Mount Elgon

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Elgon, Mount

(ĕl`gŏn), extinct volcano, central Africa, on the Kenya-Uganda border. Its highest peak is Wagagai (14,178 ft/4,321 m). The inhabitants of Mt. Elgon's densely populated lower slopes cultivate arabica coffee, tea, bananas, and millet.
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Joining them on stage will be Alexander Hart, Managing Director of Signal Hill, Chad Barnard, Corporate Development Director from Meredith Corporation, and Richard Sudek, Chairman Emeritus of Tech Coast Angels ("TCA") and Director of the Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics.
Organized like a feverish stream of consciousness, with work scattered high and low on deep purple walls, "Collected Shadows" included pieces by the likes of Robert Frank, Gustave Le Gray, and Josef Sudek, surrounded with images by anonymous or little-known authors.
Sudek (2006) also argues that most of the literature up to 2006 was concerned with VCs evaluations, while specific research on BAs investment evaluations is rare.
Cardon, Sudek, and Mitteness (2009) investigated the influence of perceived passion on angel investing having angels watch videotaped presentations 15 minutes in duration, followed by a 15 minute question and answer period.
Coster, Knud Lonberg-Holm, and Werner Mantz; classic night photography of the 1930s-1950s by Brassai, Brandt, Winogrand, Robert Frank, Andre Kertesz, William Klein, and Weegee; mid-20th-century photographs by Grossman, John Cohen, Louis Faurer, Otto Steinert, Josef Sudek, and Pim Van Os; and photos from the latter part of the last century by Deutsch, Robert Adams, Patrick Faigenbaum, Daido Moriyama, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Stephen Tourlentes.
The exhibition features a range of European photographers= Erwin Blumenfeld, Roland Penrose, Raoul Ubac, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Josef Sudek, Vaclav Zykmund and Maurice Tabard.
Foi dessa experiencia que Sudek criou o conceito de "available light", ou seja, a luz disponivel, sem qualquer acrescimo de iluminacao artificial, buscando um apagamento quase absoluto do artificio.
For straight shooters such as Weston, but also for a host of modern photographers from Cartier-Bresson and Ansel Adams to Josef Sudek and Jun Shiraoka, photography's special place in the romantic tradition is found in this medium's special ability to foreground the apparent revelation of order, significance, poignancy, and mystery in the world.
The friendly and professional team who run the inn on the main road between Dalry and Kilbirnie are headed by Franco and led by head chef Steven Johnstone and restaurant supervisor Yaser Sudek.
Mareike Sudek and Ana Galvez Garcia are cover girls on a glossy English language version of Bangor university's prospectus.
The sprawling show inhabits the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium starting Friday for three days, taking in 80 galleries and private dealers presenting top international and domestic artists - famous photogs like Diane Arbus, Walker Evans, Larry Fink, Robert Frank, Joel Peter-Witkin, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ansel Adams and Henri Cartier-Bresson, plus vintage pieces by Man Ray, Josef Sudek, Edward Weston and Dorothea Lange.
Sudek had mainly Stravinsky and Honegger--and on standard records.