Only a Few Yards Away Tickets, Fri, Apr 23, 2021 at 5:00 PM
During April & May, the Mike Kelley Gallery at Beyond Baroque presents Only a Few Yards Away, a virtual exhibit combining photography by Holaday Mason, paintings and collage by Celeste Goyer, with wall texts by poet James Cushing. The three are members of the Wild Orchid Collective, an interdiscliplinary artist group based in Venice, CA and have worked together on collaborative poems, collage, sound art and video since 2014. The photography and paintings are presented in virtual gallery settings, each image paired with a prose poem by Cahuenga Press poet James Cushing.
The photography and paintings are presented in virtual gallery settings, each image paired with a prose poem by Cahuenga Press poet James Cushing.
On Friday April 23rd at 5:00pm, join them for a reading and conversation about the artwork on Zoom and You Tube live. A group poem in response to the exhibit will be open for one-line contributions during the show’s run of April 5th through May 28th.
About the artists/poets:
Holaday Mason is a poet and photographer based in Venice, CA. Her fine art photography and portraits focus on the beauty of aging and humans as a part of nature. Images in this exhibit were selected from thematic series including: the Red Veil, Yoni, Crone Cloud, Nightie Dancer and Things on the Ground. She’s the author of two chapbooks and five full-length collections of her poetry.
Celeste Goyer is a poet and self-taught artist based in Los Angeles. Her abstract and figurative works are rendered mostly in acrylics, with collage, sculptural assemblage and photography also in the mix. Celeste’s artwork and poetry have been published in print and online journals.
James Cushing’s most recent full-length poetry collection is “Solace” from Cahuenga Press (2018). He holds a PhD from UC Irvine and was the San Luis Obispo poet laureate in 2009-2011. He is also a visual artist.
Only a Few Yards Away
Only a Few Yards Away, an online exhibit combining photography by Holaday Mason, paintings and collage by Celeste Goyer, with wall texts by poet James Cushing, opens April 5th on the Beyond Baroque Mike Kelley Gallery website. The three are members of the Wild Orchid Collective, an interdisciplinary artist group based in Venice, CA and have worked together on collaborative poems, collage, sound art and video since 2014.
The photography and paintings are presented in virtual gallery settings, each image paired with a prose poem by Cahuenga Press poet James Cushing.
On Friday April 23rd at 5:00pm, join them for an online poetry reading and conversation about the artwork. More info on beyondbaroque.org. A group poem in response to the exhibit will be open for one-line contributions during the show’s run of April 5th through May 28th.
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Know Your Bullet Drop and Range When Hunting Whitetails
Accurate range estimation is crucial to determining where your bullet will impact the target. Laser rangefinders can provide quick, easy and accurate ranges. Photo by Ron Sinfelt.
By Travis Faulkner
When you miss, it’s always good to know why. One of the most common reasons for missing a shot, particularly a longer shot, is not figuring the correct range to the target. In close, an error in range estimation may not make enough difference to matter. But farther away, that same amount of error can often mean a miss. The reason is that even though we all know that a bullet drops below the center of our crosshairs when we shoot beyond the distance for which we have zeroed, many of us don’t fully understand how quickly the rate of that drop increases, the farther out we reach. Let me explain.
Let’s say you’re hunting with a 150-grain softnose .308 Winchester load, which is one of the most popular whitetail cartridges in America. It leaves the muzzle at about 2,820 feet per second, according to the manufacturer’s ballistic chart, and you have zeroed your gun at 100 yards, which is the most commonly used sight-in distance among all deer hunters. You’ve studied that chart, and you know that with a 100-yard zero your bullet will hit about 1.2 inches low at 150 yards, 3.75 inches low at 200 yards, and a whopping 14.25 inches low at 300 yards – should you ever dare to shoot that far. You’re prepared to deal with that, because you have a scope with a trajectory-compensating reticle, and you’ve checked to make sure where the bullets actually hit by firing at known-distance targets on a shooting range.
But when you get to the field and encounter an animal that’s not standing at exactly 150, 200, or 300 yards, what happens if you don’t correctly determine how far away he really is? Well, if you use that . 308 to shoot at a deer you think is 100 yards away and he’s actually at 150 yards away, it probably won’t make enough difference to matter, because the bullet only drops an inch and a quarter crossing that additional 50 yards and you’ll still be well within the kill radius if you’ve aimed for the center of his heart/lung zone.
But what if you think he’s 200 yards away and he’s actually 250 yards away? Different story. Your bullet is going to drop an additional 4.3 inches below the 200-yard impact point traveling across that additional 50 yards. So even if you put your reticle’s 200-yard drop marker right on his heart, you’re going to hit more than four inches low. You’re going to miss his heart, and probably shoot under him entirely, even if you’re steady as a rock when you press the trigger.
And, if you range a deer to be at 250 yards (which is a shot at a trophy buck most of us would take in a heartbeat with a .308), and he’s actually at 300 yards, you won’t even touch a hair, even if you’ve got your aim solidly placed for the 250-yard distance, because traveling that additional 50 yards from 250 to 300, the bullet is going to drop yet another six and a quarter inches.
The same applies when we are hunting with handguns, slug guns, muzzleloaders (or even bows), as well. A lot of hunters think that trajectory issues and bullet drop issues are really only important for long-range rifle hunting. Not so. In fact, the problems caused by mistaking the range to your target are often even greater with such “shorter-range” hunting tools than with a high-power centerfire gun. Handguns, slug guns, and muzzleloaders are not as “flat-shooting” as centerfire rifles; their bullets drop quicker and at a faster rate.
Consider a modern full-rifled 12-gauge slug gun firing a high-tech 260-grain sabot slug that leaves the muzzle at about 1,900 fps velocity. If zeroed at 50 yards (still a popular sight-in distance among slug hunters), that slug only drops 1.7 inches by the time it gets to 100 yards. Again, not enough to make a telling difference. But if you think your buck is 100 yards away and he’s actually 150 yards away, your slug is going to hit more than five inches below your 100-yard aiming point.
My own personal favorite new-technology 12-gauge sabot “slug-rifle” will shoot 150-yard groups that are right at two inches with its favorite load, and it will hold a four-inch group at 200 yards. I have no aversion whatsoever to going for a trophy shot at either of those distances with that gun if the opportunity presents itself. But what if I guess the range at 150 and it’s closer to 200? There is nearly a full foot of drop for that slug across those 50 yards. It doesn’t matter how accurate the gun is, or how well I aim for the distance I think the animal is standing. If I don’t have the range correct, I might as well be throwing rocks. And as it gets farther away, the drop becomes increasingly worse, at an increasing rate.
How easy is it to make incorrect range estimates in the field? Really easy, even between 100 and 150 yards, even for the most experienced hunter, depending on terrain, vegetation cover and the size of the animal as it appears through his scope. Out at 200-250 yards, or 250-300 yards, it’s a rare hunter who can guess distance with enough accuracy to overcome the problem of their bullet’s rapidly decaying trajectories, particularly when hunting in unfamiliar country. I can’t, and I’m better at it than most. How dare I say that? Because I’ve practiced, practiced, practiced, everywhere I hunt anything across the country, making guesses on how far rocks and trees (and animals) are away, and then verifying with a laser rangefinder.
When hunting with others, we do it as a game, each guessing, then verifying. I win more than I lose, but not so much these days as before, now that more and more hunters are playing this game because they’re becoming more aware of just how fast their bullets drop the farther out they get.
The laser rangefinder is the critical tool in all this. Get one if you don’t have one, no matter what firearm or archery device you hunt with, and use it – all the time. When hunting on the move, have it attached to your body, clothing, or gear with some type of auto-returning retention device (there are many) so you can instantly throw it up to your eye and get a read, then release it to take your shot. When hunting from a stand or a blind, use the rangefinder to mentally mark known distances to landmarks (bushes, trees, fenceposts, rock outcropping, whatever) all around you, so when something steps out, you’ll already have a close-enough estimate in your mind of how far away he is.
Bottom line? Know your gun’s trajectory. Shoot it at known-distance targets to make sure you know how your scope indexes at different key distances. And use a laser rangefinder in the field — every single time you hunt.
Tennessee Titans’ Derrick Henry still has realistic shot at 2K yards
If running back Derrick Henry realistically gets to within reach of 2,000 rushing yards, the Tennessee Titans absolutely have to let him chase it.
Heading into the final week of the season, the Titans’ superstar running back is only 223 yards away from becoming the eighth member of the elusive 2,000-yard club.
That amount of rushing yards seems like a steep hill to climb with one week to go, but if there is one running back who can make that happen, it is King Henry.
The Titans’ superstar running back has topped the 200-yard mark a total of four times in his young career, and he has scored at least two touchdowns each time, which happens to be an NFL record.
The Alabama product’s single-game high is 238 yards, so he’s rushed for more than the 223 he needs before, and, most importantly, Henry has rushed for over 200 yards in each of his past two meetings with Houston.
In the Titans’ 2019 Week 17 finale versus the Texans, Henry rushed for 211 yards and 3 touchdowns on 32 carries. More recently, he torched the Texans’ defense in the Week 6 matchup when we he went for 212 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries. One of those scores went for 94 yards, also.
If Henry is able to replicate those performances against the second-worst run defense in the NFL, the Titans will not only be AFC South champions, but they will have grabbed a massive confidence boost heading into the playoffs.
Obviously a team win is the most important thing to achieve on Sunday, and whatever game the Titans have to play in order to ensure they end the day as division champions is what they must do.
However, this offense desperately needs to get rolling again so they can have some sort of momentum heading into the playoffs, especially after last Sunday night’s debacle in the snow.
Of course, King Henry can play a major role in doing just that, 2,000 yards or not.
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7 Tips to Shoot a Buck Out to 300 Yards in 5 Seconds
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Fiddling. That’s one of the major problems with modern, firearms deer hunters. Bowhunters seem to practice and train and figure out their operating procedures so they can ready, aim and fire smoothly and relatively quickly. Rifle hunters? Not so much.
“I plug my ears and watch the deer, expecting it to absorb the hit at any second, but it doesn’t happen because these guys I’m guiding are turning scope dials, folding out bipods and otherwise fiddling around with gear when they should be shooting!” a Montana guide told me. “More than half of the deer, which should have been dead, turn and walk away. Drives me crazy!” Don’t be that guy. Train to shoot smoothly, quickly, precisely. Here are seven tips to help you get it right.
Tip No. 1: Hop on the Bike
Bicycle racers don’t shift gears smoothly and at the right time by wishful thinking. They ride and practice for hours upon hours. Do the same with your rifle. It doesn’t require expensive ammo. Just lock up your cartridges, stuff a white cloth in your rifle’s action/chamber so it can’t possibly harbor a round and start handling it … daily. Get the gun out of the safe at least once a day, double check to make sure it’s safe and start carrying it, getting it off your shoulder, raising it to your eye, finding targets in the scope and pretend firing. You are building muscle memory as well as muscle, both of which will help you shoot faster and more accurately afield. Work up a system whereby you quickly, smoothly and consistently get the rifle to your shoulder, up to your face and on target, ready to fire. The following exercise will help with that.
Tip No. 2: Eyes on Target
Don’t look at your scope and expect to find the target in it. It’s not in the scope, it’s out there, wherever “there” happens to be. If you change focus from a distant deer to the scope right in front of your face, you’ll lose the deer and spend precious seconds weaving the gun around, trying to find it in the scope. The key to finding game in a scope is to keep both eyes open and hard focused on the target while you raise the rifle to your face. Don’t duck your head to the rifle. Lift the butt and comb to your face. If it doesn’t fit, raise your shooting hand elbow. This raises the shoulder pocket as well as the rifle. If it still doesn’t fit, lower the scope if possible or add an aftermarket, lace-on comb pad.
It’s helpful to start with a scope at its lowest power. That increases field-of-view so you can see objects near your target, helping you to locate it. But really, if you maintain that hard focus on the target, it should show up darn near under the reticle. As you practice and improve, crank up scope power to 6X, 8X, 10X, whatever. Experienced, trained scope shooters can find a running jackrabbit 30 yards away through a 10X scope.
Tip No. 3: Dry Fire
Buy a snap cap (dummy) cartridge or three for your rifle. Load them up and go through the motions of loading, firing and reloading. Repeat. Concentrate on your hold/aim and trigger control. Dry firing is perfect practice because it builds the proper trigger control muscle memory — because you know the rifle isn’t loaded and can’t fire, you don’t flinch. Do this several times a week in conjunction with tips No. 1 and No. 2 above. Observe all safety rules and always, but always, double check that the magazine and chamber are empty of any live cartridges. It’s really best to lock all live cartridges away until heading to the range or field.
Tip No. 4: Adjust for MPBR
Maximum Point Blank Range is the ultimate zeroing system for quickly hitting a deer out to 300 yards without knowing the exact distance. No time wasted using a laser rangefinder. If you zero a typical, modern, bottlenecked deer cartridge (from .243 Win. through .300 Win. Mag. shooting spire point bullets) at 100 yards, you’ve wasted its potential. You’ll need to know if your quarry is at 200 yards, 250 yards, 300 yards, etc., because the bullet drops rather quickly. It never rises so much as an inch above your line-of-sight, but will drop about 4 inches at 200 yards and almost 12 inches at 300 yards. Zero this same bullet at 250 yards and it will strike about 3 inches high at 150 yards, 2 inches high at 200 yards and only 3 or 4 inches low at 300 yards. If you aim for the vertical center of a deer’s chest (the average chest being 17 inches top to bottom) you will strike it somewhere in the lungs or heart clear out to 300 yards. No hold over or under ever required.
You can figure out the exact flight (trajectory curve) of any load with computer programs or by zeroing 2 to 3 inches high at 100 yards, then shooting a big paper target (always aim for the center) at 150 yards, 200 yards, 250 yards and 300 yards. Most hunters are pleasantly surprised to see all holes no more than 4 or 5 inches above or below their aiming point, and this falls easily within the killing zone of a whitetail’s chest.
Tip No. 5 Assume the Position
“Assuming the position” doesn’t mean you’re under arrest. It means knowing how to quickly assume the steadiest shooting position for any hunting situation. Chances are this won’t be a shooting bench with sand bags, so get off that bench once you’re zeroed and practice field positions. Prone is steady, but rarely works because of grass, rocks and rising ground. Sitting with a support bipod or tripod is versatile and gets you above most ground cover. You can spin on your butt to change shooting angles, raise or lower the bipod to change shooting angles steeply up or downhill, place elbows on knees to steady the gun, lean back against rocks, trees, etc. to slow body motion. A trained shooter can reliably put bullets on target to at least 400 yards this way. But it takes practice. Try it. Figure out how to get your butt on the ground quickly, rifle to your shoulder, get the sticks under the fore-end and scope on target. Go for smooth and consistent, then work toward fast. Ideally you should be able to go from “there’s the buck!” to “bang, you’re dead” in about five seconds.
Tip No. 6: Read the Situation
Train to constantly assess terrain and habitat to anticipate your most efficient action should a shot suddenly be presented. Keep your scope power rather low. You should realize if brush is so high a sitting shot won’t work before you sit to attempt one. Don’t waste the time. Go for your steadiest standing shot. In hilly terrain you might need to run backward up a hill to clear a shot over intervening brush. If a stand of trees is nearby, you should anticipate leaning against one for rifle support on a steady standing shot — and know how to best do this.
Tip No. 7: Train, Train, Train
Once you’ve addressed all of the above, seal the deal with live field shooting. The more you go through the actions and fire at deer-sized targets at varying, unknown distances from 10 to 400 yards, the better you’ll know your gun, its trajectory and yourself. Train to perform smoothly, quickly and accurately. After dropping 10 or 20 consecutive rounds in a deer-sized target out to 300 yards, you’ll KNOW you can do it. Then, when that big buck stops between two trees 273.67 yards away to stare at you, you’ll get him before he runs away. That’ll make you happy and, should you be working with a guide, it will make him so happy he might give YOU a tip. Well, maybe not.
Hunt honest, shoot straight.
— Gun, ammo and optics expert Ron Spomer hosts “Winchester World of Whitetail” and is the creator of the app “Everything Whitetail.” Learn more at www.RonSpomerOutdoors.com.
Velocity and Ballistic Coefficient
Bullet mass and shape, together known as ballistic coefficient (B. C.), combine with velocity to determine how flat a bullet shoots, how hard it hits and how much it is deflected by wind. The higher the muzzle velocity and bullet B.C., the better. This is the real value in magnum cartridges. The extra punch doesn’t matter so much as the flatter trajectory. Maximum point blank range with a .618 B.C., 140-grain .264 bullet driven to 3,200 fps extends to nearly 350 yards. Zero this bullet 2 1/2 inches high at 100 yards and it will peak 3 inches high at 150 yards, be dead on at 275 yards, fall 11/2 inches low at 300 yards and just 5 inches low at 350 yards. Aimed for the center of a 12-inch circle, it will score every time — if the shooter does his or her part.
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Only Yards Away but Miles Apart
The most apropos phrase to describe the events revolving the election from the past few days would be “a failure to unify.” One does not require clairvoyance to predict that this will be a theme which continues to plague our nation to its bedrock.
The 2020 Presidential Election simply invigorated the partisan hatred and feud that has been boiling beneath the surface for the past four years and the claims made by President Trump of a fraudulent election stoked the fires burning in the hearts of his supporters, but also his critics.
A new president has, for better or worse, been elected by the people of the United States, but as a nation we are unable, much like the president himself, to concede our partisanship and embrace a national pride and respect for our own countrymen.
When multiple major news organizations announced on the morning of Nov. 7 that they projected Joseph R. Biden Jr. would win the state of Pennsylvania — thus securing the 2020 Presidential Election — there were to be two obvious but opposite reactions: celebration or disappointment.
It seemed that only momentarily, the protests and demonstrations of joy would break out at any minute. In New York, Philadelphia and Boston, supporters of the Biden campaign flocked to the streets in celebration of President Elect Biden’s election. Here in Madison, it followed the same spirit.
Students, residents and activists alike congregated outside of the State Street corner of the Wisconsin State Capitol Building in what turned out to be a massive gathering. When I arrived around 1 p.m. on Nov. 7, the crowd was sizable, yet modest. However, by 3 p.m., it was overrun by supporters, as they listened intently to those speaking from the megaphone at the steps. One unnamed activist who took center stage asked all those in attendance to make merry and not engage with anyone who came to “disrupt their celebration.” Some began to dance in the street, as spirited music blared from speakers.
While this was occurring though, there was an equal and opposite reaction only 150 yards away, on the other side of the building. Disillusioned by the loss of the election, Trump supporters gathered bearing “Make America Great Again” hats and American flags. Chants rippled through the crowd such as “stop the count” and “they are stealing.” Many were dressed in camo and some brandished rifles and pistols as they made use of open carry laws here in Wisconsin.
Eventually, participants from the Biden celebration made their way over to voice their disapproval of the Trump supporters and their continuous shouts declaring the election to be a vast conspiracy of falsehoods. Clashes emerged and individuals from both sides began to shout at each other and obscenities were exchanged, but virtually nothing at all was said. You could feel it within both crowds that if you were a member of the “opposing” side, you were not welcome and sharp looks of disdain would promptly be shot your way.
Saturday’s events in Madison were but a microcosm of an entire nation’s hatred and animosity between the divided political groups. Some in the media have claimed that they hope there is a return to normalcy after this election and that the bridge of bipartisanship will be repaired but I must admit, I doubt this with the deepest of convictions.
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These two groups of people were a football field away from each other. They may have grown up in neighboring towns. Perhaps they even went to the same church or rooted for the same football team. Today, however, it was clear that they viewed each other as enemies. The State Capitol building felt as if it had territories of rival factions, for a day, and if one was to walk 100 yards in a different direction, they may find themselves behind enemy lines.
When agitators from either side would rally to the other to engage in debate, such debate was nowhere to be seen. No intelligent arguments were conveyed to the other, and no one tried to explain their own beliefs and reconcile. They yelled at each other, they spouted claims of racism or communism. Nothing was achieved.
Even in the midst of an election with record voter turnout, there was not any mutual admiration for the process of democracy.
These events seemed to be a perfect example of the tension that will continue to reach a boiling point, as the fight for the Senate and the House of Representatives will continue to rage on. In particular, Georgia — which had been at center stage for much of the Presidential Election — will experience two runoffs this January which could very well decide how the Senate majority could lean, whether left or right. This battle will continue to rage on in the coming months and I predict it may turn ugly, especially between Senate leaders who are striving with equal vitriol to foster party superiority within the Senate. The frustration we will no doubt see play out between the aisles, will continue to spill into our very own streets as well.
Such a display was troubling to say the least. I suspect similar scenes are being played out across the nation currently, and because of this great political chasm, President-Elect Joe Biden certainly has his work cut out for him. It is unclear how he will try to bridge a gap that seems cavernous, or if it can be at all.
Saturday was meant to be an example of democracy and of the power of our First Amendment rights which granted us the freedom to stand outside the State Capitol Building and either protest, or celebrate. In some cases, that devolved and laid bare a path for our primal instincts of anger and mistrust to prevail instead of our virtues. We are still a nation which refuses to reevaluate our convictions, on both sides of the aisle.
Perhaps we as a nation can heal the wounds we have dealt to each other. Perhaps not. Nonetheless, in a completely apolitical sentiment, I think we, Republicans and Democrats, moderate and far, should wish President-Elect Joe Biden all the luck in the world. I suspect he will need it.
Ian-Michael is a freshman studying Political Science and Journalism. What do you think the future holds? Can a more united America emerge from this? Send all comments to [email protected]
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Estacada rental burns as other home untouched 100 yards away
Kathy and Pete Boden’s house is fine, but they have no water
by: Lisa Balick, KOIN 6 News Staff
Posted: / Updated:
ESTACADA, Ore. (KOIN) — Kathy and Pete Boden had 2 homes on their property in Estacada, one they lived in and one they rented out. When the Riverside Fire engulfed the area after the Labor Day windstorm, their home was left standing.
But 100 yards away, their rental home was destroyed. The Bess family — Michelle, Jeff, Jacob and Maddy — living there had just minutes to flee in their car as the fire approached. Firefighters said the home burned up in 20 minutes.
Kathy and Pete Boden’s house was spared from the Riverside Fire but their rental property was destroyed, September 21, 2020 (KOIN)
Estacada evacuation orders downgraded to Level 1
Boden said there were sentimental items the renters lost in the blaze.
The Boden family in Estacada lost one of their 2 homes in the Riverside Fire just 100 yards apart, September 21, 2020 (KOIN)
“She had 2 urns in there – but they were wood – of her parents,” Boden told KOIN 6 News. “She said she had a necklace in here with her mother’s ashes in it. We don’t know if that will ever be found.”
Bess Family Fire Fund – GoFundMe
Even though the Bodens house was left standing, they’re really not staying there. They rely on a well and the pump house burned, taking away their water. They’re still keeping their cars packed with belongings as they come and go daily.
Neighbors continue to put out spot fires in the area.
The evacuation level for the City of Estacada was downgraded to Level 1 — “Be Ready” — effective at 1 p.m. Monday, the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office announced.
As of Monday morning, containment of the Riverside Fire is up to 25%. The inferno has swallowed nearly 140,000 acres of the Mt. Hood National Forest.
A virtual community meeting is set for Monday evening on the Riverside Fire Facebook page
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A family in Clackamas County lost one of their 2 homes in the Riverside Fire, but now have no water, September 21, 2020 (KOIN)
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|Princeton once played with Yale. The Yale lost the ball two yards from the goal line.||Επαιζε το Yale, εναντιον του Princeton …… και ενω η μπαλλα, ηταν στη γραμμη, δυο γυαρδων του Princeton, το Yale την εχασε.|
|Three yards from are the bodies of the center guards.||Ένα μέτρο μακριά από αυτήν, τα πτώματα της εθνοφυλακής.|
|I am standing just a few yards from where the mysterious rocket was found … forest, 20 yards from the car.||Το σώμα του τύπου ήταν μέσα στο δάσος 20 μέτρα από το αυτοκίνητο.|
|I think you were sitting a few yards from the crime scene.||Σίγουρα καθόσουν λίγα μέτρα από την σκηνή του εγκλήματος.|
|It is located 170 yards from the impact site.||Ένα τόσο δύσκολο κομμάτι που θα καθορίσει το νικητή. Κύριε.|
|We are now … Getting started? We are 25 yards from the Iraqi checkpoint on the Iranian border.||Είμαστε περίπου 25 μέτρα απ’το φυλάκιο των συνόρων.|
|Seven hundred yards from us.We’re getting closer.||Στα 700 μέτρα και πλησιάζει.|
|May I remind you that this is a man legally required to stay no less than 100 yards from William Shatner’s .||Να σου θυμίσω ότι είναι υποχρεωμένος από το νόμο να μένει τουλάχιστον 90 μ. μακριά από τον Ουίλιαμ Σάτνερ.|
|To be at least an hour 50 yards from the front line is a lot to restore the spirit of a soldier.||Ακόμη και 50 μέτρα πίσω απ’το μέτωπο για μια ώρα αλλάζουν σημαντικά την ψυχική κατάσταση ενός στρατιώτη.|
|“Coma boy found 20, yards from meteor impact.”||Νέος σε κώμα, βρέθηκε σε αγρό κοντά την πτώση μετεωριτών.|
|Ocean 300 yards from Tapia house.||Λoιπόv, εδώ είvαι o ωκεαvός, 300 μέρα απ’to σπίτι τoυ Tάπια.|
|We are somewhere 200 yards from the hut.||Είμαστε περίπου 200 μέτρα από τη καλύβα.|
|The woman from apartment 32, 50 yards from the crime scene, I heard a man’s voice.||Μια γυναίκα στο 32, 45 μέτρα απ ‘τον τόπο του εγκλήματος … άκουσε μια αντρική φωνή.|
|We are about two hundred yards from them to the right.||Είμαστε περίπου 200μ. στ ‘αριστερά.|
|Moreover, he is in New York, and no further than 1000 yards from of this building.||Πιστεύουμε ότι είναι περίπου 900 μέτρα μακριά απ’αυτό το κτίριο.|
|The place I gave you is only 46 yards from the entrance.||Η θέση που σου έδωσα είναι μόνο 42 μέτρα μακριά από την μπροστινή πόρτα.|
|“Police found the bodies of three children in a shallow grave in the forest, less than 50 yards from home of the famous physician Harrison Wright. από την κατοικία του εξέχων γιατρού, Δρ Χάρισον Ράιτ.|
|One day I was three hundred yards from Chelmsford.||Ήμουν 280 μέτρα μακριά από τον Τσέλμσφορντ.|
|On the embankment, Eli. 100 yards from of my suite.||Στην προβλήτα, Ιλάι, 100 μέτρα από τη σουίτα μου.|
|Their dog found you in the desert 20 yards from the road||Ο σκύλος τους σε βρήκε στην έρημο. Περίπου 20 μέτρα από το δρόμο.|
|On the right, about a hundred yards from you are a red car. Do not take your eyes off it||Πρόσεχε εκεί πέρα. Στα 91 μέτρα υπάρχει τρακαρισμένο αυτοκίνητο στην δεξιά πλευρά. Πρέπει να την προσπεράσεις.|
|And he could hit a bottle with a bullet a hundred yards from himself.||Πετύχαινε τενεκεδάκι από τα 90 μέτρα.|
|You must stay 100 yards from me.||Υποτίθεται ότι έπρεπε να μένεις 50 μέτρα μακριά μου.|
|If the shot is fired at 100 yards from me, the bullets fly towards me.||Αν πυροβολήσεις στα 90 μέτρα, η σφαίρα θα έρθει πάνω μου.|
|And here I stand just a few yards from the American border||Και να ‘μαι. Λίγα μέτρα μακριά από τα αμερικανικά σύνορα.|
|Such. When someone is standing 30 yards from do we hear and see the world exactly as it is?||Μόνο αν καθόμαστε 27 μέτρα μακριά βλέπουμε και ακούμε τον κόσμο, όπως είναι.|
|A good ram will take them out in minutes, and they are only fifty yards from water.||Ένας καλός κριός μπορεί να την γκρεμίσει κι είναι κοντά στη θάλασσα.|
|Are you talking about the woman who ours is dead 30 yards from of his father?||Εννοείς τη γυναίκα που βρήκαμε νεκρή … δυό βήματα απ ‘τον πατέρα του; Ναι, ακριβώς.|
|About 100 yards from beach.||Περίπου 90 μέτρα έξω απ ‘την παραλία.|
Dom Pedro Golf Resort 4 * – Portugal, Algarve – Hotels
- Golf Resort
- Family Hotel
- SPA Resort
Dom Pedro Golf Resort is located just minutes from the best European golf courses in Vilamoura, 100 yards from the coast and 50 yards from the casino.Dom Pedro Golf Resort has 266 rooms, including club rooms, on 9 floors, as well as apartments for three guests with a playground and ocean views.
Club suites offer their guests extra services, including bathrobes and a fruit basket upon arrival, balconies with panoramic views, restaurant reservations and a sun lounger by the pool are also available.
The state-of-the-art spa and outdoor swimming pool features an organic color scheme with overflow purified water.The Dom Pedro Golf Hotel has a beach area especially for guests.
The hotel has a well thought-out catering concept, Dom Pedro Golf has two restaurants: Oliva, which serves Mediterranean cuisine a la carte menu, and White, which offers a buffet. The Grill restaurant with an open area in the garden is open for its guests during the summer season.
The sports opportunities in Vilamoura are not limited to golf and water sports. For visitors and residents of the hotel there is a wide range of sports entertainment, including a tennis club and several sports centers where you can play squash and badminton, go in for shooting and bodybuilding, swimming, aerobics and many other sports.The hotel offers its guests meeting rooms, as well as conference rooms with a total area of 1,750 square meters, with the ability to accommodate up to 450 people in 20 rooms.
|A few yards away, two little boys in sailor suits were trying to make a toy yacht sail out across the Pond.||A few yards away, two boys in sailor suits were launching a toy yacht.|
|Someone was muttering, only a few yards away toward the Castle Rock.||They muttered just a few yards away from the Castle side.|
|Tolland walked to a control panel a few yards away, put his hand on a lever, and locked eyes with the man lying on the deck.||Tolland walked to the control panel, which was a few yards from the apparatus, put his hand on the lever and looked into the eyes of the defeated, but not surrendered enemy.|
|The main road is just a few yards away, easy to escape.||The main road is just a few meters from the hotel, easy to escape.|
|The Minster Church of St Mary the Virgin should not be mistaken for the similarly named St Mary’s Church, Castle Street, which is only a few yards away.||St Mary’s Church should not be confused with St Mary’s Church of the same name on Castle Street, which is just a few meters from the hotel.|
|Carnegie is buried only a few yards away from union organizer Samuel Gompers, another important figure of industry in the Gilded Age.||Carnegie is buried just yards from union organizer Samuel Gompers, another major industry figure in the golden age.|
|The Royal College of Physicians were based in Amen Corner, a few yards away from 1614 to 1666.||The Royal College of Physicians was founded in Amen Corner, a few yards away from 1614 to 1666.|
|Focused air vortices can have the force to blow out a candle or disturb papers from a few yards away.||Focused vortices of air can have the force of blowing out a candle or disturbing papers from a distance of several yards.|
|The barns for these animals were usually just a few yards away from the cheese production rooms.||Barns for these animals were usually located just a few yards from the cheese making facilities.|
|Nobody came to the front door, but Bonnie Peairs opened the side door leading to the carport and saw Haymaker standing a few yards away.||No one approached the front door, but Bonnie Pierce opened the side door to the garage and saw Haymaker standing a few yards away.|
|Garber was seventy yards away down the steep slope.||Garber was seventy yards down the steep slope.|
|Something glittered behind a bush about a hundred yards away.||About a hundred yards behind a bush, something flashed.|
|The charging horsemen were less than a hundred yards away.||The attacking horsemen were no more than a hundred yards away.|
|The loaded rifle was five yards away and he ran towards it, knowing it was too far, hearing the hooves behind him, and then the saber cut into his pack and threw him flat on the ground.||The loaded gun was lying five yards away, and he rushed to it, knowing that he would not make it in time.|
|Fifty yards away William Dodd watched the cloud of smoke made by the Scottish muskets.||Fifty yards from the square, William Dodd peered into the smoky curtain that hid the enemy.|
|Then he turned away and I followed him out of the gazebo and across its yard to the trail.||Then I turned around and I followed him out of the gazebo and across the courtyard to the path.|
|For a moment she didn’t notice the hum of insects, the murmur of men’s voices as they worked yards away.||For a moment, she stopped hearing the annoying buzzing of insects and the muttering of the men who were working in the distance.|
|Several bolts of white fire were flung after the fleeing caravan-glinting stars which dwindled away after a few hundred yards.||Several white-fire discharges darted after the wagon, but their shooting stars went out, having flown a couple of hundred yards.|
|Then they lifted him up and flew away with him to the Witch’s castle, where he was placed in a small yard with a high iron fence around it, so that he could not escape.||They took him to the Sorceress’s castle, where he was placed in an iron cage with strong rods.|
|Sees this tree branch move about 50 yards away.||Sees a branch on a tree moving 50 yards away.|
|And if the bus is going to stop and it’s three yards away from the bus stop, you’re just a prisoner.||And if the bus stops three meters from the bus stop, you are just a prisoner.|
|A signal booster could pick up our wi-fi 300 yards away.||The signal amplifier works within a radius of 300 meters.|
|Only a hundred yards away, inside the thick walls of St. Peter’s Basilica, the world was serene.||And a hundred yards from this pandemonium, beyond the mighty walls of St. Peter’s Cathedral, darkness and complete silence reigned.|
|This moving and fetid rag must have stunk in the nostrils of dainty folks ten yards away.||In ten steps, this walking, fetid rabble should already offend the sense of smell of sensitive people.|
|He let Jack lead the way; and Jack trod with theatrical caution though they could have seen an enemy twenty yards away.||He left Jack in the lead, and he acted with comic precautions, even though they would have spotted the enemy from twenty yards away.|
|At the top of a dune about a hundred yards away was a uniformed guard carrying a rifle.||At the top of the dune, about a hundred yards away, stood an armed uniformed guard.|
|I walked away from the projectile towards an outcropping of rock some five hundred yards away.||From the projectile, I headed straight for a rock outcrop about five hundred yards from the pit.|
|It’s not in any dispute that Danny’s father, Mark, was 50 yards away from the murder scene.||It’s impossible to argue that Denny’s father, Mark, was 50 yards from the crime scene.|
|You were sitting there with your husband, and you were slicing up a pear for your son, and Frankie and his friends were 15 yards away, and somebody was playing music.||You were sitting there with your husband, cutting a pear for your son, Frankie and friends – fifteen meters away, and someone turned on the music.|
|He was crouching ten yards away, vomiting seawater.||He crouched nearby and coughed convulsively – he was vomiting with sea water.|
|It may be a candle in a house, I then conjectured; but if so, I can never reach it. It is much too far away: and were it within a yard of me, what would it avail?||Probably a candle in the house, I decided. “If so, there’s no way for me to get to her: she’s too far from me; but even if she was near, what good would it be?|
|The device was more than thirty yards away, behind an ultrathick wall of tinted Plexiglas.||The trap that looked like a transparent tennis ball was a good thirty yards away. The spectators were protected from it by thick and, in addition, darkened organic glass.|
|He had to go a couple of hundred yards before he came in-sight of the lorry, parked by the roadside half a mile away.||About three hundred paces, he saw a familiar truck at the edge of the road half a mile further.|
|Only a yard away, trapped in the Triton’s claws, the clamped Delta soldier was howling in pain as he bobbed like a puppet on a stick.||A yard away from her, a Delta unit fighter, clutched in a grip and swinging like a puppet on a string, was screaming madly in pain.|
|The shots came from 700 yards away, and you bring me a two-bit drug dealer.||The shot was fired from 700 yards away, and you brought me two lousy drug dealers.|
|You see, when they kicked the ball, the right goal post … upon my sacred word of honor … the right goal post… moved about a half a yard away and let the ball pass.||You see, when they hit the goal, the right post … honest noble word! .. the right post … moved fifty centimeters to the side and missed the ball …|
|Officers are in a circle around them 100 yards away.||The police surrounded them a hundred yards away.|
|His eyes came back to this little metal thing hanging between heaven and earth, six yards away.||He turned his gaze to a small metal object that hung between heaven and earth six feet away.|
|Now, turkeys can pinpoint a call from 100 yards away, so silence is golden if we’re gonna pick off one of these suckers.||A turkey can pick up sound from 100 yards away, so silence is golden if we want to shoot one of these chicks.|
|Certain boards have been found stowed away in a corner of Bland’s building yard.||Several planks were found in the corner of the Blands house courtyard.|
|I was expecting to find a wound consistent with a 7.62 cartridge fired from over 50 yards away.||I expected to see a hole there from a 7.62 caliber bullet fired from a distance of 46 meters.|
|Puffing and panting about five yards away.||Five yards from me, puffs and fights shortness of breath.|
|Then suddenly, as we approached Kew, came a number of people running, and the upperworks of a Martian fighting-machine loomed in sight over the housetops, not a hundred yards away from us.||As we approached Kew, several people ran past us and over the rooftops – about a hundred yards from us – the top of the Martian’s war machine appeared.|
|She could see the President twenty yards away waiting at the entrance.||The President stood twenty yards ahead, ready to leave.|
|Only fifty yards away, the pale curvature of the dome had all but disappeared in the blustery blackness.||They walked only a mere fifty yards, but the pale curve of the dome almost disappeared from view, plunged into darkness.|
|Why didn’t you make a copy and keep it in a fireproof box … and keep it at least 100 yards away from the original?||Why didn’t you make a copy and hide it in a safe and keep it at least 100 meters from the original?|
|No one, not even Jack, would ask him to move and in the end they had to build the fire three yards away and in a place not really as convenient.||No one, not even Jack, dared to ask him to move, and in the end they began to lay the fire three yards away, in a much less convenient place.|
|Using a Bluetooth sniper rifle, the hacker can receive signals from a thousand yards away.||With the help of a Bluetooth spy gateway, a hacker can receive signals within a radius of thousands of yards.|
|Well, sir, with all due respect, that’s about 2,000 yards away from the motorcade.||Sir, with all due respect, this is two kilometers from the motorcade.|
|After a few hundred yards they turn off and point to a house that stands a little distance away among the trees and shrubbery.||After a few hundred meters, they turn off and show us a house standing to the side and looking out from the trees and bushes.|
|It’s transmittable from up to 200 yards away.||It is transmitted over 200 yards (180 meters).|
|Two hundred yards away, he said, are all your fashionable acquaintances with nothing on earth to do but to stare at each other and at us.||Two hundred yards from here, ”he said,“ your worldly acquaintances are walking around, and they have nothing to do but stare at you and at each other.|
|Then she sped silently to the blacksmith-shop, fifty yards away; and what she did there can only be surmised.||Then she walked silently towards the forge, which was fifty yards away.|
|The nurse toddled away with a smile toward his brown staff car, parked about twenty yards away at the edge of the rectangular clearing.||The sister, smiling, trotted over to a brown command vehicle that was parked twenty yards away at the edge of the square parade ground.|
|He had not long been dead, but they had not buried him in the earth in the grave-yard, but had placed his coffin above ground, away from the other graves.||He died recently, but they did not bury him in the sand of the cemetery, but put the coffin on top of the ground, away from other graves.|
|Pump Street is not two hundred yards away, they cannot be retreating down that road.||There will not be two hundred yards to Nasosnoye: they could not retreat in that direction.|
|His six-shooter was thirty-five yards away lying on the grass.||His revolver was lying in the grass, thirty-five yards away.|
|Dispensary locations to be at least 300 yards away from the nearest school.||The pharmacy must be at least 300 meters from the nearest school.|
|The Commandments were written on the tarred wall in great white letters that could be read thirty yards away.||The commandments were written on a dark oiled wall in large white letters visible from thirty meters away.|
|I went to the back yard and found Jem plugging away at a tin can, which seemed stupid with all the bluejays around.||I went to our backyard, where Jim was firing in a tin can – the stupidest thing to do when there are a lot of jays around.|
Murray believes the Cards will have three receivers with 1000 yards. But Hopkins needs to be on his guard – First & Goal
Many agree that Arizona is heading in the right direction.The team plays in one of the most difficult divisions, but relies on the attack (inviting Cliff Kingsbury to the coaching bridge) and is slowly picking up the most powerful receiver corps. Yes, of course, let’s not forget about the draft pick of franchise quarterback Kyler Murray.
Murray was the offensive rookie of the year last season (3,722 yards, 20 touchdowns, 12 interceptions, 64.4 percent completes). He more or less lives up to high expectations, and his confidence in his hosts is so strong that Larry Fitzgerald, DeAndre Hopkins and Christian Kirk, according to Kyler, could turn out a 1000-yard reception season.Everyone.
Can Larry Fitzgerald, DeAndre Hopkins and Christian Kirk all get 1,000 yards this season: “Oh, yeah for sure. I definitely think that’s possible.” – Kyler Murray.
– Josh Weinfuss (@joshweinfuss) August 13, 2020
Three receivers, tight end or running back with 4-digit receiving yards in a year? This has happened only five times in NFL history. True, the last team with such a feature was the Cardinals in 2008. Then Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin and Steve Briston figured out 262 catches for three and all scored more than 1000 yards, and the team reached the Super Bowl.
Arizona top veteran Larry has hit the 1,000 yard mark nine times in his career. He will soon turn 37, but he stopped just 196 yards from repeating last season with the rookie quarterback. Hopkins has had three consecutive 1000-yard seasons. As for Kirk, his best record so far is 709 yards and three touchdowns for the 2019 season.
If Murray manages to add quality in his second year in the NFL (as did, say, Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson), then Arizona are able to carry out the plans of their passer.True, the same Hopkins will probably have a harder time than the Texans. There he used to be the main (and sometimes – almost the only) target at the reception. In the 2017 season, he had the best 174 assists in the league, and over the past three years this figure has never dropped below 150 shots. In another attack system, the degree of his involvement in the game may be somewhat lower.
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Yards from scrimmage
Yards from scrum is a football statistic on the grid.In the game of soccer, progress is measured by the progress of the soccer ball towards the opposing team’s goal line. Progress can be made during play by the offensive team by advancing the ball from the advance point at the start of the game, known as the scrum line. When the attacking team propels the ball forward by throwing the ball, the ball carrier is awarded a difference in progress, measured in yards. When the attacking team propels the ball forward by receiving a pass, the player who catches the reception is awarded the difference in progress, measured in reception yards.Although the ball can also be promoted into the penalty area, these yards do not count as scrum yards. Progress lost to quarterback bags is classified differently across the leagues of the game, with the rules in some leagues changing over time. The sum of haste yards and reception yards is called scrum yards. This definition of yardage differs from a general offense, which is a yardstick for throwing the ball rather than receiving the ball.
This is an important stat for scattering defenders who make a significant contribution to the attack on the pass.Many teams have special pass formations in which the best receiving runners are replaced in the game. Some running backs are notable for being their primary running and passing weapon. Notable running backs known for scrum yards include Roger Craig, the first National Football League (NFL) player to zip 1,000 yards that season, Walter Payton, the NFL career record holder for runners (until he was broken by Emmit Smith.). and Chris Johnson, one season NFL record holder.Thurman Thomas once led the NFL for yards from scrum for four years in a row.
Scrum yards are different from universal yards, which include all kinds of return yards, such as opening yards, scrum return, intercept return, and scrum return, in addition to scrum yards.
What is the size and marking rules of a standard FIFA football field
Football is the most popular sport in the world.The rules of the game are the same for all countries and continents. And it doesn’t matter if it’s a game between children on the street or a world championship.
The first “universal” football rules were adopted in 1863. And in 1886, four British football associations founded the International Football Association Council (IFAB), solely responsible for the development and adoption of the rules of the game. FIFA joined IFAB in 1913.
The laws of football are relatively simple. But the requirements for the football field must strictly comply with the established standards for size and arrangement.The football arena is a complex engineering project. And the higher the level of competition, the greater the requirements for compliance with the FIFA Laws of the Game.
Requirements for football field standards
DOWNLOAD [PDF] picture of soccer field markings (based on IFAB Rules of the Game 2018/19).
Rules for measuring the parameters of the field for football
Traditionally, all parameters of the football field are measured in yards (British distance unit), since it was the British associations that came together and founded the IFAB.
Measurements are taken outside of the lines as they are part of the area they are bounding.
The ratio of the length and width of a football field depends on its purpose. It is important that the sideline of the court is longer than the goal line.
Marking rules and dimensions apply directly to the playing court. But when designing a football stadium, it is important to consider the areas around the pitch behind the goal line and the technical areas behind the sidelines of the football field. Since the turf extends beyond the marking lines of the football field to ensure the game and the placement of the technical area.
What is the size of a standard soccer field?
The maximum and minimum dimensions of the football field by marking:
Width : minimum 45 meters (50 yards) and maximum 90 meters (100 yards).
Length : minimum 90 meters (100 yards) and maximum 120 meters (130 yards).
What is the area of fields in hectares: from 0.405 hectares to 1.08 hectares (or from 4050 to 10800 square meters ).
Important to remember!
When designing football field , it is necessary to provide space outside the playing field (runs or outs)
Such safety zones for players are needed around the entire perimeter of the playing field.
Runs or Outs – The distance from the edge of the playing field to the first seats that allows free movement of players and match officials. The free space outside the site must be flat.
Race size (FIFA and UEFA requirements): minimum 1.5 meters around the entire perimeter of the football field, from the same turf as on the playing field. Tiles or treadmills are placed behind the turf.
How many meters is the football field for international matches?
Length : minimum 100 meters (110 yards) and maximum 120 meters (130 yards).
Width : minimum 64 meters (70 yards) and maximum 75 meters (80 yards).
The size of the safety zone: 7.5 m behind the goal line and 6 m on the sides of the playing field. Therefore, the total area of the field, including the playing field and the surrounding area up to the first line of seating, is 120 m by 80 m.
For large events and important matches where a large influx of media is expected, it should be expanded to 125m by 85m.
The above recommendations for the parameters of the football field are extremely important for the hosting of the FIFA World Cup.The implementation of which is closely monitored by the International Football Federation (FIFA).
The picture shows an example of marking a football field with a minimum size of 45 * 90 m.
DOWNLOAD [PDF] picture of soccer field markings (based on IFAB Rules of the Game 2018/19).
The playing football field must be:
- is indicated by solid lines;
- green grass.
Football pitch is applied with white grass, the same height as the entire pitch. All lines must be the same width, but no more than 12 cm (5 inches). It is generally accepted that the standard width of the marking for football is 10 centimeters.
Marking lines must be continuous and enter the area they delimit.
The two lines that delimit the football field along the long sides are called side lines, and the two short lines are called goal lines.
White artificial grass may be used to mark a football field with natural turf.
What is the center of the field? How to determine the location of the center of the field?
In each of the halves of regular and extra time, as well as after each goal scored, the players of the two teams go to the center of the field to make the kick-off.
To calculate the location of the center of the field, the football field is divided into two equal parts by the middle line. The center line connects the midpoints of the side lines of the football field. In the middle of the center line, the center of the field is marked, around which a circle with a radius of 9.15 meters (10 yards) is drawn.
Gate area. Dimensions of the goal area.
The goal area (goalkeeper area) is marked on the right and left sides of the football field. This is the area from which a goalkeeper or another player takes a goal kick.
From points 5.5 meters (6 yards) from the inside of each goalpost, at right angles to the goal line, two lines are drawn into the field. These lines are connected by a line parallel to the goal line, forming a closed rectangle.
The dimensions of the goal area: 18.32 (20 yards) by 5.5 meters (6 yards).
What is the penalty area? Penalty area
A penalty area is marked on each half of the football field. This zone is necessary for the location of the players of football teams when a penalty kick is taken.
The dimensions of the standard penalty area of the football field : 40.32 (44 yards) by 16.5 meters (18 yards).
A penalty mark is drawn within the penalty area, in the center of the goal line and at a distance of 11 meters (12 yards) from it.An arc of a circle with a radius of 9.15 meters (10 yards) is drawn outside the penalty area. The center of this arc is at the 11-meter mark.
What are corner sectors? Sizes of corner sectors
At each of the four corners of the football field, an arc is drawn with a radius of 1 meter (1 yard) centered in the corner of the field, outlining the sector for corner kicks.
At a distance of 9.15 meters (10 yards) from the boundaries of the corner sectors, at the goal lines, marks may be made used to determine the distance at which players are when taking a corner kick.
Flags must be posted on flagpoles at least 1.5 meters (5 feet) in height with a non-pointed top in all corners of the football field.
Technical area at the stadium
The technical area is designed to accommodate team officials, substitutes, technical staff. The number of persons is determined by the rules of the competition. It is recommended that the markings be used to identify the location near the football field.
Football goal.What are the dimensions of a soccer goal?
A goal on the pitch must be centered on each goal line. They can be made of wood, metal or other material that meets FIFA standards.
Goal for full size football field :
Width of goal (distance between posts): 7.32 meters (8 yards).
Gate height (bottom of crossbar to ground): 2.44 meters (8 feet).
The goalposts and the crossbar must be white and of the same width, which does not exceed 12 centimeters (like all marking lines).
detail that everyone missed during the farewell
Prince Philip thought of his funeral to the smallest moments. And there is one very interesting moment: he made sure that every moment in the farewell ceremony was visible not only to relatives, but to all people.
To do this, he asked the photographer to hide in a fake column in order to photograph his funeral at close range, in order to obtain the “perfect picture”.
“With a mailbox-shaped slot, it was exactly like the birdwatching skins where Prince Philip spent hours during his seclusion in Sandringham, his Norfolk estate,” he said.
Arthur Edwards, an 80-year-old photographer, showed an amazing vantage point that allowed him to capture “family pain up close” at Saturday’s funeral.
“When his coffin walked past my cache into the chapel, it was my last look at the person I photographed for 40 years, then I was filled with memories of an incredible person.
This is the most unusual place I have photographed the royal family from.I was close enough to see how Prince Charles looks broken.
Almost crying, I saw that he was aware of the full burden of the task ahead – to take care of the mother and the monarchy ”.
“I was just two yards away from the unbridled emotions of the royal family as they bid farewell to the Duke of Edinburgh.” .
From his hiding place the photographer said that indeed, the warring brothers Prince Harry and Prince William “never once looked at each other”.But he considers it a good sign that after parting the brothers still talked.
“This was the sign that I prayed for, which means there is hope of reconciliation at Windsor House.