Wireless Access Point Detector. Uniden Wireless Telephones.
Wireless Access Point Detector
- A device or instrument designed to detect the presence of a particular object or substance and to emit a signal in response
- electronic equipment that detects the presence of radio signals or radioactivity
- rectifier that extracts modulation from a radio carrier wave
- any device that receives a signal or stimulus (as heat or pressure or light or motion etc.) and responds to it in a distinctive manner
- Indicate a particular time, direction, or reading
- Direct or aim (something) at someone or something
- indicate: indicate a place, direction, person, or thing; either spatially or figuratively; "I showed the customer the glove section"; "He pointed to the empty parking space"; "he indicated his opponents"
- Direct someone's attention to the position or direction of something, typically by extending one's finger
- a geometric element that has position but no extension; "a point is defined by its coordinates"
From Plateau Point
A view upcanyon from Plateau Point. The canyon immediately to the right is the one we had ascended earlier that morning. Phantom Ranch and Bright Angel Campground are hidden just inside the canyon that enters the main canyon on the opposite side, in the upper right of the frame.
Incidently, while enjoying this view we were swarmed by a bunch of bugs similar to flying ants. They didn't bite, but they sure seemed to enjoy landing on us and buzzing in our faces. I remember thinking how bug-free our hiking had been up to that point (excluding some kind of biting ant that put a hurt on one of my toes at our previous campsite), and how odd it seemed that these bugs were swarming in the hot sun. It is only recently that I think I have figured out why the swarm was there, which you'll see a few photos later.
Wellington point - 26th March - Explored #4. This is just unreal.
Last week was very satisfying in terms of photography. Three of my images made it to explore. Wow was a Hatrick.
Today morning I headed to Wellington point and the signs were there for a cracker of a sunrise after yestreday's amazing sunset. There weren't too many colours but the sky made up for it. No complaints whatsoever.
Met with May (Zephyrus). Was good to see you.
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