CS #566 - Caution

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I might not be able to respond to some contributions in a timely fashion, but lets get this CS moving.

Remember the Jim Croce song “You don’t mess around with Jim” ??

You don’t tug on Superman’s cape
You don’t spit into the wind
You don’t pull the mask off that old Lone Ranger
and,
You don’t mess around with Jim


There are many other things that signal caution for us – let’s see some of them.
Hint: Might be animal, vegetable, mineral, or even just your fantasy.

I certainly don’t get too close to these guys.

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My daughter-in-law screamed when she found this critter in our kitchen.

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I think we’re all more careful when we see one of these.
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Remember, all images must be taken within the time period for this CS, which starts NOW, and ends at midnight Wednesday, 9/20/17.
 
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I might not be able to respond to some contributions in a timely fashion, but lets get this CS moving.

Remember the Jim Croce song “You don’t mess around with Jim” ??

You don’t tug on Superman’s cape
You don’t spit into the wind
You don’t pull the mask off that old Lone Ranger
and,
You don’t mess around with Jim


There are many other things that signal caution for us – let’s see some of them.
Hint: Might be animal, vegetable, mineral, or even just your fantasy.

I certainly don’t get too close to these guys.



My daughter-in-law screamed when she found this critter in our kitchen.



I think we’re all more careful when we see one of these.



Remember, all images must be taken within the time period for this CS, which starts NOW, and ends at midnight Wednesday, 9/20/17.
Interesting theme Bob, and really great examples (especially the bees).
 
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Across the highway this morning –

It’s not the “pea soup” experienced along coastal waters, but I'm glad I didn’t have to go anywhere.

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From one of the many unsightly green boxes in our yard that we hide behind trees/shrubs, when possible...
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This stretch of country road is perfectly straight except for this double zigzag. In my sport car days or even my Mercedes days, I viewed the zigzag as a challenge. These days, however, I’m more cautious and tend to follow the recommended speed limit – the fun is gone.

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Well, having taken the D850 plunge I'm left with no camera for a few weeks. So, here is my contribution: a screen capture of something that should be very familiar to all at the Café, but something that few, if any, have read! :rolleyes:
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Yup, Page X of the Nikon User's manual.
 
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Well, having taken the D850 plunge I'm left with no camera for a few weeks. So, here is my contribution: a screen capture of something that should be very familiar to all at the Café, but something that few, if any, have read! :rolleyes:

Yup, Page X of the Nikon User's manual.
You're right, Nick. My older (D70, D200) manuals are not this bad, but my SB800 manual has 5 pages of warnings and precautions.
 
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