I pulled into Oxmoor Mall to grab some lunch this afternoon, and the parking lot at Sears was overrun by hundreds and hundreds of Canadian geese. They were just everywhere. And yet just 35 minutes later when I returned to my car, there was only about 20 or so left. I guess it was just a quick pit-stop and they were on their way again.
Hmmm….I grabbed this quick shot out of the window of my car this afternoon because the wording of the sign on a wood chipper being towed be a truck was interesting. However, when I went to edit the phone, I became aware of how hard it is going to be for anyone to actually read the words. So allow me to repeat it here: “Don’t even think of
working on this unit
until you lock the disk
and remove the
ignition keys.” That’s telling ’em!
At one end of the culvert behind the office building at work, the banks are formed with rocks encased in wire netting. This simply then is a close-up shot of one section of the bank.
Lots of activity at work today. They removed one of the panes of glass from the window of the office directly opposite mine on the second floor, and then drove in a forklift through the front doors of the building. What they were doing was removing a cooling from the computer room on that side of the building and replacing it with a new one. It really was quite the exercise and took them until about mid-afternoon to get it all done. Not something you see everyday, that’s for sure.
IT’S VEGGIE MAN!I was having lunch today at Arby’s and ordered a chicken salad. Knowing that I needed a photo today of some sort (of course), I took my phone and just casually flicked through the various effects of my PowerCam app to see if anything caught my fancy. And lo and behold, this image appeared using the mirror effect. I especially love the moustache and goatee this guy is sporting.
I did my volunteering bit at PeaceCasters this afternoon, and when i got home June was well and truly in gardening mode, so I made us both a cup of tea and while she toiled amongst the plants I took the opportunity to sit outside and catch on the day’s news in the paper.
I ran out to grab fish for dinner tonight, and as I drove into the strip mall’s parking lot I saw a bunch of mail trucks all lined up together. At first I thought I might get a nice repeating shape image of the trucks lined up together, but they weren’t arranged all that attractively, so that idea wasn’t going to work. So on to Plan B — get in closer. Which is what I did. The convex mirror looked interesting, so after shuffling around to get a view of the truck without me in it, I hit the shutter button, and voila!