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Nintendo consoles: a history in pictures - The GameCube emerged in 2001, competing with old rival Sega's Dreamcast console and newer competitors such as the Microsoft XBox and Sony Playstation 2. The GameCube uses the little known MiniDVD disc, lacking the dual functionality of the XBox and Playstation 2, which can also play DVD films. The GameCube was the first Nintendo console to support online gameplay.

Nintendo consoles: a history in pictures - The GameCube emerged in 2001, competing with old rival Sega's Dreamcast console and newer competitors such as the Microsoft XBox and Sony Playstation 2. The GameCube uses the little known MiniDVD disc, lacking the dual functionality of the XBox and Playstation 2, which can also play DVD films. The GameCube was the first Nintendo console to support online gameplay.

Be careful concerning the aspects that you feature in your photos. Go ahead and take out anything from the picture that doesn’t belong there or makes the frame seem out of balance. Use panning shots that keep your subject in concentration and if need be blur the background, if you can’t get rid of all undesirable distractions from your shot. Visit http://thecamerajunction.com for more info.

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Be careful concerning the aspects that you feature in your photos. Go ahead and take out anything from the picture that doesn’t belong there or makes the frame seem out of balance. Use panning shots that keep your subject in concentration and if need be blur the background, if you can’t get rid of all undesirable distractions from your shot. Visit http://thecamerajunction.com for more info.

Robert Wadlow (Born Robert Pershing Wadlow on 22 February 1918 – died 15 July 1940) is the tallest person in medical history for whom there is irrefutable evidence. He is often known as the "Alton Giant" because of his Alton, Illinois hometown.  Robert Wadlow reached 8 feet 11.1 inches  in height and weighed 490 pounds  at his death. His great size and his continued growth in adulthood was due to hypertrophy of his pituitary gland

Robert Wadlow (Born Robert Pershing Wadlow on 22 February 1918 – died 15 July 1940) is the tallest person in medical history for whom there is irrefutable evidence. He is often known as the "Alton Giant" because of his Alton, Illinois hometown. Robert Wadlow reached 8 feet 11.1 inches in height and weighed 490 pounds at his death. His great size and his continued growth in adulthood was due to hypertrophy of his pituitary gland

Fascinating photographs and posters from the early days of the London   Underground.

The London Underground: a history in pictures

A brief history in pictures of the best French girl hair of all time–Lou Doillon.

The History of French Girl Hair: From Marie Antoinette’s Pouf to Bardot’s Bedhead

A brief history in pictures of the best French girl hair of all time–Lou Doillon.

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