Eclectic photos and reminder for “O” stories voting

The Alphabet Challenge “O” Stories voting has hit a bit of a lull . . . but, if willing readers are up to it, we can get it going once again with just a moderate push. 

If you are one such reader, and if you’ve not already done so — please read the stories and then cast a vote for your favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge O-Stories” are HERE.<<<Link

Let’s begin our photo journey with a car . . .

It’s an interesting look . . . almost looks like snow and a blizard, don’t it?

From hard metal to soft leaves. Well, I don’t know if they are soft. Probably softer than metal, but beyond that, it’s all relative.

And who doesn’t want a gorilla in the midst?

And, of course, we end with wood and composites and plastic . . .

Stephen King would be proud.

The new Gallery for the reminder photos is HERE<<<Link. The photos are only slightly larger (30-50%) but the details are even better there than here.

For them who have already read and voted, a different kind of treat . . .

. . . HERE<<link is a link to a post from 2016. A bunch of Western scenery.

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6 Responses to Eclectic photos and reminder for “O” stories voting

  1. AnnMarie says:

    Very, very good artistic offerings! I think your “Model T in a Blizzard” framed photo belongs on a real wall, and your “Gorilla Arlecchino” (Harlequin Gorilla) is truly kingly in its peasant garb.

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  2. Ooh! All cool and artistic!
    I’d rather have a gorilla in the mist or in the midst than in my back yard! :-D
    The leaves captured me in and I had to stare at them for awhile.
    HUGS!!! :-)

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    • disperser says:

      Thanks, Carolyn.

      And, I wouldn’t mind a gorilla in my yard . . . it would be a great photo-op!

      I threw him in the midst of the other photos to qualify for the eclectic tag . . . but, yeah, I have some trees he could munch on and rip up, as well as other vegetation I don’t care much for, so . . . gorillas, if you’re reading this, you’re always welcome in my yard. Bring some friends, and will pick fleas together (edited to add: groom, I meant to say.). Oh, bring fleas, too, as I don’t have any.

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      • You could make a movie about him….
        Gorilla in the Backyard.
        I bet he’d make a prime mate. Ha!
        Apesy daisy! Enough of my monkeying around.

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      • disperser says:

        I don’t know if I could swing it . . . and audiences might end up tossing poo at it. Plus I don’t have a big screen to show it on . . . unless I use a silverback.

        Thanks for the punny comment. I apeciated it because I apen to enjoy clever puns even if I can’t make them myself.

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