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bunjywunjy: somnolenttt: bunjywunjy: earthstory: The difference between a good photograph and a National Geographic photograph is often just a slight shift in perspective. Sometimes a ladder is really inexpensive tool (less so in my case, since I had to fly it to the remote Indian Ocean atoll of Aldabra) to obtain a different point of view. This proved to be the case on assignment for @natgeo in Seychelles a few years ago, when the ladder helped me create the opening image for this story. I have posted that particular photograph before, but I will post it again tomorrow for reference. Aldabra has the highest concentration of blacktip reef sharks I have ever experienced. The sheer abundance of sharks there is completely out of this world. At low tide they congregate in a small lagoon on a reef flat where a brisk current bathes them in cooler well oxygenated water. They avoid the deeper water off the reef edge where bigger sharks may prey on them.Time lapse video by my assistant and talented videographer @ottowhitehead thomaspeschak “HEY! HEY HUMAN, HEY! TAKE OUR PICTURE TAKE OUR PICTURE!!!!” Heres the photo he took while on the ladder SO MANY GOOD BOYS : bunjywunjy: somnolenttt: bunjywunjy: earthstory: The difference between a good photograph and a National Geographic photograph is often just a slight shift in perspective. Sometimes a ladder is really inexpensive tool (less so in my case, since I had to fly it to the remote Indian Ocean atoll of Aldabra) to obtain a different point of view. This proved to be the case on assignment for @natgeo in Seychelles a few years ago, when the ladder helped me create the opening image for this story. I have posted that particular photograph before, but I will post it again tomorrow for reference. Aldabra has the highest concentration of blacktip reef sharks I have ever experienced. The sheer abundance of sharks there is completely out of this world. At low tide they congregate in a small lagoon on a reef flat where a brisk current bathes them in cooler well oxygenated water. They avoid the deeper water off the reef edge where bigger sharks may prey on them.Time lapse video by my assistant and talented videographer @ottowhitehead thomaspeschak “HEY! HEY HUMAN, HEY! TAKE OUR PICTURE TAKE OUR PICTURE!!!!” Heres the photo he took while on the ladder SO MANY GOOD BOYS
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ivan-fyodorovich: mikestillneedsadrink: oparnoshoshoi: thegreenpea: princessmuffinmouth: byecolonizer: Why was he only fired. He should be criminally charged. With that many people is not enough to just fire him. So, I did a little more research on this because dude really pulled this on body cam. Turns out it was the assistant state attorney Christina Pumphrey who discovered this. There are also two other cops from the same sheriff’s department involved in planting drugs. Pumphrey actually resigned from her position because not only was this being allowed to happen, but the state attorney office would not immediately drop the charges against the 119 victims. She said she was, “getting an explicit instruction to not dismiss the cases.” She was also shamed by her superior for bringing the video evidence to the sheriff’s department in an effort to get the officer off the street immediately. Back to fuck the cops I keep questioning whether it’s worth it to pull over any more. Just so everyone knows, the officer wasn’t just fired, he has been arrested and is being charged with at least 52 counts of racketeering, false imprisonment, official misconduct, fabricating evidence and possession of controlled substances, and some other stuff. The 119 cases mentioned above have since been dropped and 263 remain under review. https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/07/11/florida-cop-meth-drugs-arrests-scandal/ good : JACKSONCOUNTYSHERIFFIN.ORG ivan-fyodorovich: mikestillneedsadrink: oparnoshoshoi: thegreenpea: princessmuffinmouth: byecolonizer: Why was he only fired. He should be criminally charged. With that many people is not enough to just fire him. So, I did a little more research on this because dude really pulled this on body cam. Turns out it was the assistant state attorney Christina Pumphrey who discovered this. There are also two other cops from the same sheriff’s department involved in planting drugs. Pumphrey actually resigned from her position because not only was this being allowed to happen, but the state attorney office would not immediately drop the charges against the 119 victims. She said she was, “getting an explicit instruction to not dismiss the cases.” She was also shamed by her superior for bringing the video evidence to the sheriff’s department in an effort to get the officer off the street immediately. Back to fuck the cops I keep questioning whether it’s worth it to pull over any more. Just so everyone knows, the officer wasn’t just fired, he has been arrested and is being charged with at least 52 counts of racketeering, false imprisonment, official misconduct, fabricating evidence and possession of controlled substances, and some other stuff. The 119 cases mentioned above have since been dropped and 263 remain under review. https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/07/11/florida-cop-meth-drugs-arrests-scandal/ good
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