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Teleportation is an essential way of getting around on larger servers. In this top 5 we will show you the best teleportation plugins!

In this series we are going to take a look at various plugin categories, and we will be spotlighting the 5 very best each time!

Spotlighted plugins:
Multiverse: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-mods/multiverse
PortalGun: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-mods/portalgun/
TravelPortals: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-mods/travelportals/
RandomLocation: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-mods/randomlocation/
Essentials: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/essentials/

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OSX apps I currently use (January 2010)

Some cool really good plugins images:

OSX apps I currently use (January 2010)
really good plugins
Image by dougbelshaw
I use some of these a lot more than others…

The Smoker III
really good plugins
Image by Bo47
www.justwalkedby.com/2014/08/the-smoker-iii/

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I’m still running around Beijing, trying to find good spots to photograph in shitty weather, it’s been all misty here the last three days. which makes the sky flat and grey, and really not photo friendly.

So today’s photo is from a trip to Holland back in 2008. I made quiet a few adjustments to this photo, removing a lot of people in the back ground and the using the Analog Efex Pro 2 plugin from Nik, to give it this nice and cool oldish look.

Blue Jeep from Curacao
really good plugins
Image by Captain Kimo
captainkimo.com/blue-jeep-from-curacao

Not a photo from Thailand… this one was shot during my trip in Curacao last year. I have about 100 HDR images from all my trips in 2010 with me and I’ll be posting them since I won’t be doing too much shooting out in the Buriram. Plus there isn’t a lot of interesting things out in the country that would really take advantage of HDR. I guess that will be my challenge while I’m here. So far the best time is during sunset and sunrise when there is some color in the sky. Anytime in between is nothing but overcast, which isn’t good at all for HDR images.