How can you go without sleep for seven days and not be tired?
Sleep at night.
Interesting Fact: In the early 1900s, a few notable photographers, Alfred Stieglitz and William Fraser, began working at night. The first known female night photographer is Jessie TarboxBeals. The first photographers known to have produced large bodies of work at night were Brassai and Bill Brandt. In 1932, Brassai published Paris de Nuit, a book of black-and-white photographs of the streets of Paris at night. During World War II, British photographer Brandt took advantage of the black-out conditions to photograph the streets of London by moonlight. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_photography )
Interesting Fact: Ancient civilizations built stone basins to capture and hold precious drinking water. A carved stone basin, dating to around 2000 BC, was discovered in the ruins of the ancient Sumerian city of Lagash in modern Iraq. The ancient Assyrians constructed a series of basins in the gorge of the Comel River, carved in solid rock, connected by small channels, descending to a stream. The lowest basin was decorated with carved reliefs of two lions. The ancient Egyptians had ingenious systems for hoisting water up from the Nile for drinking and irrigation, but without a higher source of water it was not possible to make water flow by gravity, and no Egyptian fountains or pictures of fountains have been found. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fountain )
That photo makes me break out to a Dead Or Alive song.
♪ ♫ You spin me right round, baby
Right round like a record, baby
Right round round round ♫ ♪
Interesting Fact: Thomas Edison began to understand the principles of recording and playing sounds in 1877 when he discovered how to play back a recorded message through the telephone. Edison released his idea to the world when he invented the first record player on November 21, 1877. ( http://www.ehow.com/about_5052873_record-players.html )