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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

In a very tight spot

Who cares how tight the spot is, when you've got this view?


Blogger Christopher C. in Hawaii said...

Now this one needs a little more explaining. I see a pumkin that climbed a tree to get to a walkway for a bit of sun and then got stuck sideways in the fence before it could escape and roll off down the hill. Is that what I am seeing?

And by the way there seems to be a smudge of sorts, perhaps a fingerprint on the camera lens between %90 to %97 of the way down from the top about 6/10th's of the way from the left or in the lower left side of the bottom right quadrant in American English number mind set.

11:49 AM  
Blogger whistlestop caboose said...

Christopher, you've got it! This is what comes of eating too much and moving too little, if that's what pumpkins do.

Why do I think you've been reading my Tribune de Geneve blog about numbers?! As for the smudge, too sadly true: it's inside the camera and I have to find time to leave the camera at a shop, but being without my camera feels like being without an eye. Still, I'm getting tired of trying to take pictures where the sensor smudge is hidden - photography is tricky enough without that.

Is everything all right in Hawaii after the big shake?

6:15 AM  
Blogger Christopher C. in Hawaii said...

There was a lot of minor damage on the Big Island of Hawaii, no deaths or real devastation. On Maui just a lot of shattered nerves and no real damage except for anger at the power company for the extended loss of electric for no known reason.

It was for me a very interesting 10 second fun show ride. It does give one pause though about disaster preparation.

8:19 PM  

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