I am amazed at some photo’s I have seen advertising things for sale. Once on Craigslist I saw a bedroom suit advertised, photo was good but on the night stand was a package of condoms and a jar of KY jelly. Oh my.
Another was advertising a bike off in the background to the right was a naked kid.
After seeing the beautiful ‘53 MG the other day I was just cruising around the net looking at some that were advertised. This on was on EBAY.
The owner should have photoshopped the dog or at least blurred him. But the MG is nice!
Photographs can go wrong, Sherry hates it when I catch her with her eyes closed. She also tries to protect me when I start to do a close up on the table, by moving everything.
BBC was filming in a banking building about the economy in the back ground on of the investors was checking out nudes on his computer.
He did not lose his job.
I ran across a photo taken by a Wisconsin family and they had filmed their own thief, he was captured in a matter of minutes using their picture, He had stolen money and equipment worth over a $1000.
Things are caught on film, and remain.
Some of our best memories are there, then what do you do with pictures of the kids old girl friends, or your wife’s old boy friends? Ahhhh it is history and must be preserved.
Mary Ann, just this minute, brought a hot pone of cornbread by and I am having corn bread and milk in the afternoon. It is still hot!!!! YUMMMMMM!
I just finished the bread and milk, SHE ALSO brought a banana pudding. I have a cup full, gonna go out and read "Shadow Prey" by Sanford as I eat it. Mary Ann is SWEET!
Thanks for coming by the log,
Sometimes I'll look down at my watch 3 consecutive times and still not know what time it is.
Check this 1952 MG out!
Remeber the picture of Dick and Kat that
taken in Shelby and a dog just happened to
walk by and the dog stopped and it was included
in the picture. Until years later I didn't know that was not their dog. He sat there just like he belonged. I still have that picture. It was a pretty dog I guess that was before the leash law. It was in the 40's.
I often find myself shifting things around just as Sherry does when I know the picture I'm taking is going to go into my blog. Looks can be deceiving they say. Having hot fresh corn bread and banana pudding in one day sounds like a bit of heaven to me. Enjoy all the goodies and your book.
Jack you were on a roll today. I couldn't believe what was on that computer screen.
Cornbread and milk sounds good for supper. Helen
It is indeed a mean to measure time and life. and many times I wouldn't know what to do without.
Only happy sights and a good Tuesday too.
PhotoShop is wonderful...!!
I know what you mean about pictures. I was taking a picture of the fence my neighbor put up, one of the alcoholic ones and I don't know how many times I looked at that picture and then realized he was in it up at the top, getting in his truck with shorts on and no shirt and a huge beer belly. I would rather have had a dog pooping..
You certainly are observant!
Damn. You are living in carb heaven.
OK, so you didn't post a picture of the cornbread and milk? And you didn't offer to show us the banana pudding? I guess the best thing is to take no chances and get straight to the eating!
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