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    24 hours project would be mostly about self portraits for me?

    Quote Originally Posted by walterick
    Gawd who'd a thunk the 24 hours project would be mostly about self portraits for me?

    LOL!
    Hey, you get your jollies where you can!

    ;-)
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    Talking ps...had I known we were supposed to do self portraits...

    Now Adina, you know Rick and I are going to use ANY excuse to post self portraits. (We also KNOW that you love it!)

    The concept of "24 Hours" is to document a day in your life. Therefore, it stands to reason that a day in my life must include...ME! A day in Rick's life must include him. A day in your life must include you. You get the idea.

    :-D
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    Talking Chunk

    I LOVE the "Atlas Cold Storage" with the snow on it! Priceless!!!

    The field of snow with the corn stalks (?) is a great pattern shot. I really like that one too!
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    Talking Troy

    I love the ice in the chain link fence shot!

    I've never seen anything like that before, where the ice forms sheets between the links.

    That is so cool!!!
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    Talking "We weren't "supposed" to do self portraits today..."

    "it kinda just turned into that.

    Speed, see what you started?!"

    Guilty as charged!

    But I did it for you Rick. I knew you would post some self portraits, and I didn't want you to catch grief for it. So, being the friend I am, I went ahead and started it so you could post all the self portraits you wanted - guilt free! Because Speed started it.

    :-D
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    Talking Re: Lights Out

    P.J.

    Great shot of the cats!
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    Wink Plus his arms got amputed in a tragic scroll saw accident

    Geez, industrial accidents going on at your place...

    Tsk, tsk. How tragic indeed!

    ;-)
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    Talking Hey Alex...

    I love the Enterprise blasting Klingon warships over your bed!

    When I was in college, I had a F-86 Sabre shooting down a Mig-15 over my bed.

    :-D
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    Talking ...it's how you hold your tongue!

    So THAT's what I've been missing in my self portraits!!!

    Thank you for pointing this out for me buddy!

    Great shot BTW!!!
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    Re: Winter 24 Hours! Pictures here!

    Well, I forgot the camera on the kitchen counter last night, so no photos from kickboxing. I guess that's all I have.
    I sleep, but I don't rest.

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    Re: ps...had I known we were supposed to do self portraits...

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed
    Now Adina, you know Rick and I are going to use ANY excuse to post self portraits. (We also KNOW that you love it!)

    The concept of "24 Hours" is to document a day in your life. Therefore, it stands to reason that a day in my life must include...ME! A day in Rick's life must include him. A day in your life must include you. You get the idea.

    :-D

    Very good point. Day late and a dollar short on this one, no self portraits for me.
    I sleep, but I don't rest.

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    Re: Sunrise through Lunch.

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    That third one is really nice, Chunk. Love the patterns and the subtle light and shadow differences on the snow.
    Thanks John. I have to get back to that location because I noticed that the patterns are better a quarter mile down the road but my hands were already frozen by then yesterday.
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    Re: Chunk

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed
    I LOVE the "Atlas Cold Storage" with the snow on it! Priceless!!!

    The field of snow with the corn stalks (?) is a great pattern shot. I really like that one too!
    Thanks Speed. Attracted to patterns as I am, I have to be real careful to not drive off the road with conditions like this.
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    Re: Lunch through Afternoon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    I did try to get a few others that might be more than snap shots. Oh yeah everything today is done with the Fuji P&S.
    I like the bricks, of course. The others too. What's the story behind the bell?
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    Re: Lights Out

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John
    Night night. Sleep tight.
    Great finish John.
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    Re: Lunch through Afternoon.

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    I like the bricks, of course. The others too. What's the story behind the bell?
    Thanks Chunk. That brick sidewalk is part of the old sidewalks up by the courthouse. They were there long before the part you saw on down the hill. As for the bell it was in the original courthouse that stood where the one I have pictured is located. It survived the confederate raids into the northern parts of Kentucky when many courthouses were burned. It was torn down in the early 1950's. The bell was stored in the attic of the new courthouse and forgotten. It was found about five years ago when the courthouse was going through a renovation and the new cupola was being added. they were going to reinstall it on the courthouse but decided to give it a place of more prominence in a little green space that had been created on the courthouse hill just up from where you and I had lunch.
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    Re: cr_mmurillo

    LOL, gotta love the binoculars on the desk! And what might those be for?
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    Re: Evening through Midnight.

    I do have a few more from yesterday. I meant to take my camera to work last night and I forgot. I pulled an Adina and left it on the kitchen counter! lol Last night was the last night for my kids group and two of them did a cheer for me and the other intern. Unfortunately, she wasn't there to see it, so I took a camera photo to send to her cell. Then this morning I realized it counts as a 24 Hours image ;) (blurred for confidentiality, sorry! they had big smiles though)

    But first, sunsetting light on the McDowells off my back porch.
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    Re: Sunrise through Lunch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chunk
    Thanks John. I have to get back to that location because I noticed that the patterns are better a quarter mile down the road but my hands were already frozen by then yesterday.
    Today's variations with a stronger sun. (still cold though!)
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    Wink Today's variations with a stronger sun

    FOUL!!!

    These were taken after the 24 hours.

    But, since they are such great shots, we won't throw them out.

    ;-)

    Great shots Chunk!
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    Re: Winter 24 Hours! Pictures here!

    late but the last from last night. I had some help since remote wouldnt trigger camera. Something to work on is my timing.
    I had fun looking at everyones pictures, Jimmy B
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    Re: cr_mmurillo

    Quote Originally Posted by walterick
    LOL, gotta love the binoculars on the desk! And what might those be for?
    It's for neighborhood watch. :-)

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    My Morning Pics

    My morning started off with a 2:00 a.m. wake up call from my girls. Here they are, Holley is the black lab, Jinjer is the golden retriever, getting ready to do what they do.



    Here's Holley and Jinger sitting pretty waiting for their poddy treat and wondering why I'm taking their picture so early in the morning.





    I was thirsty, so I checked the fridge for something to drink, then headed back to bed.



    After a couple more hours of sleep it was time to get ready for work.

    Here's my lunch to get me through the day.



    Then I had to feed the fish.





    My truck is warming up before heading to work.



    A couple shots from my morning drive to the office.





    My speedometer is broken, so I have no idea how fast I'm going.



    Here are a few shots of where I work. Notice the lack of lights at this hours.

    A shot of my desk.





    The break room.



    An empty hall.



    This is my Bob Marley wood carving and rasta tasle I picked up in Jamaica a couple weeks ago.

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    My Afternoon Pics

    Since everyone else was doing self portraits, I thought I would follow along too.



    After work I headed to the store to pick up a few things for supper.



    And a new wiper blade for my truck.



    This was taken on the ride home.



    Once home, I had to let the dogs out, and fill the bird feeders. Holley likes to help fill the feeders. Ok, she likes it when I throw her ball.

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    My Night Time Pics

    I only took one photo after dark. It was of my supper. A huge crock pot of chili!! This will be my lunch and supper for the next few days.

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