Kev's Log:  "Inside Passages"

Log Gallery Slideshow
22-Nov-12

...pete's GH sunset ...

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22-Nov-12

The eye is an organ that detects light and coverts it into electro-chemical impulses.
It regulates light intensity, focuses thru an assembly of lenses to form an image,
converts the image into a set of electrical signals and transmits these signal to the brain...
then.....

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9-Nov-12

... in and out ...

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27-Oct-12

Fee Waybill ... The Tubes
Soiled Dove Underground
http://www.thetubes.com

- photo, kevin scofield -

21-Oct-12

Swarms Over Rome
A flock of starlings over the city of Rome, coming into roost for the evening.
The swarms begin arriving in Rome between October and February and come here from all over Europe.
Millions of birds.
Captured this just after sunset from our balcony... 

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18-Oct-12

Saturnia Thermal Springs
Commune di Manciano, It
Another great find for us today on the backroads of Tuscany region.....
Much like my hippie days (but a lot warmer, (100 degrees or so), and a lot more fat guys wearing Speedo's!) 
Saturnia magical hot springs, located in a very rural and agricultural setting.
Known since Roman times, fought over during midieval times,
free and open to all locals who know about the spot, no bullshit involved and smiles on all faces...
Building is an ancient grain mill.... 

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17-Oct-12

~ Saturnia Boy ~
GoPro Camera, photo mode
Saturnia hot springs
Commune di Manciano, It

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15-Oct-12

... sunrise ...
San Stefano, Monte Argentario

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14-Oct-12

The Costa Concordia
Isola del Giglio, Italy
On  January 13th, 2012, at 9:45pm, under command of Captain Francesco Shettino,
the Costa Concordia struck a rock in the Tyrrhenian Sea just off the eastern shore of Isola del Giglio.
The 164' gash in her hull caused an immediate flooding of the engine room and resulted in a loss of power to all electrical
and propulsion systems grounding her just 1,640' north of the small village of Giglio Porto.
The Costa Concordia was carrying 3,229 passengers with a crew of 1,023.   
32 people lost their lives as the largest Italian cruise ship ever conceived began filling with sea water
causing her to slowly list to her starboard side on an underwater rock out cropping.
At the vessel's launch in September 2005,
the champagne bottle failed to break, an inauspicious omen in maritime superstition.

- photo, kevin scofield -

14-Oct-12

The small picturesque village of Giglio Porto,
now a buzz with heavy equipment, salvage workers, divers and engineers. 
Salvage and recovery efforts are extensive and ongoing at a cost of 300 million dollars.
The plan is to attempt re-floating her...
The 114,500 ton Concordia will then be towed to a shipyard on Italian mainland coast and cut up for scrap....
The operation is the largest (by weight) maritime salvage ever attempted.

- photo, kevin scofield -

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