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1. Taking pictures a tool (camera), not a photographer. 2. The choice of tool limits the possibilities. 3. Experience allows him (instrument) less and less to limit their capabilities. 4. The ability to see is given only when the observer allows ... 5. The moment of observation is the real find ... 6. Training and mastering it defies. Training leads to poor imitations of the original. 7. Often the result should ripen, like wine. Although time is the understanding of the mind, therefore it is very speculative. 8. The meaning of all this is the process! 9. Let it be! youtu.be/2pQrWPpUN1U www.facebook.com/oleg.pivovarchik.1971 listenwave.smugmug.com #FilmOFone Yu, yu (name - yu) is the letter of the majority of Slavic Cyrillic alphabets (29th in Bulgarian, 31st in Belarusian, 32nd in Russian and Ukrainian; excluded from Serbian in the middle of the 19th century, into the Macedonian Serbian, not introduced). It is also used in the writings of some non-Slavic languages. In Cyrillic, the Cyrillic is usually considered the 33rd in order (Early Cyrillic letter Yu.png), and the 34th in the verb (GlagolitsaJu.gif). Numeric value does not matter. The name in the Slavic alphabet coincides with the modern - "u"; in the Old Church Slavonic languages this is the accusative case of the short form of the pronoun of st. she (rus. her), but the coincidence of this word with the name of the letter can be random. The origin of the Cyrillic letter is the Greek ligature IǑ, ιǒ (ΙΟΥ, ιου); there is no generally accepted theory for the Glabolic form, but most often it is related to the Latin digraph Inscription in Cyrillic had few variations, mainly differing in the position of the connecting dash (it could be in the middle, as in the current fonts, or at the top, as well as oblique). Variants with different sizes of letter elements were used: something like GO with a connection along the upper edge o, usually this form indicates the northern origin of the manuscript. This form sometimes penetrated into printed fonts, for example, in the publications of Francysk Skaryna. In the Old Russian shorthand, the yating mark sometimes degenerated into something like a c-shaped stroke above the letter o, thus the letter took on the form of the Greek delta δ. In the Old Slavic monuments of the XII-XV centuries there is another version of the letter - “negotiable Yu” with the same meaning At the beginning of words, after vowels and dividing signs, there is a pair of sounds / ју /, after consonants - their softening (if possible) and sound / y /. After the consonants, however, in the Russian letter is put is not quite free, except for borrowing. After b, p, c, f, m almost always requires separation with a soft sign (beat, drink, twist) or the letter l (love, save, catch, graft, feed), although rare exceptions are possible (to the pigeon). After hissing w, w, h, u, laryngeal g, k, x, and also after u are not used. After h, s, d, t there are also some historically determined restrictions that allow you to put y after these consonants in nouns (prince, crucian, nail, guest), but not in verbs (slyamzyu, slaps, blyu, postu forms are colloquial, and in a literary language there must be a change in the consonants, as in glide, vachshu, I will supply, I will forgive). Exceptions to the rules described above relate to borrowing (bust, bügel, music stand, deja vu, elector, murid; jury, pamphlet, parachute, Čiurlionis; gyurza, ditch, Hue; Zürich, etc.), most of which are foreign-language names and titles.
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