TFP 2016 Updated!
Discussion in 'Tilted Art, Photography, Music & Literature' started by cynthetiq, Aug 2, 2011.
You want mine? It's barely used after 1.5 years.
Thanks but no thanks.....happy not to have one xoxoxoo
I have an old Samsung flip phone, which costs me about $5/month and I only use it when traveling. Even then, it's usually turned off. Mostly, it sits on my desk plugged into its charger.
from last weekend
@zen on the tube...being cool!
It's Grumpy and the Bean!
That sweet boy got suspended from day care for biting
The wife asked me to give her a hand sorting out the paperwork
My smoking hot sister, my GS, and yes me.
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Me likey! A power tool for the manly man .
At one time Poulan--for some reason I've never been able to determine--made a pink chainsaw. I keep my eyes open for one to add to my chainsaw collection.
I was standing out on my studio deck today, enjoying the view on this balmy (above freezing) winter day and had the thought to take some happy snaps with my phone. I'm sharing them here in the spirit of what the heck.
The view north and skywards from my studio deck on this overcast January day. Its not super easy from my place in the middle of Central Toronto to get sky pics that don't have either wires or house tops.
Looking due north from the studio deck. This walnut tree bombs the heck out of my yard come late summer/fall. The walnuts fall 50-60 feet sometimes, and really bounce when they hit.
A panorama shot running west to north to east. Very small image in order to upload, but it gives a bit of an idea of what I look out at. In the last 3 years we've lost 5 adult trees in the local area. It really impacts on my view, which used to be a lot of canopy and really large trees. Now, not so much.
The door to my studio. I look out at a very nice Japanese maple.
When I turn 180 degrees I'm looking at the last of the large Tree Dancers I'm getting ready for my art show in February.
The main deck of the studio - the area actually set aside for art. You can see out the double doors to where the deck is. Observe all the wires and rooftops.
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