Thursday, December 13, 2007

Around the shop...

Our humble cabinet shop,along with a few other small businesses,is located in what must be O-Town's version of an "industrial complex"..

This amounts to ourselves,a worm farm,(this Summer Dennis sold over 1,500,000 worms!),a fence company,and a small auto parts recycling operation...not really big enough to call a junk yard,but still.

Having nothing of consequence to blog about this midweek,I took a few minutes during lunch break to snap some pix..Some Photoshopped for fun,some,..not so much.

What would Freud think? The '08 model,4 sparrow bird feeder!..The little beggars went through 5 lbs in 2 weeks.
..a watercolor.
..something optimistic.
And my favorite!



See y'all in Bloggertown!

15 Comments:

At 6:24 PM , Blogger Auld Hat said...

clap clap clap to the wheelbarrow watercolor! ooOOoo!!!!
Seriously, I lurve it.

 
At 6:52 PM , Blogger yellowdog granny said...

I really like them..veeeery interesting..
i go through between 60-80lbs of bird seed a month..

 
At 7:37 PM , Blogger Sling said...

Hat- Okay,..that's my second favorite!..something about vessels longing to be filled.

Yellerdawg- ..I keep wondering why my Sparrows don't clock in at about 40 lbs each!

 
At 7:43 PM , Blogger Sling said...

..stop giggling Hat..I meant that in the spiritual sense.. :P

 
At 5:37 AM , Blogger Nunnie's Attic said...

I like the wheelbarrow picture because it's the only one I understand. Sorry Sling. I don't understand modern art. I still don't understand modern art from the 70s. Give me a painting of a house on a hill - I got it. I have a hard time thinking outside of the box. So maybe I understand the last one a little??

Love,
Julie

 
At 6:03 AM , Blogger Doralong said...

I like the last one meself.. I vote you make this a regular Friday thing!

 
At 7:00 AM , Blogger Lorraine said...

Nice eye, buddy.

 
At 7:27 AM , Blogger Mom said...

What does a person do with 1,500,000 worms?
Interesting pictures.

 
At 10:15 AM , Blogger Auld Hat said...

I gotch'yer spiritual right here.

 
At 10:27 AM , Blogger booda baby said...

I'm not sure Freud'd start worrying until you had shots of the worms.

Industrial thingies/parks make me feel all warm inside. We do not know how this can be true, but it is. I love those big old power plants in the middle of nowhere, especially at night, but during the day, too.

So I'd like to encourage more. Please.

 
At 3:19 PM , Blogger Serena Joy said...

Cool pictures. Freud would have a field day with that first one. LOL. Have a great weekend.:)

 
At 4:00 PM , Blogger Sling said...

julie- I don't put a lot of meanibg behind 'em.I got some new filters for Photoshop I wanted to play with. :)

doralong- For some reason,the last one just feels good!..I'll try to post pix when whenever I get out and about.

lorraine- Thanks Kid!

mom- Did you know the tallest dam in the U.S. is right here in O-Town?..Behind that dam is a huge lake,and in that lake are great amounts of Bass...They love worms!

Hat- That's the spirit! :P

booda baby- The big power plants at night are like magic cities aren't they!..I love my camera,so there will be more pix from time to time.I have a good lead on an antique bicycle shop,and a museum I'd like to photgraph.

serena joy- Thank god!..I thought it was just me..;)

 
At 10:44 PM , Blogger more cowbell said...

Nice! My favorite is the blues and greys of the headlight shot. The artsy fartsy boxes are cool too.

 
At 1:49 PM , Blogger Sling said...

more cowbell- I confess,I increased the saturation on the headlight shot by +1..just a little,but I liked the result!

 
At 6:33 PM , Blogger Middle Child said...

How could your little birds eat that much. Out here the feed gets gobbled up by Galahs and Lorikeets etx...I don't think they'd even get a leg on that We have to feed them out of a big dish thing like an up turned Chinaman's hat (ooowah...maybe thats not PC).

My favourite is the one with the headlight and sort of car in it...Hopeful! Yes.

 

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