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Old Mar 14, 2010, 9:08 PM   #1
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Default A few oddball shots from this week

I haven't had much free time lately. Too many hours at work. We're still trying to get our software working correctly. Every day is more identification of new issues and trying to respond to their fixes on previously identified items. Makes for long days.

Anyway, these are a few I shot this week of just things. First is frost on the roof of my car one morning.
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Old Mar 14, 2010, 9:10 PM   #2
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Then, a visitor in our yard this morning. Probably the very same one that's been making noise up in the attic every morning at 6 a.m. We need to get the trap back up there.

These aren't great as I had cropped them quite a bit. Might go back and bring them out again.

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Then, a visitor in our yard this morning. Probably the very same one that's been making noise up in the attic every morning at 6 a.m. We need to get the trap back up there.

These aren't great as I had cropped them quite a bit. Might go back and bring them out again.

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OK, Patty. I know it been hectic but, you still have to post the photos if you want us to see them.
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Old Mar 14, 2010, 9:37 PM   #4
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Sorry, GW. I had posted them, but they were too bad. I'll play around with them some more.

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Love the first frost photo - quite an amazing abstract! Will look forward to the "visitor" shot - who was it???
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Love what you do with design! First one is my favourite! Thanks. Ned
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I like No. 1 Patty. Unusual but I still like it.
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Sorry, GW. I had posted them, but they were too bad. I'll play around with them some more.

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Well, OK. but putting us in suspense like that is pure torment!
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Thanks, GW, mole, Eetu and Ed. I'm glad you guys liked them. I wasn't quite sure about them. There isn't anything striking about them. But, they kept drawing me in. They don't look like when on the car, but.....

Okay, GW, the suspense is over. Sorry. It took me over an hour to get home from work tonight. We are dealing with flooded roads again from all the rain the past three days. I ran into six "road closed" signs on the way home. And, it's not like I live in a real populated area. There aren't a lot of ways to get to my house.

So, here's my visitor. Had to go back and not crop so much. I really need to do my focus testing. These were taken with the Tamron 18-250 first hand held, then resting on the window sill with the window open. Although, I did forget to turn off the SR.

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He sure looks cold, wet & cute! Stands out well against the wet Pine bark too!

Sure do hope & pray your weather problems are over soon...
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