xoxoxoBruce Friday Mar 25 11:55 PM
Mar 26th, 2016: Blast from the Past Through a Pinhole
The University of Wisconsin - Madison, posted this years winners of the "Cool Science Images" competition.
Looking them over, one stuck me at familiar...
Reading the caption confirmed it...
Hey, been there, done that, and got the T-shirt.
Back in January of 2005, the beloved foot-foot-foot lured us into the seamy world of clandestine pin-hole spy photography.
Where Garrett Frankson used photo sensitive paper, we used real film and sent the cans to 3foot for processing and
transferring to microdots for shipping to Exalted Fearless Leader.
Then in 2008 the much missed ZenGum showed us solargraphy.
Remember, boys and girls, there's more excitement through pin-holes than just a picture of mommy and daddy wrestling.
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Mar 26 07:36 AM
I'll be damned, Astronomy Picture of the day is copying us.
Probably the NSA tipped them off.
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