I am with you Lee, on that hope!
and our grey one will lose, too! mark my words!
So that would be fifty six one hundred and thirty fifths of a nose, yes?
Science/photography question for you oh wise one. Why in photo finish photos are the backgrounds blurred while the horses are not?
I think the camera moves in sync with the horses on a rail beside the track for about the last 10m. The name Psmith seems to ring a bell for the inventor of the process. Australian, too, I think.
OK, maybe not. It seems to be a stationary camera with a circular film turning at the same speed as the horses. See here Not sure where I got the Psmith from either.
Ah, I see. Very cool. I've learned something new.
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