CS #486 - Spell It Out

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So for this week we have a theme that should offer everyone a chance to play with their own interpretation of things and have a bit of fun.

Here's what Merriam-Webster has say == you can see they've "Spelled It Out"

spell out
transitive verb

Definition of spell out
  1. 1: to make plain <spelled out the orders in detail>

  2. 2: to write or print in letters and in full <numbers are to bespelled out>
So be more literal and capture the letters/shapes necessary to deliver a message to us. Or give us the details on something that will make it very plain to us what it's about.

A ladder
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A Ladder by Art OConnell, on Flickr

A frame
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silver springs prince of peace memorial front 1 bordered by Art OConnell, on Flickr

Plain enough?
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Eat AH2012 3.jpg by Art OConnell, on Flickr

All normal CS rules apply. Go have fun with it.
 
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Very unique theme Art! Should be fun. Your examples "spell it out" very well. I like that last one the most.
 
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So for this week we have a theme that should offer everyone a chance to play with their own interpretation of things and have a bit of fun.

Here's what Merriam-Webster has say == you can see they've "Spelled It Out"

spell out
transitive verb

Definition of spell out
  1. 1: to make plain <spelled out the orders in detail>

  2. 2: to write or print in letters and in full <numbers are to bespelled out>
So be more literal and capture the letters/shapes necessary to deliver a message to us. Or give us the details on something that will make it very plain to us what it's about.

A ladder
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A Ladder by Art OConnell, on Flickr

A frame
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silver springs prince of peace memorial front 1 bordered by Art OConnell, on Flickr

Plain enough?
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Eat AH2012 3.jpg by Art OConnell, on Flickr

All normal CS rules apply. Go have fun with it.
Cool theme Art, I'll need to start thinking...
 
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Nice shot and a great sentiment. I send a group of postcards each week. I try to hit folks that aren't necessarily expecting anything and who may need and enjoy a pick-me-up in the otherwise boring stream of mail. Great use of this theme.
 
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I’ve never seen a wheelchair parked in one of these places.;)


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Errrr.... and after they park their chair there, HOW do they go where they need to go ? IMHO, if you need a weel-chair, it's because you can't walk far on your own...

Strange...

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I’ve never seen a wheelchair parked in one of these places.;)


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Made me grin. Nice Bob.
 
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Errrr.... and after they park their chair there, HOW do they go where they need to go ? IMHO, if you need a weel-chair, it's because you can't walk far on your own...

Strange...

;)
Made me grin. Nice Bob.
Not exactly a complete wheel either.....good one Bob
Thanks, guys.
JP, the icon is more or less standard in the U.S. for "handicapped". Your comment reminds me that road/parking/directional signs differ by country or region. With our now more or less universal communication devices, perhaps we should be looking at standardization of symbols.
 
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I’ve never seen a wheelchair parked in one of these places.;)


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I got a good chuckle out of your comment Bob.
 
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The Science building at the University of Winnipeg. Non-chemists might want the elements even more spelled out :)

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The Science building at the University of Winnipeg. Non-chemists might want the elements even more spelled out :)

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That is really neat. I've never seen anything like it before.
 
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