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Of course the moon is always a good subject to photograph. This second images is of Portland Oregon at twlight
Close up of Old Alarm Clock using defused led lights
Full moon and a image of the waterfalls at the entrance to the Health Care Center in town
taken indoors under a grow lamp
Out taking the dog for a walk when I saw this Holly Hock still blooming this late into the yearTaken with my FujiFilm Finepix S3200Aperture: F 5.8Exposure: 1/56sISO: 800
they are not passing DC through the transformer it is a pulsed DC that is being passed and then stepped up by the transformer, in this case 220V this is not AC but a pulsing DC IF you look at it on a O-scope you would clearly see it is not a AC signal but a pulsating DC square wave. Anyone with a very basic understanding of electronics would know that. You are introducing a 12 V square way and the output is a stepped up pulsating DC Square wave. All transformers can indeed pass a pulsating DC voltage.
that would be called a modified square wave and really shouldn't be used on sensitive electronics IE: computers, or inductive loads like a refergrator
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I make it quite often, though my bread recipe only calls for 4 cusps flour and 1 1/2 cups water approx. and just 1 teaspoon of salt. I get 2 - 2 pound loafs from it. I am not really sure just what putting black pepper into it brings to the table