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賴曉恩

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  • 2011-10-14

    也許現實並不像表面你看到的那樣......

J218@Sony

PW Tong

分數:277

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  • 2011-09-20

    VAIO J 系列 數碼家居電腦,機身設計時尚輕巧,其21.5” 1920x1080 全高清 VAIO Display Plus、LED 背光顯示屏,可於睡房內高清YouTube™短片之外,更可以輕鬆觀賞影片,或以特大屏幕享受高清遊戲的樂趣,建立屬於自己的私人娛樂世界。VAIO J 系列 數碼家居電腦,機身設計時尚輕巧,其21.5” 1920x1080 全高清 VAIO Display Plus、LED 背光顯示屏,可於睡房內高清YouTube™短片之外,更可以輕鬆觀賞影片,或以特大屏幕享受高清遊戲的樂趣,建立屬於自己的私人娛樂世界。

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國家地理(National Geographic)@雜誌

Dickson Poon

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  • 2011-09-16

    國家地理2011年8-9月圖片

    1、AUGUST 8, 2011
      Nujood Ali, Yemen
      Photograph by Stephanie Sinclair, National Geographic
      Nujood Ali was ten when she fled her abusive, much older husband and took a taxi to the courthouse in Sanaa, Yemen. The girl's courageous act—and the landmark legal battle that ensued—turned her into an international heroine for women's rights. Now divorced, she is back home with her family and attending school again.

    2、AUGUST 7, 2011
      Peneda-Gerês National Park, Portugal
      Photograph by Peter Essick, National Geographic
      A blend of wilderness and civilization, Portugal's Peneda-Gerês National Park faces a tricky challenge: protecting nature while accommodating people.

    3、AUGUST 6, 2011
      Famine Memorial, Dublin
      Photograph by Jim Richardson, National Geographic
      Relying on a small number of food crops is risky, as Irish farmers discovered when the Lumper potato succumbed to blight, resulting in the great Irish potato famine that began in 1845 (memorialized in Dublin above).

    4、AUGUST 5, 2011
      Buddha in Coal Yard, China
      Photograph by Greg Girard, National Geographic
      A coal yard in northern China comes with a Buddha. Coal reserves could run low in a few decades, making green energy in China a must.

    5、AUGUST 4, 2011
      Sea Stars, British Columbia
      Photograph by Thomas P. Peschak

    6、AUGUST 3, 2011
      Al Kazimiyah Shrine, Baghdad
      Photograph by Lynsey Addario, National Geographic
      Pilgrims visit Al Kazimiyah Shrine, a Shiite holy site relatively unharmed by the years of violence.
      
    7、AUGUST 2, 2011
      Namib Desert Dunes
      Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic
      Over thousands of years winds have sculpted sand in the Namib Desert into some of the world's tallest dunes
        
    8、AUGUST 1, 2011
      Swimmer, Portugal
      Photograph by Peter Essick, National Geographic
      Windowpane clear and bracingly cold, the Homem River and other swimming spots draw thousands of visitors to Peneda-Gerês on summer weekends. The seasonal invasion challenges the park's year-round residents and wildlife.

國家地理(National Geographic)@雜誌

Dickson Poon

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  • 2011-09-16

    國家地理2011年8-9月圖片

    1、AUGUST 20, 2011
      Steller Sea Lions, British Columbia
      Photograph by Thomas P. Peschak
      Since gaining legal protection in the 1970s, Steller sea lions in British Columbian and neighboring waters have tripled in population to about 30,000 during the summer breeding season.

    2、AUGUST 19, 2011
      Morning Fog, Adirondacks
      Photograph by Michael Melford, National Geographic
      Morning fog shrouds the surface of Bear Pond and the valleys below St. Regis Mountain
      
    3、AUGUST 18, 2011
      Festival of Lights, Myanmar
      Photograph by Chien-Chi Chang, National Geographic

    4、AUGUST 17, 2011
      Moviegoers, Baghdad
      Photograph by Lynsey Addario, National Geographic
      Moviegoers at Baghdad's first 4-D cinema get an extra thrill from shaking seats and wind machines during a 3-D sci-fi film. During the worst years of violence, families stayed home to watch TV or DVDs. Most cinemas closed, as did this one, though it has plans to expand and reopen.

    5、AUGUST 16, 2011
      Orphan Elephants, Kenya
      Photograph by Michael Nichols, National Geographic
      What a scared orphan elephant needs more than anything is other elephants. The process of becoming socialized begins as soon as the worst injuries heal.

    6、AUGUST 15, 2011
      Char Dwellers, Bangladesh
      Photograph by Jonas Bendiksen, National Geographic
      When the river floods, the children of Jabed Ali know what to do: Climb the bamboo macha in the front yard and hold on tight. Char dwellers, who inhabit the constantly changing islands, or chars, on the floodplains of Bangladesh's three major rivers, are used to such calamities, which are on the increase.

    7、AUGUST 14, 2011
      Cleopatra Relief, Egypt
      Photograph by George Steinmetz, National Geographic

    8、AUGUST 13, 2011
      Herding Family, Turkey
      Photograph by Vincent J. Musi, National Geographic
      This herding family has been tending livestock in the northern part of the Fertile Crescent for a century.

    9、AUGUST 12, 2011
      Brooklyn Bedroom
      Photograph by Abelardo Morell
      As vivid as a dream, a hypersharp image of the Brooklyn Bridge and lower Manhattan materializes above tousled sheets. To make the surreal picture, Morell essentially put his camera inside a room serving as a camera and kept his shutter open for five hours to expose on film the incoming image. He used a prism to flip the projection right-side up. "View of the Brooklyn Bridge in Bedroom," 2009

    10、AUGUST 11, 2011
      Fishermen, Myanmar
      Photograph by Chien-Chi Chang, National Geographic
      Rowing with their legs to leave their hands free, graceful fishermen on northern Inle Lake in Myanmar (Burma) appeal to tourists wanting to see a land untouched by modernity.

    11、AUGUST 10, 2011
      Kermode Bear in Tree, British Columbia
      Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic
      A mother of two cubs climbs a Pacific crab apple tree to grab its tart and tiny fruit. In years when autumn salmon numbers are low, the bears must find other food, such as wild berries, lupine roots, and mussels.

    12、AUGUST 9, 2011
      Ancient Ruins, Portugal
      Photograph by Peter Essick, National Geographic
      The ruins of an ancient village submerged by the construction of a hydroelectric dam resurface when lake levels are low. The park's man-made attractions range from medieval castles and pilgrimage sites to modern resorts.
      

國家地理(National Geographic)@雜誌

Dickson Poon

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    國家地理2011年8-9月圖片
    1、SEPTEMBER 1, 2011
      Lightning, Utah-Arizona Border
      Photograph by David Rankin, My Shot

    2、AUGUST 31, 2011
      Dawn, Baghdad
      Photograph by Lynsey Addario, National Geographic

    3、AUGUST 30, 2011
      Autumn Landscape, Adirondacks
      Photograph by Michael Melford, National Geographic

    4、AUGUST 29, 2011
      Monk, Bagan
      Photograph by Chien-Chi Chang, National Geographic

    5、AUGUST 28, 2011
      Welsh Pig, Cardiff
      Photograph by Jim Richardson, National Geographic

    6、AUGUST 27, 2011
      Yellow Birch, Adirondacks
      Photograph by Michael Melford, National Geographic

    7、AUGUST 26, 2011
      Tuareg Celebration
      Photograph by Brent Stirton, National Geographic

    8、AUGUST 25, 2011
      Highlining, Yosemite Falls
      Photograph by Jimmy Chin, National Geographic
      "It feels like I'm hovering in space," says Dean Potter, perched on a highline above Yosemite Falls. Gusting winds and blinding mist make it tough to balance on the inch-thick rope 2,600 feet above the valley, but a tether attached to his waist protects him from disaster.

    9、AUGUST 24, 2011
      Neptune Memorial Reef, Florida
      Photograph by David Doubilet, National Geographic
      Tomtate grunts and yellowtail snapper swim through Neptune Memorial Reef, an underwater cemetery with decorative arches and columns installed on the ocean floor off Miami Beach. The cremated remains of about 200 people have been mixed with cement and molded into memorial sculptures.

    10、AUGUST 23, 2011
      Babysitting Langurs, India
      Photograph by Stefano Unterthiner, National Geographic
      Are these the monkeys' mothers? Not always. Langurs often share babysitting duties within a close-knit group of females and their offspring. The young are born with thin dark fur that turns thick and grayish gold after a few months.

    11、AUGUST 22, 2011
      Tuareg, Algeria
      Photograph by Brent Stirton, National Geographic

    12、AUGUST 21, 2011
      Viburnum Leaf
      Photograph by Michael Melford, National Geographic

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