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Photo365 - 90 - Good News?


Photography and music are my two passions. I edited photography magazines for around 20 years and launched the UK's first digital imaging magazine. I founded ePHOTOzine and was owner / publisher until 2013. The photos in my portfolio are ones I like from shoots I do in any spare time I have.
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Photo365 - 90 - Good News?

31 Mar 2011 8:48PM   Views : 3717 Unique : 257

A trip to the hospital today to have an EMG / Nerve Conduction test and I have to say it hurt! Quick fire electric shocks up the arm like putting your fingers in a plug socket over and over again. We'll not quite as powerful, but I certainly felt it. Must have been 50 or so shocks.

Also on the subject of numbers I was intrigued to hear on the radio today that there are an estimated two million potholes on the roads at the moment that need fixing. Who counted them?!

And today when testing flash I needed to position a head 2 meters away from the wall and guestimated the distance before measuring accurately and I was surprised I got it bang on. Who says men always incorrectly estimate when giving measurements?!

Back to the point of the picture of the day.
It's from the Sheffield Royal Hallamshire Hospital. This is the area where you catch the lift, and is now used as a waiting room.

It's doesn't feel right waiting in the lift area, but was certainly less crowded than a typical waiting room. It's twice the width of this. The woman was on the phone...good news I wonder? I hope mine is when the test come back.

Taken with my iphone and the hipstamatic app.

Tags: Waiting Hospital Phone Lifts Reception


KarenFB Plus
16 5.9k 184 England
1 Apr 2011 7:09AM
Your tests sound horrific to me!! I'm not sure I could stand that, I'm quite sensitive to electricity (even a little piglet fence can throw me on othe floor with loss of vision! amused the mother-in-law though! I was lying in the mud and rain and I could hear her cackling in the background!) Smile, even static shocks can have me gasping! You lay there whilst they did it on purpose!?! You brave, brave man (I hope the tests were helpful after all that!).

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