like SG kids can make great artists in the future. :) Taken from http://www.domainofexperts.com/2015/07/singapore-youth-festival-art-exhibition_13.html http://www.domainofexperts.com/2015/07/singapore-youth-festival-art-exhibition_29.html
  17. Source: http://www.domainofexperts.com/2015/07/good-morning-cher-exhibition-2015.html http://www.domainofexperts.com/2015/07/good-morning-cher-exhibition-2015_11.html http://www.domainofexperts.com/2015/07/good-morning-cher-exhibition-2015_2.html
  18. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-33347866
  19. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2739215/Jennifer-Lawrence-victim-hacker-leaks-slew-graphic-nude-photos-Oscar-winning-actress.html A flaw in the 'Find My iPhone' function of Apple's iCloud service may have helped a hacker to steal nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and '100 other celebrities', it today emerged. The hacker claims he or she broke into stars' iCloud accounts, including those of the Hunger Games actress, Kate Upton and Rihanna, before publishing them on 4chan, the image-sharing forum. A list of the alleged victims of the hack - 101 in total - has also been posted online; most of whom have not seen any photographs leaked by the hacker. A spokesman for Oscar winner Lawrence confirmed to MailOnline the photos of her are genuine. 'This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence,' the emailed statement read. Following the publication of the images of Sunday night, experts have voiced their concerns over how the hacker managed to access them. Now, reports suggest that a specific flaw in the 'Find My iPhone' service may have been to blame. Despite the story breaking last night, Apple is still yet to confirm or deny whether its software was the target of the hacking.
  20. Hiphiphoray

    Digital Photo Storage

    People of MCF........hear me out. How do you guys store your digital photos har ? Portable HD ? DVD ? Desktop only ? Photobucket ? Currently i have them stored half in a desktop and 1/2 in a laptop. No other backupz. Recently, the laptop feels like wana upz lorry liao.....so im worried and want to transfer them out. To where is the best ? And how many backup should be sufficient ? Got a few thousand photos lor.......so file quite big!
  21. Happen to click on one of the advert link below. Then saw in the advert, they use what looks like accident photos. I censored the screenshot that will ID the advertiser.
  22. This is probably one of the more important head to head comparisons for this year as two of our mid-size sedan favourites come together for another round of battle. With sedans being Singaporeans' favourite body style, we decide which is the better car to own. With only 3bhp separating both of them, you would expect both to have similar performance. This was not the case as the Altis felt slightly livelier and has a better appetite for revs. However, the Mazda3 has a smoother powerplant and when paired with the responsive six-speed automatic, it still offers decent pace for most. While CVT gearboxes are known to 'slip' when asked to accelerate hard, the Altis's new Super CVT-i gearbox minimises the effect with good results. When it comes to the twisties, the Mazda3 is the clear victor with a nicely judged ride and a direct steering. The Altis fights back with better insulation when it comes to cruising at highway speeds. While not as agile as the Mazda3, the Altis is in a totally different league as compared to its predecessor, which had too cushy a ride. Inside, the Mazda3 scores again with its better fit and finish. Its impressive equipment, like for example, the Active Driving Display, the MZD Connect touchscreen system and its Commander Control knob elevates it into a higher class. However, the Altis still triumphs in terms of overall space. So which one is the better car? Read our full review to find out.
  23. Singaporeans have always loved their sedans. Look at the amount of Mercedes-Benz and Toyota sedans on our roads if you aren't convinced. Not to be outdone, Audi introduced their A3 sedan with its 122bhp 1.4 TFSI engine. While its power output is nothing to shout about, it goes about providing the A3 sedan with plenty of low end torque (200Nm of it from 1,400rpm) to make merging into highways a stress-free experience. I personally felt the engine performed at its best if driven sedately. Revving the engine to its redline revealed slight breathlessness as with most turbo engines. . While the rest of my colleagues drove it pretty hard when we had the car, I tried a short eco-friendly run from the west to the central of singapore and I registered a similar 17km/L reading when we road tested the A3 Sportback. Riding softer than its hatch sibling, the sedan settles into a nice cruise at highway speeds. While the steering is not the best of its kind, it provides enough feedback to the driver and weighs well. Inside, it is business as usual for Audi with probably the best cabin in its class. Cabin space is decent but sitting three at the back might be slightly uncomfortable for long drives up North. We think the A3 would do well here with its handsome, crisp silhouette and a proper trunk. Seems like the Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class just got itself a pretty decent rival!
  24. really look like 古惑仔 movie [sweatdrop]
  25. anyone kenah b4 ? my colleague paid almost $4k for his wedding shoot ( whole day, incl. gown) however, last week when he collected his photos, he was told that the pics for his tea ceremony was not able to be processed. so what recourse can he seek from the photoshoot company ?