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This is my second submission today for Sliders Sunday
Happy Sliders Sunday everyone!
Also, as I get great comfort from taking pictures of marbles, this is my submission for the MACRO MONDAYS' theme of "Comforting" ;)
I'm having PC problems at the moment so no original posted in the comments for this one I'm afraid.
Fortunately I have a few shots banked and ready to go.
Part of my Marbles (Set)
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looking out from the study one year ago today - looking out at the same scene this morning, the trees are still green, full of leaves. ??
detail from a facade from a building in Tirana, which was mirrored to the right and to the bottom.
CN's quad 5 lead CN 149 through the plant at Snider on a cold and blustery day.
The Kolapore Uplands contain a myriad of trails that vary from a casual stroll to a more deliberate route, which is apparently chosen to test the viability of your quads and glutes - or so it seemed after 10 kilometers of up and down on the escarpment. It's been a while since we've been hiking and I felt those muscles for three days afterwards. Even so, I can't wait for the weather to clear so we can get on the next section.
Panorama from high above the Perisher ski resort in the Kosciuszko National Park in the Snowy Mountains of NSW, Australia, taken with the iPhone 4S.
It was a glorious, sunny day and even though it was chilly, it was a great place to be...
Taking a ride on the waterfront path in a Quad-cycle. Everyone pedals and the driver has a steering wheel.
As the Lafayette coal train clears the scene, Rock Island E8 652 heads east with the Quad City Rocket at Silvis.
Kodachrome slide processed in November of 1975.
I decided to hang out in the Bay Area for the weekend rather than make the drive home and back twice during the short Thanksgiving week. I had nothing to do, so I decided to drop in on Stanford University and poke about the campus. I chose early morning for my visit and was rewarded by having the corridors of the central quad all to myself--quite a rare occurrence. Suffice it to say there were quite a few photo opportunities.
Stanford University, Palo Alto CA
Tamiya 1/35 Quad Gun Tractor
MiniArt figures with Hornet heads
Bronco British equipment set
Other details scratch built
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