I visited the lake district with my partner, and like I guess is stereotypical for the UK, the weather was a little… unsettled. It did make for some nice pictures though. This was taken during the walk from a small carpark (Kettle area south of Keswick) to Lodore Falls. The light was fairly dim under the tree cover, though the sun peaked through the clouds enough to light up this shot.
About 20 minutes walk, jumping through a few puddles (some more like mini lakes) on the way brought us to the bottom of Lodore Falls.
This is only a small section of the falls. It was fairly difficult to photograph due to my lack of a tripod and the low light. Both of these taken…
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A lot of tech geeks have already had a sneaky peak at iOS 6 with Beta’s making the rounds already!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sqy1doZ8L1M – this video gives a good look at how to get iOS 6 Beta without an Apple Dev account.
With iOS being updated to full new builds less frequently than Android, the list of new features and modifications is pretty substantial and impressive !
As well as obviously being the OS that will run on the new IPhone, due to Apples better handle on the update process, the IPad 2/3 and IPhone 3GS/4/4S and the 4th Gen IPod Touch will all benefit too.
Taking this into account first and foremost, the IPad HD/3 is getting Siri !
Siri has also had some major upgrade work…
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The Indian peafowl or Blue peafowl (Pavo cristatus) is a large and brightly coloured bird of the pheasant family native to South Asia, but introduced and semi-feral in many other parts of the world. The peacock (male) is predominantly blue with a fan-like crest of spatula-tipped wire-like feathers and is best known for the long train made up of elongated upper-tail covert feathers which bear colourful eyespots. These stiff and elongated feathers are raised into a fan and quivered in a display during courtship. The female lacks the train, has a greenish lower neck and has a duller brown plumage. They are found mainly on the ground in open forest or cultivation where they forage for berries, grains but will also prey on snakes, lizards, and small rodents. Their loud calls make them easy to detect, and in forest areas, often indicate the presence of a predator such as a…
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