Single In Single in July (SiJy) 2020 - day 6

Location
Switzerland
Real Name
Matt
Start Date
Jul 6, 2020
End Date
Jul 6, 2020
63 years ago, John Lennon and Paul McCartney met for the first time ... the rest is history ...


This is from the White Album - which in turn was how I first got in touch with the Beatles; even though my father wasn't into their music (or any modern pop music, for that matter) at all, he had bought it because he felt it was a milestone ... He was right.

The other reason he bought it: To commemorate that I had been born and lived ...

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kyteflyer

~@¿@~
Location
Newcastle, Australia
Real Name
Sue
To a friend for coffee this morning. She’s a GoT fan :)

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Steve Noel

All-Pro
Location
Casey County, KY
Another mod to my work bench, is not visible here. It is a ledge sawed into the bench, under the white frame with the screw clamp on the left. It is at a right angle to the vice face, with the other white piece in it. Here "dry fitted" to check for accuracy, before glue-up. There will be no metal fasteners added. But, a wood spline will be added. Show that later.

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MiguelATF

Hall of Famer
Location
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Real Name
Miguel Tejada-Flores
In the parking lot of a local supermarket, there was a relatively ancient (late 80's) and weatherbeaten Isuzu Trooper parked. Having formerly owned one of these hardy and magnificent 4-wheel-drive chariots, I got into a conversation with the owner, who was quite proud of the custom hood ornament - an 'action figure' of a superhero - which he had appended to the front of his vehicle.

He graciously allowed me to take a picture or two of it.

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MiguelATF

Hall of Famer
Location
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Real Name
Miguel Tejada-Flores
The parking deck. The structure on top is an array of solar panels.
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I keep coming back to look at this photograph, Steve. I really like it.

It also reminds me of what a cool camera the E-P1 was, and still is. And what an underrated lens that 17mm pancake is.
I may have to give in to the nagging itch, and look into acquiring another E-P1 - or possibly one of its near-clone-siblings, the E-P2 or the E-P3, one of these days. Truly great cameras, for many types of photography.
 

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