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10 Secrets That Experts Of Dog Photography Don’t Want You To Know
Dog photography is a popular photographic medium nowadays. This might be a picture of your furry friend for your Instagram feed. Or a professional drawing at a dog show. Knowing how to photograph dogs is a great way to practice Photography in general. You don’t need your own dog photo studio to take great pictures. Read all the ten secrets information you need to do Photography. Focus Your Dog Character For Photography Taking Photography of dogs makes a lot of sense if you can focus/capture their behaviour in a photo. It’s fun to enjoy a popular activity, such as taking Photography of dogs in their favourite spots, tapping on the porch, or grabbing a Frisbee. To capture a dog’s character, ask yourself what is unique about your dog and try to capture that character in front of the camera. Use A Lens Fast For Dog Photography. Dogs don’t stay! Wink, you’ll miss their paradox, so it’s essential to use a faster lens and a faster shutter speed. My go-to lens is a 70-200mm f2.8 telephoto lens that is fast enough to freeze motion on that all-important shot, and you can zoom in and out quickly if needed. It also draws well in the background when taking photos. Base lenses are also great – 50mm or 85mm works well. Make sure you open your roller shutter. Of course, opening the shutter will give you faster shutter speeds and fantastic bokeh. But it can also obscure parts of your subject’s face. Use Dog Photography Natural Light. You don’t have to worry about flashes and complicated lighting settings when shooting dogs Photography. The best option is to use natural and constant light; this won’t scare them or make red eyes on your photos. https://www.clippingpathclient.com/dog-photography/ Whether you use ambient or studio lighting, the general rule is to choose bright, diffuse lighting that will help create a more pleasing portrait. If you’re in a slightly darker environment or your puppy doesn’t respond well to bright light, you can always increase the ISO for faster action shots, even in dark weather. High ISO, you can shoot quickly! When taking photos outdoors, sunny weather is ideal for balanced, diffused lighting. A sunny day is more challenging to take pictures than a sunny day, so don’t worry if the weather is sunny. Focus On The Dog’s Photography Eyes Your dog’s eyes should become the focus of your Photography. As humans, we are well connected with eye contact. Please focus on the dog’s eyes and use them to your advantage for dog photos. This, of course, draws the viewer’s attention to the subject. Focus on the eyes first, then reset focus as needed and apply the method again. The moving picture of a dog gets attention. It’s like a picture of a man. You can use your eyes to create depth, an unusual eye colour, or to create a sense of privacy. Use a wider aperture (f / 2.8 or less) to improve this feel! https://www.clippingpathclient.com/car-photography/ Add People To Dog Photography. The best photo of the dog alone or the owner is a classic photo. Use automatic lighting to prevent lightning from disturbing animals. The standard 50mm lens is ideal for this type of image. Shallow DOF (Depth of Field) focuses on the object in the centre of the frame, so keep your eyes focused. Remember to live fast when taking photos like this, as animals can quickly get into trouble if they take photos outdoors. Choose An Excellent Background For Dog Portrait Photography The background of the frame is as important as your content. Get a beautiful background in a different colour from the dog. Tree trunks, wood, gates, benches, bricks, and doors make beautiful backgrounds or frames for photographing dogs.
Heat Reflective Roof Paint Is The Option The Future Would Choose
Saving both cooling costs and the environment at the same time is a whole lot easier than you might imagine. In fact, the difference could be as easy as one thing: paint. The right kind of paint, in the right colour, in the right place. Who Chooses Heat Reflective Roof Paint DIY enthusiasts and weekend warriors are interested in more than just saving costs on tradesmen and their profiteering on materials. They want to leave their mark on their own home and enjoy the satisfaction of having used one’s own hands to accomplish something practical. There’s little wonder then that choosing materials that are environmentally safe is high on the list of priorities for DIY shoppers looking for any building material, online or in-store. So would the priorities be any different when it comes to choosing paint, much less roof paint, a product generally known for its high VOCs, toxic production methods and application hazards? Or course not. But as you’ll see when discovering the following immediate and long term benefits of heat reflective paint and roof paint, the positive effects on the environment extend well beyond those initial environmental benefits. Immediate Benefits Have you ever sat in the sun wearing black clothing and then swapped to white? Have you felt the difference in internal temperature between a car with dark paint and light paint? Or, more pertinently, how about that moment you pop up the reflective foil sun visor behind your car windscreen and create shade that isn’t absorbing any heat? Then that’s the type of immediate benefit you’ll feel from the day the heat reflective coating is on your roof or walls. And if you’re feeling good already because you’ve got great insulation, imagine how good you’ll feel when the insulation isn’t fending off anywhere near as much heat as it was before! Just like you wouldn’t put your picnic cooler (like a mini insulated house) in full sun, shade your insulated walls and ceiling with heat reflective paint, and you’ll notice the effectiveness of your insulating increase immediately and exponentially. A picnic cooler in the shade is always going to fare much better. (And what if you could coat your cooler in something that would release even ambient heat? Read about amount emissivity a little lower down.) Similar to insulation, electricity-free cooling methods like roof vents, which are designed to extract heat from your roof space before it builds up enough to radiate into your living area, will also experience a massive boost in effectiveness. Long Term Benefits Any reduction in heat retention is going to reduce cooling costs. Little or no air conditioner use is achieved by many homeowners thanks to the front line defence of heat reflective paint, with combinations of insulation and/or ventilation. Saving electricity costs means saving the fossil fuels burnt to produce the electricity, and therefore benefits the environment. Even green energy comes at a cost, both operational and environmental, so reducing energy consumption is the real reason heat reflective paint produces so many long term benefits. The reduced energy consumption means reduced maintenance of electric equipment, not to mention reductions in manufacture or production of cooling equipment - so the chain reaction is a far-reaching environmental and economic benefit. There’s even evidence indicating the substrates themselves fair better when protected by heat reflective paint. That’s not just due to the weather sealing effect of a quality roof paint, but because the warping and flexing of heat-affected structures creates pressures that undermine structural integrity and eventually require additional maintenance and repairs. Reduce the heat passed to the substrate and supportive structure, and you’ve alleviated strain from the building, extending the longevity of the dwelling. Why Roofs Matter Walls are shaded at different periods of the day depending on where the sun is at the time, along with the orientation of the building and surrounding buildings. But roofs are rarely shaded. Roofs are the shade. So as your first line of defence against heat, roof paint selection is absolutely critical. We’ll discuss some basics of roof paint selection below, but with the preceding picnic cooler and car sun visor illustrations in mind, suffice to say the colour selection is also imperative when considering a roof paint. Just why slate grey and even black have become fashionable roof colours in warm climates is hard to justify. It’s evident that colour viciously affects heat absorption - we use it to our advantage when heating pool water in black pipes on a roof, or even those black poly camping shower bags that will heat up enough to scald your skin if you leave them in the sun for a few hot hours. So armed with that common knowledge, why do we paint roofs black? Did we not think about it? Or were we sold that colour by marketers that didn’t care for our cooling costs? Or did we feel the macho power from knowing we were heating up our dwelling but could tackle the self-made problem with our gutsy but energy-guzzling climate control system? It sounds silly now when summarising like that. At this point, the discerning reader may interject: if colour is the basis of reflectivity, then are heat reflective paints just bright coloured paints? Good question. The answer is no. Much more than colour is required for a heat reflective paint. The way the colour pigment is produced can significantly affect reflectivity. And heat reflective paints don’t only reflect light, they release heat. That factor of heat release is the second element that makes heat reflective paint so special. Do you want to see some proof? Other Applications Proof that heat reflective paint is not a gimmick sold by big paint brands is that, well, big paint brands don’t sell much real heat reflective paint. (More on that shortly.) But most compelling is the fact that industry has for decades been coating interstate pipelines spanning thousands of desert kilometres in heat reflective paint. Imagine the savings when heat-sensitive pipelines, including combustibles, no longer have to be underground pipelines because the above-ground pipes can be coated in heat reflective paint! All that research and development by industry is not benefiting consumers, including the DIY brigade, because it wasn’t a huge leap to adapt that pipeline paint technology to roofing paint. The Right Heat Reflective Paint Whether or not you’re familiar with the saying “oils ain’t oils”, you’ll soon agree that not all paints are created equal. It’s not just the difference in finish that stands one paint apart from the rest - satin, gloss, matt, textured, and the like are imperative for your project, as are tint, mixing methods, weather ratings, and application instructions. Those latter factors go a long way in determining if a paint is designed for interior or exterior application, especially if it’s right for special surfaces and applications, like this range of roof paint. After all, roof paint is on the most exposed surface, the least likely to be regularly and closely inspected, and yet the most critical surface for a sealant - to stop rain from entering your home. But heat reflective paint, and particularly heat reflective roof paint, opens up a whole new field of variants, metrics and contrasts that can be dizzyingly complex, to say the least. What’s the coating thickness? Life span? Guarantee period? Time before it’s safe to collect drinking water? Personally, I’m happy to leave the science of it all to the lab technicians, but there’s one thing I won’t stand for: don’t try and sell me some wow factor by telling me your paint is better because you put ceramic spheres or glass nanoparticles in it. Whether or not that works and whether or not Nike tries to tell me the same thing about what they put in the sole of my sneaker isn’t proven just by you naming it. So forget the marketing and give me the facts thanks very much. I’ll weigh up the differences between my other options. When it comes to heat reflective paint, what you should be looking for is the SRI rating. That stands for Solar Reflective Index. It’s a superior measurement because it’s a mathematical formula that combines the two important factors in heat transmission: reflectivity and emissivity. That is to say, how much heat is reflected, and of what’s not reflected, how quickly heat is released from the coating without passing it through to the substrate. So the higher the SRI, the less heat there is which enters your home. It’s as simple as that in the end. Your Next Steps Shop online for a high SRI (110+) like this heat reflective paint at a price that shows the technology hasn’t been sold to exploit your environmental conscience but because the manufacturer truly believes in the benefits to the consumer and environment from a quality roof paint. So why aren’t the big paint brands seriously promoting heat reflective roof paints? Maybe the answer to that question is similar to why the big car brands took over a decade to get behind their own front runner electric vehicle models. The bigger the ship, the slower it is to turn it around. Global corporations focus so keenly on their bottom line, they simply aren’t adept at putting environmental or even consumer concerns first. They’ve become highly skilled at promoting the perception of focusing on those two priorities, at a tortoise pace and in a conservative manner that insures not the least number of their customer base who follow the path of least resistance are left behind. It seems these multi-national corporations figure there’s no point educating the market when they can sell what they’ve already got to the uneducated. And that’s a solid business model when profit reigns supreme instead of environmental or consumer concerns. A simple case in point is this delightful expression I just caught on some marketing copy by one of the world’s foremost paint brands; they introduced their product with the words “This thick and creamy emulsion...” Honestly, suppose it wasn’t for the image of a branded paint tin. In that case, I couldn’t tell if they were flogging a carbonara pasta sauce, some new latte style, or an exterior coating designed to protect substrate, structure and occupants from the weather. 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Ljubljana - The Capital of Slovenia
Ok guys, a lot of you know I am from Slovenia, and since the country is not widely famous, I decided to write a card to kind of present it to you. So, I hope you will like my quick presentation of a capital of Slovenia, and also a place where I spent most of my time, because of studying. Ljubljana has no world-famous attractions, which is just great: there's no need to hop from one place to another, taking photos and crossing the items on your checklist. You have all the time to stroll around and enjoy the city itself. In the summer, its center hosts a number of city sponsored events, from children workshops and public playgrounds on the streets that get closed for traffic for the occasion, to Trnfest's off-beat street performances and musical events of all genres. In autumn it shows its academic face as it fills again by students of the state's largest university to whom the city owes much of its youthful character. Cold December days are warmed by thousand of lights, the new year's decoration conceived by local artists, and by food and drinks sold from street stands on the banks of Ljubljanica river. After surviving the boring gray remaining of winter, the city erupts again with spring flowers planted on its streets and crossroads. Located at the middle of a trade route between the northern Adriatic Sea and the Danube region, it was the historical capital ofCarniola, a Slovene-inhabited part of Austria-Hungary, and it has been the cultural, educational, economic, political, and administrative center of independent Slovenia since 1991. Ljubljana ("lyoob-lyAH-nah") is a charming city full of artists, museums, and galleries. With a population of 300,000, it is one of the smallest capital cities in Europe. The main language of the city is unsurprisingly Slovenian. Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian is generally understood by most people and frequently spoken fluently by adults, especially those over the age of 40. Most of citizens speak at least some English, many, especially those under age of 30, speak it fluently. It's also worth trying any major European language you speak as you just might be understood. Triple Bridge (Tromostovje), designed by Jože Plečnik, consists of three separate picturesque bridges located next to one another. The neighboring Prešeren square with the statue of Slovenian greatest poet France Prešeren is the central location of downtown Ljubljana and a common meeting point. Across Ljubljanica to the left is Open Market and the Dragon Bridge. Squeezed between the castle hill and Ljubljanica river is the old town with two squares, Mestni trg (City square) with the Robba fountain and the city hall behind it, and, further on, Gornji trg (Upper square). Well preserved medieval buildings now house local designer shops, and several popular cafes and restaurants. Although they may look creepy, the perfectly safe narrow lanes lead to charming little squares and buildings. Zmajski Most (Dragon Bridge), completed in 1901, designed by Croatian Jurij Zainovich. It is guarded by four detailed dragon statues from the city's coat-of-arms. You have to be careful around the Dragon Bridge area, as it is on a major busy road just outside the pedestrian zone and near misses (and worse) between inattentive tourists and traffic are common. Ljubljana Castle - You can catch the "tourist train" from the Triple Bridge to the castle, or walk up the (quite steep) hill to the castle. The tower has magnificent views all over the city. You can also see the Sava River and Kamnik Alps in the distance. Btw, I live just under the castle, so 10 minutes walk to to top. 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How to Discover your Home Decorating Style
Are you confused every time you browse through the internet to find house decorative items for your place? Are you looking for a perfect guide that would help you discover your home decorating style? We are here for you. No more browsing magazines, going to flea markets and following the hectic path. Below is the short and crisp guide for you to discover your home decorating style like never before. To begin with, identify your decor style - is it Bohemian? Coastal? Contemporary? Eclectic? Minimalist? Note the little details in your house decorative items. After you’re down, take a deep breath and scroll down to discover your home decorating style. Luxury Table Lamps: One of the finest house decorative items you can find online is a luxury table lamp. Luxury table lamps are designed with a hint of sophistication and grandeur here and there. They are an extraordinary blend of style and warmth. Luxury table lamps elevate the aesthetics of your room instantly. 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Xu hướng xây dựng nhà lắp ghép độc đáo cho homestay, bungalow resort
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Mẫu nhà lắp ghép 30m2 cho homestay Với mẫu nhà lắp ghép mái vòm 30m2 này sử dụng nội thất cao cấp thích hợp cho những homestay cao cấp, bungalow resort ven biển vì nó có kiến trúc Geodesic dome độc đáo chịu được những cơn bão và sức gió lớn. ♦ Diện tích: 30m2 ♦ Độ cao trần: 4,2m Sử dụng vật liệu nội thất cao cấp , mẫu nhà lắp ghép độc đáo 30m2 này bạn có thể làm căn Second Home ở vùng ven ngoại thành để nghỉ dưỡng cuối tuần cùng gia đình. Khi điều kiện cuộc sống được đẩy lên cao, có nguồn thu nhập ổn định và dư dả con người sẽ nghĩ đến việc thực hiện ước mơ và hưởng thụ. Đặc biệt tìm kiếm các không gian nghỉ dưỡng để an hưởng tuổi già. Hay lựa chọn các căn hộ biển, các khu biệt thự để cả gia đình nghỉ ngơi,…. Và những không gian sống này sẽ được gọi chung bằng thuật ngữ là Second Home. Mẫu nhà lắp ghép 2 tầng đẹp cho homestay Mẫu nhà lắp ghép Triangle 2 tầng này phù hợp cho homestay có ngân sách đầu tư thấp, nó tối giản công năng nhưng bù lại có thiết kế kế bắt mắt gây ấn tượng với du khách. ♦ Diện tích mẫu nhà lắp ghép Triangle này: 3m x 7m và cao 4m Mẫu nhà lắp ghép tam giác (Triangle) Châu Âu Mẫu nhà lắp ghép tam giác này có kiến trúc Châu Âu nhìn khá bắt mắt. Khuyết điểm của kiến trúc này là có nhiều góc hẹp khó binh bố công năng hoàn mỹ... (nguồn hình ảnh: behance) Với mẫu nhà lắp ghép triangle đầy đủ nội thất tiện nghi này phù kinh doanh homestay, farmstay và làm căn Second Home cho những ngày nghỉ cuối tuần thư giản gắn kết yêu thương gia đình. Nhà gỗ lắp ghép giá rẻ cho homestay Mẫu nhà này có kích thước đa dạng từ 15m2 đến 24m2 (tương ứng: 3m x 5m, 4m x 5m, 4m x 6m), nội thất Ông Kiến miễn phí thiết kế nội thất theo yêu cầu của khách. Nói giá rẻ cũng không hẵn là kém chất lượng, do mẫu nhà gỗ lắp ghép này có kết cấu đơn giản, thi công nhanh, ít tốn vật tư hơn những mẫu nhà lắp ghép ở trên nhưng vẫn đảm bảo sự chắc chắn của ngôi nhà. (Nguồn hình ảnh #behance) https://sites.google.com/site/thietkebungalow/xu-huong-nha-go-lap-ghep-cho-homestay Thi công nhà gỗ lắp ghép cho homestay Nhà gỗ lắp ghép của Ông Kiến khá độc đáo và mới lạ ở Viêt Nam nhưng hứa hẹn sẽ đem lại nhiều tiềm năng trong tương lai khi con người quá mệt mỏi, tù túng với không gian nhà hộp phố với 4 bức tường vô vị. Nhà lắp ghép của Ông Kiến có kiến trúc Geodesic Dome giúp ngôi nhà này có khả năng chịu lực tốt mà dáng vẻ vẫn mềm mại. Đặc biệt Dome House được đánh giá cao về tính thích nghi biến đổi khí hậu so với kiểu nhà khối hộp thông thường. Thi công sản phẩm mẫu tại xưởng sản xuất Có nhiều giai đoạn hoàn thiện nhà lắp ghép, mình xin tóm tắt 2 giai đoạn lắp ghép tại xưởng. Đây là hình thực tế tại Xưởng sản xuất gỗ nội thất Ông Kiến. 1. Sản xuất module lắp ghép 2. Lắp ghép nhà gỗ bằng module Thi công lắp đặt nhà gỗ tại công trình cho homestay Dome House Bungalow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNAu8N0vn2g Với việc thi công xây dựng nhà lắp ghép tận nơi giúp giảm rất nhiều gánh nặng chi phí vận chuyển của 2 bên đồng thời có thể thi công dễ dàng ở khu vực sườn dốc hay nhưng nơi du lịch biển đảo mà các mẫu bungalow nguyên khối khác khó tiếp cận được. Vật liệu thường dùng xây dựng nhà lắp ghép cho homestay như: Gỗ là loại vật liệu chính xuất hiện trong xây dựng và nội thất từ hàng nghìn năm nay. Tuy vậy, gỗ không phải là loại vật liệu có độ bền cao, cách âm kém, đặc biệt là với điều kiện khí hậu nhiệt đới nóng ẩm, mưa nhiều như ở Việt Nam. Dưới sự ảnh hưởng của thời tiết khắc nghiệt và môi trường xung quanh, gỗ sẽ sớm bị hư hỏng nếu không có những thủ pháp xử lý và bảo vệ đặc biệt. Giải pháp nhà gỗ lắp ghép này rất phù hợp với các khu nghỉ dưỡng, nhà nghỉ cuối tuần hoặc nhà ở tiện dụng với nhiều mẫu nhà đơn giản, truyền thống, cổ điển, đáp ứng mọi tiêu chí xây dựng cho homestay. Kết cấu sàn bao gồm: ♦ Khung sắt. ♦ Bê tông nhẹ ♦ Ván sàn công nghiệp. Kết cấu "lớp vỏ" nhà gỗ lắp ghép cho homestay bao gồm: ♦ Lớp bitum phủ đá nhập khẩu có tác dụng bảo vệ Dome House chống chọi với thời tiết với độ bền trên 20 năm. ♦ Lớp mút tráng bạc cách nhiệt phủ ngoài hoặc lớp giấy dầu chống thấm hỗ trợ bitum chống nóng và mưa. ♦ Lớp ván ép định hình với khung xương. ♦ Lớp mút xốp 5cm cách âm hoặc phun foam cách âm cách nhiệt. ♦ Lớp trong cùng plywood phủ melamine hoặc vách lamri gỗ thông phong cách mộc. Đơn vị chuyên thiết kế thi công xây dựng nhà lắp ghép cho homestay Uy tín chất lượng tạo thương hiệu, chúng tôi cam đoan điều đó. Liên hệ ngay Nội thất Ông Kiến là đơn vị chuyên thiết kế thi công nhà gỗ lắp ghép cho homestay tại TpHCM và các Tỉnh thành lân cận... 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What an architect actually do ?
I think the general public thinks that architects are actually engineers or that the same thing. And they're not. and that i just want to actually briefly touch on what an architect does, what their role is. If you would like to be one what that appears like. All right, so first I'm gonna say I feel there are a few differing types of architects. consider myself, there are technical architects who are specialized at understanding how things go together, like building details, all the systems that enter a building and therefore the technical aspects of a building, then business architects - people that are specialized at understanding how a business is operated, but might not be that that well tuned when it involves designing or the technical aspects. So if you're brooding about hiring an architect otherwise you want to become an architect just keep that in your mind, that there is not only one track that you simply need to be. therefore the primary role of an architect is what i'd call a "conductor of buildings' '. i feel once I consider music and that i feel like a conductor, the conductor knows what all of the instruments should be playing, but might not have the talents to play every single instrument within the symphony or no matter the band or whatever it's . and that is really what an architect does: they concentrate on how they're going to assemble these instruments together to make something that basically makes plenty of sense. Now an architect, i might say, may be a jack-of-all-trades during a lot of the way . It's Important for an architect to know tons about the HVAC, the plumbing, the electrical, the small print , like how the Assembly's carpentry, tilework. Basically all of the trades literally jack-of-all-trades is that the architect's job on top of understanding code, understanding how a project goes through, coordinating with a client, ensuring that they understand the process and what's happening, and serving as a middleman between the client and therefore the contractor. To sort of, like break things down, so as that everyone is on the same page. So there's parts of engineering that an architect does, but the architect doesn't necessarily do the structural engineering for the building. Architects are able to do that , but i might say that the bulk of architects unless they're more towards that technical side that I wont to be talking about, don't do this because it's a liability. They'll hire somebody else and that they do this with just about everything that they are doing . They hire sub consultants that then advise them on what they ought to do. which so a structural engineer, a engineer , engineer - those sort of engineers and designers will we'll hire to be a neighborhood of their team then the architect becomes the conductor, ensuring that each one of these parts of the team is sensible , so it is the architects you have to know everything that's going into a building and make it work essentially. And Make it beautiful. That's really, I think, what the architect does it is the architect's job to verify that each one of those things coming together, add up for what the client wants in terms of an aesthetic appearance. then when construction starts to form sure that the contractor whoever's building the project is adhering to what the architect is drawn. The "design intent" is what it's called. therefore the drawings communicate the design intent to the contractor then the contractor is supposed to make thereto design intent, but many things get missed in drawings or even can get overlooked, is probably a far better thanks to put it and it is the architect's job to be onsite, to be ready to means various things maybe the architect is looking at. I mean, what percentage times have you ever read a book, an entire page of or a hope for instance an entire chapter of a book and you do not remember all the small print . is actually what happens when a contractor takes it on employment . It's their job to know all that stuff, but sometimes things get missed therefore the architect is there to mention "hey, this is often really important, we'd like to form sure this gets hit". So, this certain requirement is met. So, that's really i feel the only because of describe what an architect does, is do the design , confirm that everything is wise from a functional and programmatic point of view then to coordinate all the sub consultants that are putting their stuff inside the building, all the things that make the building work, confirm that which will be incorporated and doesn't detract from the beauty of the architecture and really confirm that it works. So hopefully it's helped shed some light on what an architect does for you. please visit my website for house plans , elevation designs structural designs https://nimblestudios.in/
Why Do You Have To Wait 10 Days Between Driving Tests?
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