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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 706 - Things That Start with the Letter "S"

 
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Apr 09, 2020 23:00 |  #31

Renata, your photos bring back memories and a smile for me. I never had a store bought shirt until I was a Senior in high school, my mother made most of our clothes including my Sisters prom dresses and Wedding dress. So one day a wise guy noticed my shirts did not have labels in them so he gathered a following to ridicule me. My Mother began making custom labels, a genius idea as it stopped them making fun of me, they incorrectly thought I was wealthy as I could have my clothes all custom made.

I never picked up the skill, can't sew a seam along one side of a handkerchief,:-)


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Apr 09, 2020 23:34 |  #32

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Rhody, there may be a depth of field challenge going on between the
steeple shot and the large, round, bright light in the back ground. Nice image!

So we who live in different Hemispheres have a different view of the Moon. A person standing on the North pole looking straight up and a person on the South pole looking straight up are actually looking in opposite directions, those would be the extremes of course .
So I tried to understand Joayne's explanation, my today was Trevor's yesterday and soon to be his today is my tomorrow but I give up because I'm always a day behind (or more) anyway when getting my work done,-?
Sorry Joayne for the cloudy skies and no Moon showing for you, not knowing I have to ask, do you need rain or is it welcome this time of year?


Thank you! True, I had the focus set on the steeple. I know I should have bumped up the ISO and stepped down the aperture a bit. Next time, if I get a chance.

Stay safe, everyone.


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Apr 10, 2020 02:28 |  #33

Grizz1 wrote in post #19043079 (external link)
Rhody, there may be a depth of field challenge going on between the
steeple shot and the large, round, bright light in the back ground. Nice image!

So we who live in different Hemispheres have a different view of the Moon. A person standing on the North pole looking straight up and a person on the South pole looking straight up are actually looking in opposite directions, those would be the extremes of course .
So I tried to understand Joayne's explanation, my today was Trevor's yesterday and soon to be his today is my tomorrow but I give up because I'm always a day behind (or more) anyway when getting my work done,-?
Sorry Joayne for the cloudy skies and no Moon showing for you, not knowing I have to ask, do you need rain or is it welcome this time of year?


Steve.. I'm a day late, and a dollar short  :p always.. but I do love your image .. Thanks for playing ;-)a


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Apr 10, 2020 02:33 |  #34

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Don.. I think I could use those, if I can't find mine.. It's snowing up on the mountain tonight!
If Coachella were actually happening, it would be the most unusual festival since the first..
Never seen weather like this here, or at this time of year...


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Apr 10, 2020 02:46 |  #35

Still seems like summer, so I'm on BBQ cooking duty again - smoking Steaks & Sausages!


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Apr 10, 2020 13:56 |  #36

Plenty of moon shots this week so I thought I'd take one of the sun using IR filter and solar filters. With just the solar filter it usually comes out orange and smooth looking. Adding the IR filter gave it a purple look with a bit of texture to the sun's surface.


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Apr 10, 2020 15:25 |  #37

OldCrow wrote in post #19044102 (external link)
Plenty of moon shots this week so I thought I'd take one of the sun using IR filter and solar filters. With just the solar filter it usually comes out orange and smooth looking. Adding the IR filter gave it a purple look with a bit of texture to the sun's surface.


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No sunspots?



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Apr 10, 2020 18:48 |  #38

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No sunspots?

That's what I keep looking for, so far no luck.


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Apr 11, 2020 13:52 |  #39

Spruce tree on this Snowy Saturday.:-):-)


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Apr 11, 2020 21:41 |  #40

Sweater, made by me. The original label from who knows how long ago was hand embroidered by me before i got my own printed labels. :)


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Apr 11, 2020 21:46 as a reply to  @ KT29's post |  #41

Nice shot Terry, I have some of the white stuff in my forecast, not looking forward to it.


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Apr 11, 2020 21:49 |  #42

Grizz1 wrote in post #19043770 (external link)
Renata, your photos bring back memories and a smile for me. I never had a store bought shirt until I was a Senior in high school, my mother made most of our clothes including my Sisters prom dresses and Wedding dress. So one day a wise guy noticed my shirts did not have labels in them so he gathered a following to ridicule me. My Mother began making custom labels, a genius idea as it stopped them making fun of me, they incorrectly thought I was wealthy as I could have my clothes all custom made.

I never picked up the skill, can't sew a seam along one side of a handkerchief,:-)

I used to make my own clothes all of my life. My graduation dress, a killer one was gorgeous that everybody asked what boutique did you get it from...hahaha....made it myself. My kids had been dressed in designer clothing that I couldn't afford but copied and made at home. Mothers used to stop and ask: where did you buy this gorgeous outfit for your kid? Well, I didn't.
Made suits of Italian silk and shirts of the finest shirt silk for my late husband. Pulled apart one shirt that he had by Christian Dior, much to his shock and when I said that i would make some for a fraction of the price he rolled his eyes. And then when it was all finished, guys at work asked him about the shirts and orders kept coming in. Back then a Christian Dior shirt, talking about 35+ years ago was $150. When I made it, the silk was maybe $25. No more bragging.


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Apr 11, 2020 22:58 |  #43

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Spreading fertilizer on Spring time pasture, forest land in back ground is Set aside land, 50 acres that we have chosen to take out of farming production and set aside for wildlife.
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"Seasoned" the new grill this afternoon after assembly and after 3 times of heating/cooling it for the so called seasoning process I had to try it out. May not have been the best choice of food yet it was a success. I like cooking when I can let the smoke roll, set the burners on high and go for it.

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Apr 11, 2020 23:03 |  #44

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"Seasoned" the new grill this afternoon . . .

and Sausages.


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Grizz1 wrote in post #19044877 (external link)
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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2iPm​t2X  (external link) IMG_9368 (external link) by steve findling (external link), on Flickr
Spreading fertilizer on Spring time pasture, forest land in back ground is Set aside land, 50 acres that we have chosen to take out of farming production and set aside for wildlife.
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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2iPm​uwW  (external link) IMG_9377 (external link) by steve findling (external link), on Flickr
"Seasoned" the new grill this afternoon after assembly and after 3 times of heating/cooling it for the so called seasoning process I had to try it out. May not have been the best choice of food yet it was a success. I like cooking when I can let the smoke roll, set the burners on high and go for it.

Looks good Steve. A little fertilizer and food. A pretty nice day.ߙ°ߙ


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