CS #634 - Framed

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here are two more from the tow truck trip, one I wasn't even aware off. Everytime we go acros the bridge to Nicoya, I try to get a decent picture. 9 out of ten times, it bounces too much. I nailed it but without intending to do so including the truck as a frame.
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and a framed beach from where we had a beer round midday
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Two good ones Annette; though I really do like the second one a lot!
 
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With just a few hours to go, I best post a few more in my own CS, eh! The weather has been lousy and when the skies cleared this afternoon I hoped they'd stay that way long enough for my bread making to be done (can't trust she-who-always-wants-to-cut-in-to-a-loaf-fresh-out-of-the-oven to handle my "chores"!) .Went for a short walk NW of home and found these.
1. I walked through a new subdivision, appropriately named Picaboo, and found a Hitachi excavator framing his handiwork.
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2.Equal time for a Cat!
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3.Usually I curse the existence of ubiquitous and ugly utility poles, but today they offered a nice frame for East (right) and West Twin (left) that are part of Moscow Mountain. Antenna are a mix of law enforcement, phone and cell companies, Internet and Public Broadcasting. This are the first western foothills of the Rocky mountains.
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4.Interesting window styles framing the "chimney" of this house. North side of the house.
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I hope this counts. I had all sorts of ideas for this thread, but didn't execute any of them. One I tried, but it didn't come out. So, I am left with this from today. Surely with all the horizontals and verticals, it has multiple frames of something.

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With just a few hours to go, I best post a few more in my own CS, eh! The weather has been lousy and when the skies cleared this afternoon I hoped they'd stay that way long enough for my bread making to be done (can't trust she-who-always-wants-to-cut-in-to-a-loaf-fresh-out-of-the-oven to handle my "chores"!) .Went for a short walk NW of home and found these.
1. I walked through a new subdivision, appropriately named Picaboo, and found a Hitachi excavator framing his handiwork.
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2.Equal time for a Cat!
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3.Usually I curse the existence of ubiquitous and ugly utility poles, but today they offered a nice frame for East (right) and West Twin (left) that are part of Moscow Mountain. Antenna are a mix of law enforcement, phone and cell companies, Internet and Public Broadcasting. This are the first western foothills of the Rocky mountains.
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4.Interesting window styles framing the "chimney" of this house. North side of the house.
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While #3 is the most striking composition, my prize for a to the 1st 2 for sheer genius.
Very novel CATalysis or Hitachment.
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Well Nick,
that was an interesting and challenging CS.
After I was outside to take the pictures I wasn't able to bend my fingers. Boy, that was cold...

Thank you a lot
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here are two more from the tow truck trip, one I wasn't even aware off. Everytime we go acros the bridge to Nicoya, I try to get a decent picture. 9 out of ten times, it bounces too much. I nailed it but without intending to do so including the truck as a frame.
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and a framed beach from where we had a beer round midday
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Nice set. That second shot looks like a wonderful place to relax!
 
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With just a few hours to go, I best post a few more in my own CS, eh! The weather has been lousy and when the skies cleared this afternoon I hoped they'd stay that way long enough for my bread making to be done (can't trust she-who-always-wants-to-cut-in-to-a-loaf-fresh-out-of-the-oven to handle my "chores"!) .Went for a short walk NW of home and found these.
1. I walked through a new subdivision, appropriately named Picaboo, and found a Hitachi excavator framing his handiwork.
View attachment 1630143
2.Equal time for a Cat!
View attachment 1630144
3.Usually I curse the existence of ubiquitous and ugly utility poles, but today they offered a nice frame for East (right) and West Twin (left) that are part of Moscow Mountain. Antenna are a mix of law enforcement, phone and cell companies, Internet and Public Broadcasting. This are the first western foothills of the Rocky mountains.
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4.Interesting window styles framing the "chimney" of this house. North side of the house.
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Nice set and rally for the finish. The house is my favorite of the set.
 
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