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Sequence (#F2ab):Img.118/ Img.119
Here is a photograph of a small contol vine, which I use to determine the density of the rainfall of these highly radioactive droplets about which I write in item #F5 der Webseite Food handling.
A photograph of this control vine taken on December 4, 2015 in the E-W direction. By November 30, 2015 (counting from the beginning of the New Zealand spring of 2015), in this vine as many as three leaves were burned with highly radioactive single raindrops - as for the last of these burned leaves I documented in item #F5 and in "Photo #F1abc" of this page. (When the previous two leaves were burned, I did NOT yet have the radiation monitor described here.) This vine shielded by a transparent Plexiglas tube can be seen in the lower center of the above photograph. To illustrate its height, I intentionally placed a soft garden chair next to it. At the time the photo shown here was taken, it had already grown to a height of about 60 cm from the previously about 25 cm tall single stump to which it was gobbled up in the winter of 2015 by the voracious possum that sneaks into my garden at night. It is also worth noting that I intentionally planted it near the post of a miniature "pergola" (partially visible in this photo) that I built along the northern fence of my garden - so that after it grows out, this vine climbs up this post and spreads over the upper surface of this pergola.
The same control vine, this time photographed in a south to north direction on January 7, 2016. Since the previous photograph (a) was taken, as many as three more of its leaves have been burned by the radioactive droplets discussed here. For a number of reasons, however, I decided NOT to cut these leaves, hence the reader can spot them in the above photo in the area between both strings holding the plexiglass sheet in a roll-up.