lunes, 22 de abril de 2013

Painter: Renoir Pierre-Auguste - Grupos de personas - Groups of people- Part 10 - Links

 Pierre-August Renoir Two Women in Blue Blouses


 Pierre-August Renoir Two Women in the Grass


 Pierre-August Renoir Two Women's Heads (The Loge) - Study


 Pierre-August Renoir Two Women's Heads (The Loge)


 Pierre-August Renoir Umbrellas


 Pierre-August Renoir Under the Arbor at the Moulin de la Galette


 Pierre-August Renoir Woman and Child 


 Pierre-August Renoir Woman in a Landscape 


 Pierre-August Renoir Woman in the Garden at Collettes


 Pierre-August Renoir Woman with Parasol 


 Pierre-August Renoir Young Girls by the Sea 


 Pierre-August Renoir Young Girls by the Sea


 Pierre-August Renoir Young Girls by the Water


 Pierre-August Renoir Young Girls on the Beach


 Pierre-August Renoir Young Man and Young Woman


 Pierre-August Renoir Young Mother


 Pierre-August Renoir Young Woman with a Japanese Umbrella


 Pierre-August Renoir Yvonne and Christine Lerolle at the Piano


Pierre-August Renoir Yvonne and Jean

Painter: Renoir Pierre-Auguste - Grupos de personas - Groups of people- Part 10 - Links





Music: Antonio Machin - Esperame en el cielo - Dos Gardenias - Confidencias de amor - Lyrics



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Antonio Machín - Espérame en el cielo

Ya doblan las campanas
se llevan a mi amor
y en mi pecho hace nido
la desesperación

Espérame en el cielo
cariñito adorado
que si Dios te ha llevado
fiel te juro ser yo

Si no fuese pecado
segaría mi vida
y así estar a tu lado
junto a tu corazón

Espérame en el cielo
rogando por mi adiós
para que pronto estemos
juntos allí los dos

Si no fuese pecado
segaría mi vida
y así estar a tu lado
junto a tu corazón

Espérame en el cielo
rogando por mi adiós
para que pronto estemos
juntos allí los dos

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Dos Gradenias

Dos gardenias para ti
con ellas quiero decir
te quiero, te adoro, mi vida.
Ponles toda tu atencion
porque son tu corazon y el mio.

Dos gardenias para ti
que tendran todo el calor de un beso
de esos que te di
y que jamas encontraras
en el calor de otro querer.

A tu lado viviran y te hablaran
como cuando estas conmigo
y hasta creeras
que te diran te quiero.

Pero si un atardecer
las gardenias de mi amor se mueren
es porque han adivinado
que tu amor se ha marchitado
porque existe otro querer.

Dos gardenias...para ti

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Confidencias de amor

Yo ya te iba a querer
pero me arrepentí
la luna me miro

y yo la comprendí
me dijo que tu amor
no me iba a hacer feliz
que me ibas a olvidar
por que tueras
así

yo ya te iba a querer
pero me arrepentí
la luna me miro
y yo la comprendí
me dijo que tu amor
no me iba a hacer feliz que me ibas a olvidar
por que tu eras así

ya los claros fulgores de luna
musitando estaban tu pálida faz y al mirarlo
sentí que la luna
musitando estaba un reproche tenaz

por eso.....etc
   
Fuente: musica.com


Music: Antonio Machin - Esperame en el cielo - Dos Gardenias - Confidencias de amor - Lyrics

Poesia: Concha Garcia - La valia de un olvido - Un conato de tristeza - Vasta sed - Links


La valía de un olvido

        Ese vicio solitario la va a perder
        va a partir los entremeses equivocadamente
        para que en la boca naden solos,
        y entretendrá su cutis con varias cremas
        mientras pasa el tiempo, y caerá
        en la cuenta de su gran error
        mordiéndose al buscar la tarjeta
        del autobús que se le olvidó en
        la mesita de noche aquélla, maldita
        sea.

        1988



        Un conato de tristeza

        Hora de ti bajando la escalera. No puede ser
        que un labio sienta tanto desdén cuando mira
        lo prieto que está sin quererlo. Me
        abruma el rápido desliz con el que bajo
        sintiendo la subida.

        1988



        Vasta sed

        Me ansía cuando se le seca la boca
        bebiendo tragos, en los genitales le irrumpo
        de mentira y se trajea con la tarde
        que nunca vine. Meditando en montañas
        de aguardiente elige cómo olvidarme.


        1988







Poesia: Concha Garcia - La valia de un olvido - Un conato de tristeza - Vasta sed - Links




Poesia: Bertolt Brecht - Di solito cosi - Il fumo - Lode del comunismo - Links

 Di solito così

Di solito così
ad ogni nato di donna è stato concesso l'amore
ma fra impieghi entrate e il resto
giorno per giorno s'inaridisce il terreno del cuore.
Sul cuore è infilato il corpo.
Sul corpo la camicia.
E come se non bastasse
un tale – idiota! –
ha fabbricato i polsini
e ha intriso d'amido lo sparato.
Verso la vecchiaia ci si ripensa di soprassalto.
La donna s'imbelletta
l'uomo di sbraccia come un mulino.



 Il fumo

La piccola casa sotto gli alberi sul lago.
Dal tetto sale il fumo.
Se mancasse
Quanto sarebbero desolati
La casa, gli alberi, il lago!



Lode del comunismo

È ragionevole, chiunque lo capisce: è facile.
Non sei uno sfruttatore, lo puoi intendere.
Va bene per te, informatene.
Gli idioti lo chiamano idiota e, i sudici, sudicio.
È contro il sudiciume e contro l'idiozia.
Gli sfruttatori lo chiamano delitto.

Ma noi sappiamo:
è la fine dei delitti.
Non è follia ma invece
fine della follia.
Non è il caos ma
l'ordine, invece.
È la semplicità
che è difficile a farsi.



Poesia: Bertolt Brecht - Di solito cosi - Il fumo - Lode del comunismo - Links



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NASA: Blogs - Blue Marble. Next generation - Earth Observing System - 22.04.13

Blue Marble Next Generation
 

Everyone knows that NASA studies space; fewer people know that NASA also studies Earth. Since the agency’s creation almost 50 years ago, NASA has been a world leader in space-based studies of our home planet. Our mission has always been to explore, to discover, and to understand the world in which we live from the unique vantage point of space, and to share our newly gained perspectives with the public. That spirit of sharing remains true today as NASA operates 18 of the most advanced Earth-observing satellites ever built, helping scientists make some of the most detailed observations ever made of our world.
 
To access Blue Marble images in multiple resolutions, visit Visible Earth.
Also available in Ukrainian (translation by Vlad Brown).
  Image of South America from September 2004
In celebration of the deployment of its Earth Observing System, NASA is pleased to share the newest in its series of stunning Earth images, affectionately named the “Blue Marble.” This new Earth imagery enhances the Blue Marble legacy by providing a detailed look at an entire year in the life of our planet. In sharing these Blue Marble images, NASA hopes the public will join with the agency in its continuing exploration of our world from the unique perspective of space.
To learn more about the development of NASA’s imagery of the Earth as a whole, read the History of the Blue Marble.

Enhancements

Blue Marble: Next Generation offers greater spatial detail of the surface and spans a longer data collection period than the original. The original Blue Marble was a composite of four months of MODIS observations with a spatial resolution (level of detail) of 1 square kilometer per pixel. Blue Marble: Next Generation offers a year’s worth of monthly composites at a spatial resolution of 500 meters. These monthly images reveal seasonal changes to the land surface: the green-up and dying-back of vegetation in temperate regions such as North America and Europe, dry and wet seasons in the tropics, and advancing and retreating Northern Hemisphere snow cover. From a computer processing standpoint, the major improvement is the development of a new technique for allowing the computer to automatically recognize and remove cloud-contaminated or otherwise bad data—a process that was previously done manually.
 
The Blue Marble: Next Generation is a series of images that show the color of the Earth’s surface for each month of 2004 at very high resolution (500 meters/pixel) at a global scale. This image shows South America from September 2004. (NASA image courtesy Reto Stöckli and Robert Simmon)
  Winter versus summer comparison of the Alps
 
Blue Marble: Next Generation improves the techniques for turning satellite data into digital images. Among the key improvements is greater detail in areas that usually appear very dark to the satellite (because a large amount of sunlight is being absorbed), for example in dense tropical forests. The ability to create a digital image that provides great detail in darker regions without “washing out” brighter regions, like glaciers, snow-covered areas, and deserts is one of the great challenges of visualizing satellite data. The new version also improves image clarity, and gives highly reflective land surfaces, such as salt flats, a more realistic appearance.
 
Monthly imagery shows seasonable variability, like the change in Alpine snow-cover from January to July. (NASA images by Reto Stöckli)
  Detail of the Etosh Pan, Namibia

Limitations

Those who intend to use the Blue Marble: Next Generation in their own publications or projects should be aware of areas that still require improvement. Areas of open water still show some “noise.” In tropical lowlands, cloud cover during the rainy season can be so extensive that obtaining a cloud-free view of every pixel of the area for a given month may not be possible. Deep oceans are not included in the source data; the creator of the Blue Marble uses a uniform blue color for deep ocean regions, and this value has not been completely blended with observations of shallow water in coastal areas. The lack of blending may, in some cases, make the transition between shallow coastal water and deep ocean appear unnatural. Finally, the data do not completely distinguish between snow and cloud cover in areas with short-term snow cover (less than three or four months). This problem may be resolved in the future through the use of a more sophisticated snow mask.

Data Access

Full-resolution, subsetted, and reduced-resolution files are available on the Blue Marble Next Generation collection on NASA’s Visible Earth.

Additional Download Sites

Animations

Interactive viewers

Credits

Blue Marble: Next Generation was produced by Reto Stöckli, NASA Earth Observatory (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center). See The Blue Marble Next Generation—A true color Earth dataset including seasonal dynamics from MODIS (880 kB PDF) for acknowledgments. Anyone using or republishing Blue Marble: Next Generation please credit “NASA’s Earth Observatory.”

References

  • Justice C.O., 1 Townshend J.R.G., Vermote E. F., Masuoka E., Wolfe R.E., El Saleous N., Roy D.P. and Morisette. J.T. , 2002. An overview of MODIS Land data processing and product status. Remote Sensing of Environment, 83, 1-2, 3-15.
  • Los, S.O., Collatz, G.J., Sellers, P.J., Malmström, C.M., Pollack, N.H., DeFries, R.S., Bounoua, L., Parris, M.T., Tucker, C.J., and Dazlich, D.A. (2000) A global 9-year biophysical land-surface data set from NOAA AVHRR data. J Hydrometeor., 1, 183-199.
  • Sellers, P.J., Los, S.O., Tucker, C.J., Justice, C.O., Dazlich, D.A., Collatz, G.J., and Randall, D.A. (1996) A revised land surface parameterization (SiB-2) for atmospheric GCMs. Part 2: The generation of global fields of terrestrial biophysical parameters from satellite data. Journal of Climate, 9, 706-737.
  • Stöckli, R, and Vidale, P.L. (2004) European plant phenology and climate as seen in a 20 year AVHRR land-surface parameter dataset. Internat. J. Remote Sens., 25 (17), 3303-3330.

NASA: Blogs - Blue Marble. Next generation - Earth Observing System - 22.04.13