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  • Northern Lights Auroras
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    AURORA BOREALIS Imagine a cold October night, you walk out to your car and something catches your eye. You step further into the street be it busy or not, and you begin to turn in 360 circles. For what your eyes behold is far from anything you have ever seen. A circle of green and blue swirl through the night sky, I could best describe this as two ballroom dancers doing a "Waltz" through the night sky. They flow, they glide so gracefully that they capture you and keep you entranced for a very lo...
  • Genetic Form Of Night Blindness
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    Night Blindness is a genetic disorder in which the sufferer has trouble seeing at night. Two things cause this disorder in general. The first cause is a lack of vitamin A which helps develop the retina and vision receptor cells. Vision receptor cells consist of cones and rods, cones for bright light and rods for less light. When there is a vitamin A deficiency, the rod cells don't develop properly. The second cause is a genetic inheritance. Night blindness is a sex-linked disorder because the X-...
  • Windy Night And Stacey Browning
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    THE DANCE It was a dark, windy night and Stacey Browning was just finishing work at The Tree Stump Burger Barn. It wasn't a busy night, so Stacy suggested that her heavily pregnant boss, Sarah, leave work early, and Stacey would clean and lock up. Stacey was trying to stretch her night out for as long as possible, because tomorrow night was the school dance, and she knew her mother wouldn't make her go if she was too tired from a hard night at work. Stacey loathed the school dance because it was...
  • Affects Of Light Pollution
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    Light pollution happened slowly at first which was several decades ago it was a process that was hardly noticeable. A light here, a light there, burning way into the dark nighttime realm, helping us see in the darkness when people all their our beds fast asleep. The process still continues today, with little thought ever given to what we are stealing away. Our intentions are good but our methods need adjustment, and they needs to be done immediately. In fact, our methods should have been changed...
  • Four Lights With Dark
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    The night was December 6, 1994, cold, dark, and crystal clear. The temperature was fifty-eight degrees Fahrenheit, and the winds were blowing southwest at seven miles per hour. It was a night I will never forget. As I stood in the open doorway that night, with only the reflection of the moonlight shining in my eyes and the wind blowing so cold across my body it caused me to shiver, my teeth began to chatter and goosebumps ran down my spine. I cautiously raised my trembling hands to shoulder leve...
  • Available Light Night Photography
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    Garett theorises that it is the quality not quantity of available light that makes an image photographable and mundane. Night photography is an excellent way to examine this theory. As there is not a great deal of light available at night the photographer has to be proficient enough to use the available light to its most effective. Night photography can have some amazing effects examining themes like time, magic and surrealism. To efficiently analyse the style of low light photography it is nece...
  • Well Lighted Place
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    In A Clean, Well Lighted Place, Hemingway communicates, loneliness / depression, which is displayed by the old man who tries to pass the night outside of the bar in a 'well lighted place' after trying to commit suicide the week prior. Hemingway presents to us a young intolerant waiter that has no compassion for what the old man is going thru and a older waiter that understands for he is just as lonely. Hemingway makes the comparison between the two waiters when the older waiter tells the younger...
  • Clean Place With Full Lights
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    Reluctant to sleep, the older waiter means to offer a place to those who need a clean, well-lighted caf? to spend their nights, possessing the same nada philosophy of life as him; Ernest Hemingway the author states his feelings and viewpoints toward the old man through the role, the older waiter, to unveil the life of the elderly, losing the motivations of life and the motives to live for. About the same age of the old man who comes to this caf? every night, the older waiter simply wants to prov...
  • Poem With Reference To Life And Death
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    Analysis of: "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" Dylan Thomas Author Entry: Dylan Thomas was born in Wales in the year 1914. He is best known for his first three poetic works, Eighteen Poems (1934), Twenty-five Poems (1934), and The Map of Love (1939). Thomas also wrote several works that were somewhat autobiographical. He has been praised for his imagery in his writing, using vividly dreamlike representations to convey his message. During the War years, Thomas wrote several volumes through ...
  • Clean Well Lighted Place
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    A Clean Well-Lighted Place - Article The story is filled with light and shadows, as an old man sits through another sleepless night in the quiet of a well-lighted cafe. The older waiter explains to the younger, more impatient waiter, "You do not understand. This is a clean and pleasant cafe. It is well lighted. The light is very good and also, now there are shadows of the leaves". A Clean, Well-lighted Place "This is another of Hemingway's dense vignettes, filled with nuance but spare in style. ...
  • Rage Against The Dying Of The Light
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    Outline: Dylan Thomas-Do not go gentle into that good night Thesis: He pleads with him not just to surrender to death but also to fight death as long as possible. Paragraph two: A. 1-3 OLD MEN Paragraph three: A. 4-6 WISE MEN Paragraph four: A. 7-9 GOOD MEN Paragraph five: A. 13-15 WILD MEN Paragraph six: A. GRAVE MEN Paragraph seven: A. MY FATHER Paragraph eight: Conclusion Sarah Thompson English 104 P. Kavanagh April 1, 2003 In the poem Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night the author Dylan Th...

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