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- A thin plastic lens placed directly on the surface of the eye to correct visual defects
- contact: a thin curved glass or plastic lens designed to fit over the cornea in order to correct vision or to deliver medication
- A contact lens (also known simply as a contact) is a corrective, cosmetic, or therapeutic lens usually placed on the cornea of the eye.
- A thin lens, made of flexible or rigid plastic, that is placed directly on to the eye to correct vision, used as an alternative to spectacles, or, if coloured, to change one’s eye color cosmetically
- shop: a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; “he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod”
- A quantity or supply of something kept for use as needed
- A retail establishment selling items to the public
- a supply of something available for future use; “he brought back a large store of Cuban cigars”
- keep or lay aside for future use; “store grain for the winter”; “The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn’t eat”
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Hummer And Camera
Anyway, on the way home, I decided that a shot of a Hummingbird looking into the lens of the camera might be a good draw. I figured the best way to do it was to tape a little mirror onto the front of the camera and it would come to see his own reflection. Great plan. I stopped on the way home at a Dollar Store to get a cheap mirror (does anyone need the quality make-up that came with it? It’s is sort of brownish-bluish-green.)
I got home, set up the camera, taped the mirror to the front, and, well, nothing. Crud! Light was leaving fast. What to do? What to do? I put the lens cover back on the lens and taped a couple of yellow flower petals to it. Then, I covered up the opening on the feeder. I figured that the bird MIGHT come to the yellow on the lens cap. The problem was that I could probably only fool him once, so I was going to have to make the shot count. As most of the hummer shots are blurred or some other problem, I was counting on slim odds.
I got exactly THREE shots off when he fell for my diabolical plan (the other two totally sucked).
So, now you know how I did it (notice that the lens cap is on the camera). Please feel free to add glowing notes of praise below.
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Praise for The World of Department Stores:
“Since my visits as a child to La Opera Department Store in Santo Domingo, I have believed that the best department stores are merchants not of clothing or shoes or cosmetics but of dreams. Whitaker’s book is a remarkable around-the-world look at these dream factories. It is an invaluable resource to anyone interested in the business of retailing and to shoppers everywhere.”—Oscar de la Renta
“The World of Department Stores is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the foundations of the urban experience in the West and the department store as the ultimate expression of the needs of the rising middle class and its tastes.” —Leonard Lauder, Chairman Emeritus, The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
“I have nothing but good memories about the many department stores that played an important part in my business, [and] I warmly welcome the publication of this wonderful and unique book on department stores throughout the world.” —Hubert de Givenchy
“The birth of the department store in the late 19th century brought everything glamorous together under one roof—from inviting, intelligent architecture and design to the latest fashions. Jan Whitaker’s The World of Department Stores looks back to the biggest and brightest shops—
including the belle epoque splendor of Paris’s Bon Marche, the block-long, palatial GUM in Moscow; and the always outrageous holiday windows at Barneys New York.” –Elle Decor