Single In Single in July (SiJy) 2020 - day 1

kyteflyer

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Location
Awabakal Country
Real Name
Sue
Out to lunch today for the first time since January. A serious discussion with a very good friend :)

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Steve Noel

All-Pro
Location
Casey County, KY
Already broken the rule. Not the camera I am listed with. But, I nearly always have the phone in my pocket.

Glue up of first corner of a small box, made with 100+ year old oak from my wife's grand parents' old house, now torn down. Board salvaged by our nephew. My grand daughter and I have made 4 of them. One for each daughter and one for the mother. Not shown, the corner is freehand cut by said granddaughter on the band saw, and cleaned up and hand fitted with chisel and file.

Note: The month will likely be heavy with wood shop images. It is what we do.

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Location
Switzerland
Real Name
Matt
Testing out my recently acquired Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 for Sony!

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Sample photos with the Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 Di III RXD Lens - Los Angeles, California USA - during the 2020 Global Covid-19 Pandemic. by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr
I take it you're in, then, Jonathan ;) Highly appreciated, of course ...

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M.
 
Location
S. Oregon Coast
Real Name
Andrew L
Day one, back to the L monochrome D mode for today at least. Since my time after work has consisted of doing, well, nothing, for the past few months, I got a new drill and a Dremel type tool with plenty of accessories and I've been fiddling with a lot of my knives and tools. Changing blade grinds, polishing or removing finishes, sharpening... Tinkering, basically.

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NoSeconds

All-Pro
Real Name
Troy
Already broken the rule. Not the camera I am listed with. But, I nearly always have the phone in my pocket.

Glue up of first corner of a small box, made with 100+ year old oak from my wife's grand parents' old house, now torn down. Board salvaged by our nephew. My grand daughter and I have made 4 of them. One for each daughter and one for the mother. Not shown, the corner is freehand cut by said granddaughter on the band saw, and cleaned up and hand fitted with chisel and file.

Note: The month will likely be heavy with wood shop images. It is what we do.

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It'll be good to see the progression... :thumbsup:
 
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