- Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
- Fuji X-T2
- Nikon D500
- Sony Alpha A7R II
- Nikon D3300( I have this)
- Panasonic Lumix LX100
- Olympus OM-D E-M10 II
- Panasonic Lumix ZS50 / TZ70
- Canon EOS Rebel T6i / 750D
- Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 http://www.techradar.com/news/photography-video-capture/cameras/best-camera-1271079
Most visited place in the US, New York
New York City is the most populated city in North America and has also been featured in more movies and TV shows than any other city in the United States. It’s no surprise that the Big Apple is the #1 most visited city in the U.S. by foreign travelers. Offering the best of the best fine dining, world-class accommodations, spectacular designs, rich history and unique culture, NYC is one of the true great melting pots in the world. Home to over 8 million people, New York tops many list of the most amazing travel destinations in the United States. It attracts millions of tourists annually and offers visitors a wide variety of lovely things to do.
Some of those things to do include touring famous landmarks such as the Empire State Building, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and Metropolitan Museum of Arts. There’s so much you can do in New York, it’s almost impossible to see everything you want in just one visit. The best part is, virtually all of it is a subway or yellow cab away. All of these elements mix and mingle to creating a destination known worldwide as ‘THE’ city to visit in the United States.
Aggressive and Physical Contact Level
Men's teams are allowed a significant amount of body contact during the game. This is illegal in the women's version of the game. While female players can definitely stick-check one another, they are not allowed to body-check each other. Male players wear full body and chest pad armor, similar to hockey because of this major difference. Women don't have to wear helmets, but tell anyone who has been hit in the face with a stick, and women players are likely to claim that they are the tougher of the two groups, being fully exposed during gameplay! (I believe that Girls should have the same rules as boys and play the same game)
Archery is a sport that I enjoy to do in my free time. Its relaxing and fun.
I show cattle in 4-H witch is a leadership program. I have been in 4-H for 10 years and i've shown cattle for 3 of those years. I've also shown rabbits, Chickens, Goats, and I plan to add pigs this year
I plan to be a photographer when I get older, I just gt a new camera it is a Nikon D3300. It came with a 20-50mm lens which is for close up photographs I plan to invest in a 30-700mm lens which can take very clear pictures when your standpoint is from far away.
I've traveled to 21 different states. my favorite state is montana. I really like the scenery. Its mostly a farming state with a lot of cattle farms and other large livestock. in 2018 i get to travel to boston and i will get to drive through all the states going to there. that means i will have been to over half the US.
Tilikum is a special and transformative killer whale. He was netted off Iceland in 1983, at the age of two, and has lived in captivity for almost 33 years now, for the past 24 years at SeaWorld’s Orlando, Florida park. His life has changed how we view SeaWorld and the marine park industry, and changed our moral calculus regarding the confinement and display of intelligent, free-ranging species. (See "Can Captive Orcas Return to the Wild?").
Like most of the world, I had never heard of Tilikum until February, 24, 2010 when he pulled SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau into his pool and brutally killed her. When I learned that he had been involved in two previous deaths it seemed clear he had a story worth telling. So I set out to try and explain how Tilikum’s life led to the death of Dawn Brancheau. I published “The Killer In The Pool” in Outside magazine in the summer of 2010. That led to a call from film-maker and director Gabriela Cowperthwaite, and a chance to help turn Tilikum’s story into the documentary Blackfish, which premiered in 2013. In between, journalist David Kirby published Death At SeaWorld, also an in-depth examination of killer whale captivity. Tilikum is a special and transformative killer whale. He was netted off Iceland in 1983, at the age of two, and has lived in captivity for almost 33 years now, for the past 24 years at SeaWorld’s Orlando, Florida park. His life has changed how we view SeaWorld and the marine park industry, and changed our moral calculus regarding the confinement and display of intelligent, free-ranging species. (See "Can Captive Orcas Return to the Wild?") I believe that orcas should not be kept in these conditions because they are stressed and are prone to more illnesses. only one person has been killed by a wild orca. and for this orca to attack and kill 3 people in its life time there must be something seriously wrong .
- Scientific name: Hippopotamus amphibius
- Lifespan: 40 – 50 years Speed: 19 mph (On Land, Running)
- Height: 4.9 ft. (Adult, At Shoulder)
- Mass: Male: 3,300 – 4,000 lbs (Adult), Female: 2,900 – 3,300 lbs (Adult)
- Did you know: Male hippos appear to continue growing throughout their lives while females reach maximum weight at around age 25