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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 704 - On a Walk

 
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Mar 29, 2020 13:23 |  #31

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Spotted a letterbox gnome today on my walk - not sure if it would be better if the mask had been used, or not. Hope folks don't touch it either way.


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The mask is upside down :rolleyes:
Of course frogs don't have the prominent nose humans have..;-)a


We don't know if that mask had been used while sanding or painting sometime in the past..
let's not make assumptions or jump to conclusions.
I have a couple of masks that I've used for sanding in the waaaaay back. They are still hanging over my workbench.
I'm not going to put them on my face now :eek: Very dusty! :lol:

Nice landscapes Grizz and kb.. Makes me want to breath deeply! :-):love:


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Mar 29, 2020 13:41 |  #32

Still surviving here. Took my lab for a walk this morning to the pond down below my pasture. Very windy, rainy, and cool out today. Looked like a little ice yet on the back of the pond. Some waterfowl on the pond now. Took a pic of this old birch tree that was along the walkway. Stay safe everyone.:-):-)


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Mar 29, 2020 13:41 |  #33

joayne wrote in post #19036067 (external link)
The mask is upside down :rolleyes:
Of course frogs don't have the prominent nose humans have..;-)a

We don't know if that mask had been used while sanding or painting sometime in the past..
let's not make assumptions or jump to conclusions.
I have a couple of masks that I've used for sanding in the waaaaay back. They are still hanging over my workbench.
I'm not going to put them on my face now :eek: Very dusty! :lol:

Nice landscapes Grizz and kb.. Makes me want to breath deeply! :-):love:

You could just wash them. :p


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Mar 29, 2020 16:35 |  #34

Nope.. They are not washable.
Neither is the one on the froggy... That's paper
They are single use if used for medical purposes, but fine for chores.


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Mar 29, 2020 16:58 |  #35

joayne wrote in post #19036195 (external link)
Nope.. They are not washable.
Neither is the one on the froggy... That's paper
They are single use if used for medical purposes, but fine for chores.

I didn't know that they're made of paper. I've been making my own and for donations. Some are close to being N-95 and are made of HEPA vacuum cleaner bags.but just a washable mask with a vacuum filter insert is easy to whip up.


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Mar 29, 2020 17:45 |  #36

Took Bailey and Enzo out for a 2 mile walk around the neighborhood. They crashed in the office when we got home.


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Mar 29, 2020 18:07 |  #37

joayne wrote in post #19036067 (external link)
The mask is upside down :rolleyes:

I think the metal nose-piece looks like a smiley-face, so probably intentional (and we are in the southern hemisphere!)


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Mar 29, 2020 22:40 |  #38

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Took Bailey and Enzo out for a 2 mile walk around the neighborhood. They crashed in the office when we got home.

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I crashed after a 5-mile walk, too. No surprise :)


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Mar 29, 2020 23:19 |  #39

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Oh, we had a high of 41 degrees today. You are allowed time to reconsider ;-)a

Thanks. I'll reconsider for two months. It ought to have warmed up a little by then.


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Mar 29, 2020 23:39 |  #40

joeseph wrote in post #19036258 (external link)
I think the metal nose-piece looks like a smiley-face, so probably intentional (and we are in the Southern Hemisphere,!)

LoLz joeseph, and with that Southern Hemisphere sense of humor ...


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Mar 30, 2020 11:52 |  #41

From my walk around the garden: shot this green anole molting. Unfortunately it was moving fast and I cut the tail off.


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Mar 30, 2020 12:04 |  #42

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Unfortunately it was moving fast and I cut the tail off.

Ouchhhh. I bet that hurt! :p


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Mar 30, 2020 12:20 |  #43

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Great shot Renata!

Thank you, Mark.


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Mar 30, 2020 15:25 |  #44

A few snowflakes, but mainly just unsettled skies on today's walk

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Mar 30, 2020 22:12 |  #45

Paul, when you took this last pic, how far are you from your home? You aren't going for a drive very far if any right? Hope you don't mind me asking, I admit to being just a little envious, :-)


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