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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Lite4, Aug 2, 2007.
Excellent job as usual Geek Man.
Hey Eddie, you pierce point aficionado. Hehe. I am a pierce point virgin also. Maybe we have to be a little more open minded. I have never been an advocate of using a lamp that looks very similar to the headlight on my fathers car of 30 years ago, but maybe there is something to it.
Accent Outdoor Lighting
Our snow was just about gone then last night we got 6"... with more later in the day!
Is this winter ever going to end?
I drove home from Naples Fla. to Ontario in that miserable blizzard we got a week or so ago... 32 Hours non-stop got us from Naples to London Ontario where we gave up. (usually takes me 24 - 26 hours, door to door) 40 - 45 mph max from the Georgia border, through Tenessee (sleet, lighting, & FOG), Kentucky (sleet, freezing rain, snow), Ohio (snow), Michigan (SNOW) and then ran into the perfect storm of wind and snow in Ontario. It was insane, but much safer to push on through the night with no traffic then to bear trying to travel with a bunch of yahoos who dont have snow tires or know how to drive in the stuff.
Here at home we have had record snow fall for the season... I only hope it melts soon! I have LOTS of work to do.
we broke a sweat here today at a nice 82 degrees. Pollen is terrible tho... windy and yellow pine pollen everywhere.
Not a weekly project. July 2007, some of our first projects, but looks good.
We did only house lighting and nothing on the landscape, trees etc. This flashy path light not ours, and customer didn't want to take it out, so not our fault.
Hot spots on the photo from the camera. But almost our customers likes when things are bright
All Unique, probe-osm, nova
Is that a private residence or a commercial building? What a cool home if it is! Obviously I am a bit partioal becuase you used our products but that set aside it is a very nice deisgn IMHO. Great job Egor!! Keep them coming!! Hey make sure to go check out my Unqieu forum, I ams tarting a ne thread as we speak regarding photos of projects using our lights.
Thanks for the support!!
Thanks for good words, Joey!
Its private residence, shoot from backyard. Architector was someone famous from UK, many $$$, expensive bricks, stone etc. All fasades are lit, but not so brigthly. House is from dark brick and we use narrow beams to hightlight columns. 64 fixtures total
awsome house there. Nice job on the lights. I too like the probe OSM and OBM to structural lighting. The novas are great when a 20w fixture is needed but sometimes on 2 story you need the 35w punch and the novas dont cut it there. They are however one of the finest in grade compact fixtures I have seen and used.
Hey buddy use spell check already...geez You didnt even spell your company name right!!
I know some of you were thinking that!!