Thursday, November 12, 2015

TWR on the World Wide Web

Here is the latest news from TWR's online media portal.  There is audio and video from 108 ministries, in 41 languages on TWR360.  Be sure to check it out today.

TWR360 received a record number of visitors in October, 563.069 to be exact, from 221 Countries and Territories.  October 27 set a new one day record of 19,603 visitors to TWR360.

Brazil lead the way in sessions from Web browsers in October.  The rest of the top 10 countries, in descending order, include:  USA, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Kenya, Russia, Colombia, South Korea, and the Netherlands.

The USA lead the way last month, among visitors using Apps to visit TWR360.  The rest of the top 10 countries connecting by Apps include:  India, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Brazil, The Dominican Republic, Argentina, Singapore, and Japan.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

projector mount bracket

I recently installed a video projector (known as a "beamer" here, not to be confused with a Beemer, which is a car) at our church here on Bonaire.  It is on a pretty long post hanging down from the roof beams.  It is pretty stable, considering how windy it can be here.
Here is a shot of the bracket the attached to the roof beam. (there is a story behind this seeming random post)

Saturday, November 07, 2015

Moon, Venus and Mars with Foreground

Here is what the moon and planets looked like this morning.

Jupiter was up quite a bit higher, so I cropped it out of the picture, which was looking too tall and skinny for posting online.

Mars is to the upper left of the Moon and Venus is to the lower left of the moon.

You'll probably need to look at the full size image to see Mars.

Saturday Morning Moon and Planets

The Moon, Venus, Mars and Jupiter looked great in the pre-dawn skies this morning.  Here is a shot that shows them all, and one that shows just Mars, Venus and the Moon.

Jupiter is pretty far to the upper left of the Moon and the other two planets. Better click on the thumbnails to see the full images.

I hope to have another picture later today.  A dawn bike ride is calling my name right now.