Discussion in 'Tilted Art, Photography, Music & Literature' started by Chris Noyb, Jul 12, 2018.
Obviously this is not my photo.
First photo is the original advertising use for the cigar store. If you look closely, you can see arrows sticking out of his back.
The second photo is the advertising use for the optometrist. He now has glasses and the arrows have been removed.
Photos are probably 20-30 years apart. The statue has since been removed.
old school tire tube repair tool
Glad you told us because I would have guessed torture device but I guess that's just how my mind works.
My wife and I have been avid birdwatchers for years. Every spring, we make a "pilgrimage" to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (in eastern Oregon) and spend a week watching and photographing the hundreds of different species as the migrate through or arrive for the summer to breed and raise their young. (We didn't go this year, for the first time in decades, because of COVID.) Anyway, on our visit in 2012, as we drove along the Frenchglen Highway back to town, my wife spotted a couple of Sandhill Cranes, way out across a field on our right. I pulled over to the shoulder, then she grabbed our digital camera with the big honkin' lens on it and started shooting. After a dozen or so shots, she stopped, figuring that if there wasn't a "keeper" in that set she'd just taken, we probably weren't going to get one. It wasn't until we go back to our hotel and downloaded the photos into our laptop, that we discovered that she'd managed to capture a wonderful bonus. Here are the two cranes (obviously a mated pair) WITH THEIR COLT (lower right)!
This was about as close to National Geographic quality as we've ever gotten.
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