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Old 05-13-2012, 01:39 AM
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Happy Mother's Day.
God Bless them all.


It was suggested we make another run at the alphabet images. So here is one for "F"

Feathers:
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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

........... a n d ................... F is for ... umm ... Franken feet??? hint hint ...


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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

I see F has been used already but one more time for Sue.
Frankenstein foot.
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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

Lordy - what on earth did you do to yourself???

I have horrible feet, too. My problem is "moccasin foot", which is a severe fungus infection (athlete's foot). Right now the skin all over my feet is coming off in big pieces - like it was burned or something. I can't use skin creams at all to keep the skin soft and suffer from heel cracks because they get so dry and callused there while the rest of my foot(s) has skin that krinkles like a potato chip bag wherever it bends. There's nothing really I can do about it. It has also spread to my left hand (which is why I can't work in the food industry) and the skin is peeling off there, too, now. I have a nasty feeling it may also have spread to my eyelids. The doc told me it could do that - and to my mouth, too. Anywhere warm and moist.

At least you know your ouchie will go away in time. That's a bonus. I would trade with you

So now we are on "G" ...

How about the Granby River? It's where I am moving to

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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

H is for Hammerkop


and the huge nest it builds (the bird is only about 20" long)
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1950 Chrysler I mperial
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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

Oo Sherry, ow ow ow...mine jsut get super dry because I rarely wear socks. I use sheep's lanolin.

Speaking of sheep, Ironbark's u-clipped-us from yesterday cracked me up. That's funny.

That nest is huge! It's the size of an eagle's nest.

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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

Sue I had repairs for a torn peroneal tendon, mortons neuroma, and achilles tendonosis. My foot has hurt for quite a while now and I think one problem created the other and the other....yuck. This has been the most prolonged pain I have ever had for any procedure yet and I've had a few. I am on day 11 and the pain isn't a lot better than the first day. The pain pills make me sick to. I cannot put any weight on this foot for at 3 weeks so am hoping that by then much of the pain will be gone. I have never heard of such severe athlete's foot before. That has got to be really miserable! Isn't there something they can give you that will cure it?

Your Granby river shot looks pretty. Will you be close to this spot?

Jennifer I have never heard of that bird before. My what a huge nest they build.

Greg, Chryslers have always been my favorite cars. When I was very young in grade school for a school project I wrote to Chrysler for some info about something and they sent me back a huge packet of info with several 8" x 10" photos of cars. That won my lifetime devotion. (Easy aren't I) And I love those wide whitewalls!
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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

Sherry: Do you still have the photos? Scan them and put them on to Motor Madness thread for us gearheads.
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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

Oh gosh no. Wish I did but we are talking over 55 years ago and a zillion moves since then.

Sorry twitchy finger
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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

Oh gosh no. Wish I did but we are talking over 55 years ago and a zillion moves since then.
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J is for jewel spider

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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

Sherry,
No dancing for you girl, not for a while anyway. I hope the pain stops soon. I cannot imagine what you are going through.

MFI,
That spider looks like it is made of porcelin. That is a beatiful photo of it. Nicely composed.

I have a K for you all, though I thought the Aussies would post this image. But it is nowvnight time in Australia and they are fast asleep just like these two here.

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The roos can also go under R..
Trouble with the roos is that they bend the front of the car too much.




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Re: Shutterbug Daily, Sunday, May 13, 2012

L is for Lichen.



Ah, we cross posted.

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Trouble with the roos is that they bend the front of the car too much.
We have that problem here with White Tail Deer. Gets dangerous to drive at night sometime when they are so active. Can do a lot of damage.
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