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  • A historic borough in southern Pennsylvania, southwest of Harrisburg; pop. 18,419. It is home to the Army War College

  • The City of Carlisle (generally pronounced , locally ) is a local government district of Cumbria, England, with the status of a city and non-metropolitan district.

  • Carlisle is a residential neighbourhood in the Castledowns area of north west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The neighbourhood is named for Carlisle Castle in England.

  • Carlisle Companies, Inc. is a Charlotte, North Carolina-based diversified manufacturing company serving construction materials, commercial roofing, specialty tire and wheel, power transmission, heavy-duty brake and friction, heavy-haul truck trailer, foodservice and data transmission industries.

  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)

  • A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.

  • A chamber or round building

  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam

  • a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"

  • patronize: do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of

  • An act of going shopping

  • do one's shopping; "She goes shopping every Friday"

  • A place where things are manufactured or repaired; a workshop

  • A building or part of a building where goods or services are sold; a store

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Tamrac 5788 Evolution 8 Photo/Laptop Sling Backpack Bag (Black)

Tamrac 5788 Evolution 8 Photo/Laptop Sling Backpack Bag (Black)

The Evolution 8 Photo/Laptop Sling Backpack can be carried three different ways: as a backpack, as a sling pack on the right shoulder, and as a sling pack on the left shoulder. With Tamrac's Triple Access System, there are also three ways to access your gear: through the front door and through two side doors. The Evolution 8 is perfect for a DSLR with a grip and up to an 8" lens attached, several additional lenses, a flash, and accessories. The rear, completely foam-padded laptop pocket holds most 15.6" screen laptops and others up to 15" x 10?" x 1?" (38 x 26 x 4cm) in size. When worn as a backpack, the two foam-padded shoulder straps, waist belt, and chest strap distribute the weight. For quick access to camera gear, slip off one shoulder strap, swing the pack around to the front, and open the side door to access a DSLR with a lens attached. To get to additional equipment, swing the pack around to the opposite shoulder and open the side door on the other side of the pack. Both side doors feature two convenient memory card pockets and a pocket to store lens caps while shooting. To convert the Evolution 8 to a sling pack, cross-connect a single shoulder strap – red to red for carrying on the right shoulder, or blue to blue for carrying on the left shoulder. The other strap is easily tucked away inside the back harness. When the pack is removed, all gear can be accessed through the door to the main compartment. The internal dividers are foam-padded and fully adjustable

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How To Get A Queue In Derry !

How To Get A Queue In Derry !

Picture - Elaine McPherson, owner of the Au Naturale chain being interviewed by Errol Doherty NMG. - Inset: a section of the people in the queue who turned out for the opening and in the background, heavy interest in the ?3 rail.

As I travelled up Derry/Londonderry's Carlisle Road towards the city centre and passed through Ferryquay Gate which leads to the Diamond, I was confronted by a large crowd, the likes of which I'd not witnessed in the town in quite some time.

The crowd had formed a queue from the former Woolworth's building, along Ferryquay Street and around the corner onto Market Street.

Recently a new tenant had taking up residency at the location - Ethel Austin and Au Naturale, under the direction of Elaine McPherson (owner of the Au Naturale chain) had advertised it's opening for Friday 15th May 2009.

I grabbed my camera, jumped to the front of the queue and was admitted to the store by a security man - it's amazing what an SLR with a battery grip can achieve - Inside I saw an old friend who had worked on 106FM, a radio station that I'd operated for a short while in 1999/2000.

Errol Doherty had also joined me on air on my Sunday programme for Six FM in Cookstown, before I departed upon the realisation that the working atmosphere was unpleasant and the playlisted format of the station was capable of little more than driving listeners away in their droves, Errol had gone on after that to present shows for Six's sister station "Seven" in Ballymena.

Today NMG (Northern Media Group) were recording interviews for broadcast on air. I approached, still baffled by the large crowds, and enquired as to whether some celebrity was due to show up at the opening. "Not that I know of" he said.

This was a real mystery; I walked through the store scanning the ever increasing number of people flooding through the doors. I'd grabbed enough pictures and had decided to give up and leave, still baffled as to why the opening of this shop had attracted larger crowds than normal.

As I was about to pass through the exit door, I heard a generously weighted lady say

"Gone gis wan fir me sister and wan fir her wee boy 'caus they're not here today"

I stopped, looked and in that instant the mystery was solved -

Ethel Austin and Au Naturale had advertised free goody bags and vouchers to the first four hundred people through the doors .

Good old Derry, no queue too long to wait in if the eventual reward is a free scran.

Carlisle Plaza Mall (The Point At Carlisle Plaza)

Carlisle Plaza Mall (The Point At Carlisle Plaza)

Carlisle Plaza Mall (now The Point At Carlisle Plaza) - 6/18/2005

Not much shopping to do here. I really need to get back down there someday to check up on the place. I had really wanted to get a picture of the karate dojo operating out of a vintage Deb Shop store, complete with neon fuschia carpeting and mirrors over every possible surface. The place reminded me of Cobra Kai, however, and I didn't need the screaming Sensei in my face for snapping pictures.

**Taken with my old camera, which wasn't ideal in no-flash situations**

carlisle camera shop

carlisle camera shop

If Books Could Kill: A Bibliophile Mystery

Murder is easy-on paper.

Book restoration expert Brooklyn Wainwright is attending the world- renowned Book Fair when her ex Kyle shows up with a bombshell. He has an original copy of a scandalous text that could change history-and humiliate the beloved British monarchy.

When Kyle turns up dead, the police are convinced Brooklyn's the culprit. But with an entire convention of suspects, Brooklyn's conducting her own investigation to find out if the motive for murder was a 200-year-old secret-or something much more personal.

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