Project 52Minnie's 2022 Project 52

The goal of Project 52 is to take a photo a week. This is an easier pace than the Project 365.
- Start a thread with your name such as, "MyName's 52" or "MyName's Photo-a-Week Project" so other members can easily track your project. Some Posts May Be NSFW. If you intend to post any questionable images, please include NSFW in the title
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Re: Minnie's 2022 Project 52

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minniev wrote: Wed Mar 09, 2022 7:45 pm
Psjunkie wrote: Tue Mar 01, 2022 1:24 am You're getting very good at blending/masking/mixing.......
Not as good as you. My skills are primitive.
You know that's untrue...
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good scale.....horrible things going on that should not be
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I'm getting pretty pitiful but yet I persist.

Same subject from different perspectives

Well, this is a dusty little dried blowfish that's got lots of collateral damage from being handled by two generations of 6 curious little boys. Luke, the first grader, says I should have stuck capers in his eye sockets for a more creepy look.
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Luke has good ideas....
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Psjunkie wrote: Thu Mar 17, 2022 1:48 am Luke has good ideas....
He does indeed.
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minniev wrote: Wed Mar 16, 2022 3:54 pm I'm getting pretty pitiful but yet I persist.

Same subject from different perspectives

Well, this is a dusty little dried blowfish that's got lots of collateral damage from being handled by two generations of 6 curious little boys. Luke, the first grader, says I should have stuck capers in his eye sockets for a more creepy look.
what a strange creature! And the blowfish too. LOL
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PietFrancke wrote: Tue Mar 22, 2022 1:32 pm
minniev wrote: Wed Mar 16, 2022 3:54 pm I'm getting pretty pitiful but yet I persist.

Same subject from different perspectives

Well, this is a dusty little dried blowfish that's got lots of collateral damage from being handled by two generations of 6 curious little boys. Luke, the first grader, says I should have stuck capers in his eye sockets for a more creepy look.
what a strange creature! And the blowfish too. LOL
'Tis true!
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Something being used other than the intended way -

Well this one had the housebound old lady stumped for a while. Then I remembered the cheetah.

Here is the backstory.When I was in my teens, my brother, perhaps 9 or 10, had an introductory French class. He learned just one phrase, a term of endearment- "mon cher" which he misunderstood and mispronounced as "moon cheetah". He began to call our mother "Moon Cheetah", she got a kick out of it, so I used it too. The name stuck. We shortened to just "Cheetah" over the years. One Christmas when I was in college she gave me this stuffed cheetah to remind me of her while I was away. I've always hung my necklaces over his ears and still do. My mother has been dead for 30 years and I miss her still, but the cheetah watches over me in her behalf. Thanks to various dogs and two generations of little boys, he has no tail now, and one button replacement eye, but he is still loved.
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Wonderful story and good one for theme....
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minniev wrote: Tue Mar 22, 2022 2:15 pm Something being used other than the intended way -

Well this one had the housebound old lady stumped for a while. Then I remembered the cheetah.

Here is the backstory.When I was in my teens, my brother, perhaps 9 or 10, had an introductory French class. He learned just one phrase, a term of endearment- "mon cher" which he misunderstood and mispronounced as "moon cheetah". He began to call our mother "Moon Cheetah", she got a kick out of it, so I used it too. The name stuck. We shortened to just "Cheetah" over the years. One Christmas when I was in college she gave me this stuffed cheetah to remind me of her while I was away. I've always hung my necklaces over his ears and still do. My mother has been dead for 30 years and I miss her still, but the cheetah watches over me in her behalf. Thanks to various dogs and two generations of little boys, he has no tail now, and one button replacement eye, but he is still loved.
all tore up and loved, it gets no better than that!
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