24 hours.... (a photo challenge)

Steve Noel

All-Pro
Oct 5, 2010
Casey County, KY
It is 8:25 PM EST, (Eastern USA). Let's have a photographic hint of your home/life. Not too obvious, just a "wee bit". Since we live in 24 different time zones, you count your own clock hours, but we will all be on the same 24 hours. So tomorrow night I will pick my favorite (not best), just favorite. So go.:biggrin:
On second thought, I will pick a favorite, but you all should vote for yours also!
 

Steve Noel

All-Pro
Oct 5, 2010
Casey County, KY
Tic, Toc. 9:00AM.
Over 13 hours gone forever. We must not forget, ......or tarry too long! Too busy with the business of actual living? Not to fret. It's only a bit of light pleasurable break of the serious, to brighten your day.:)
 

Gary

All-Pro
Aug 19, 2012
Southern California
Gary Ayala
Does it also have to be processed in the same 24 hours or just taken? Does the 24 hours start on your clock, 8:25 p.m. (local time) or when one first reads the post? In this case 7:03 a.m.?

Gary
 

Steve Noel

All-Pro
Oct 5, 2010
Casey County, KY
From my window

These are from my Dinning/Office window.
The first is sunrise a few days ago...


This is Springtime Strut. We have about 30 wild turkeys living in the local woods and fields, within hearing of the downtown emergency vehicles.


This morning! Spring has taken a back set.


As I was uploading these, These GUYS, came strolling by!
 

Steve Noel

All-Pro
Oct 5, 2010
Casey County, KY
Does it also have to be processed in the same 24 hours or just taken? Does the 24 hours start on your clock, 8:25 p.m. (local time) or when one first reads the post? In this case 7:03 a.m.?

Gary
Your choice. I just did past and present. Just do it!:) 24 hours began when the first post was up. But there is no legal limit! do it your way. It's all for fun, not prizes.
 

grebeman

Old Codgers Group
Keep the home fires burning

No masterpiece, but it does reflect life here at this moment in time. I had hoped to be burning less wood each day to keep warm by this time of the year. With a force 6 north-easter blowing outside that feels like it originated in Siberia and with depressingly grey skies there's little choice, the wood shed pile is looking very depleted. I know we Brits are (in)famous for complaining about the weather, but the last 11-12 months have been rather trying to say the least!




Barrie
 

Gary

All-Pro
Aug 19, 2012
Southern California
Gary Ayala
... I know we Brits are (in)famous for complaining about the weather, but the last 11-12 months have been rather trying to say the least!




Barrie
Probably because the weather in the UK is worth complaining about. You know Barrie, the rest of the world ... the entire rest of the of world, enjoyed a balmy 22C weather yesterday with a slight sea breeze hinting of roses and pomegranates. :wink:

G
 

Gary

All-Pro
Aug 19, 2012
Southern California
Gary Ayala
Here's a glimpse of home life from me today........unnboxing my latest camera. It takes no batteries, has no auto anything and has two lenses.
My first camera was like that ... so was my second camera ... but they were more of a cyclops than your tri-clops looking thingie.

G
 

Steve Noel

All-Pro
Oct 5, 2010
Casey County, KY
Barrie, that scene, warms my heart. End of winter storm, just brushed our area and it is cloudy, cold, windy, with snow, sleet, and rain. And we are cozyed up to electric heaters. Don't believe the wood fired stove, as nice as it is would work safely, in a 33ft RV.:)
 

Gary

All-Pro
Aug 19, 2012
Southern California
Gary Ayala
Sweating bullets even as I keyboard. (I shot my morning walk with the Cook, my morning paper 'n coffee place and some office stuff. So I'm done if I feel so inclined.)

Gary
 

grebeman

Old Codgers Group
LOL ... Sorry ... after months of winter I can see where people can get touchy ... hair-trigger touchy. I'm sure Spring will hit South Devon tomorrow ... and tomorrow is only a day away.

Gary
The cold arctic air is scheduled to last until Thursday at least, it will then be replaced by a deep Atlantic depression which will mean more rain for us (we had a month and a half worth over a 24 hour period a few days ago) and snow further north and east. There's mud and water over the main road at the moment, so more of the same to come. Thanks for your wishes, but maybe a period of silence is the best thing Gary!!! :biggrin:

Barrie
 

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