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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 574 - Containers

 
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Jul 11, 2017 10:58 |  #1

Every week we select a new theme, and then go out and shoot that theme. This week the theme is Containers. As always be as imaginative/creative as you like when interpreting the theme, creativity is what we're looking for.


Show us some Containers!


Here are the rules:
1. Shots need to be taken between Monday Sunset and the following Monday by Sunset (Whenever that is for you ). Because this activity is supposed to encourage us to get out and shoot, please don't post old shots from your archives. Snapshots and art are equally welcome -- just get out & shoot, and then share!
2. Post your shots at any time during the week.
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That's it! Have fun! As always be as imaginative/creative as you like when interpreting the theme, creativity is what we're looking for.
An index to previous weeks can be found here: POTN WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK INDEX

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Jul 11, 2017 19:27 |  #2

Well, not all that high on the Creativity scale, but it is one of my favorite containers.:-)


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Jul 11, 2017 22:15 |  #3

Nice pic Terry and I bet I would like the results of that container even more. Are you using it for the bacon and other curing?


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Jul 12, 2017 12:09 |  #4

KT29 wrote in post #18399880 (external link)
Well, not all that high on the Creativity scale, but it is one of my favorite containers.:-)


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Thank Goodness! No More Floating Food!!  :p

So there must be something heavy that fits on top.
I never knew that there was something specific for brining...


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Jul 12, 2017 13:27 |  #5

joayne wrote in post #18400366 (external link)
So there must be something heavy that fits on top.

Or a spring that pushes something down from the lid? Just guessing.


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Jul 12, 2017 13:35 |  #6

Liquid soap container

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Jul 12, 2017 14:52 |  #7

Here in this photo you see the best sweet natural stuff filling the container... :-P

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Jul 12, 2017 17:50 |  #8

John_B wrote in post #18400510 (external link)
Here in this photo you see the best sweet natural stuff filling the container... :-P

Fresh Sweet Fill


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That looks really delicious.ߙ


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Jul 12, 2017 18:04 |  #9

Grizz1 wrote in post #18399959 (external link)
Nice pic Terry and I bet I would like the results of that container even more. Are you using it for the bacon and other curing?

Thanks Steve. I use this one mostly for brining chickens, pork butts, and other 5-8 lb. cuts of meats. It also works great for curing smaller hams. For larger pieces, I also have a much larger briner that will contain a 15 lb. turkey. For bacon I still use a dry cure.ߙ

joayne wrote in post #18400366 (external link)
Thank Goodness! No More Floating Food!!  :p

So there must be something heavy that fits on top.
I never knew that there was something specific for brining...


Meat products tend to float in a brine. This container does have an internal adjustable lid that will keep the meats submerged. No more having to weight down whatever you are brining. It works very well and gets a lot of use.°ߙ


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Jul 13, 2017 12:24 |  #10

A suitcase ...


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Jul 13, 2017 16:30 |  #11

Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.


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Jul 13, 2017 18:15 |  #12

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I do like those types of containers. Good one.ߙ


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Jul 13, 2017 22:59 |  #13

In our kitchen, many things are stored in containers that something else came in. (It's not an all-electric kitchen. It's an all-eclectic one.) This first container is old enough to have nostalgia value for locals who lived in the area at the right time.


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The little jam jars are newer and versatile, and they fit in with the red-and-white scheme.


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In our kitchen, many things are stored in containers that something else came in. (It's not an all-electric kitchen. It's an all-eclectic one.) This first container is old enough to have nostalgia value for locals who lived in the area at the right time.
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Good ones, especially the coffee can. Nice.ߙ


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Jul 14, 2017 00:50 as a reply to  @ KT29's post |  #15

Thanks, Terry!


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