November Photo Challenge - DISCUSSION THREAD

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Moonbat, Nov 1, 2011.

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    Moonbat

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    Perpetual Man

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    Well... that theme strikes me as bit funny.
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    alchemist

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    Ooh, this should get interesting.
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    Talysia

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    Interesting theme - I have a feeling I'm going to enjoy this one, not to mention seeing the entries.:)
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    CyBeR

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    Such a bad pun :D.
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    Perpetual Man

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    Well someone had to do it...

    I'm just thinking, the funniest thing I can thing of is someone trying to take a photo of me trying to take a humorous picture!
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    alchemist

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    No need to be so snappy :D
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    Perpetual Man

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    And I thought my pun was a Flash in the pan, it certainly did not take too long to develop.
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    hopewrites

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    I have no idea if they will be funny to anyone else, but I liked them.
    Took them my last day working at the zoo. Didn't realize the bat was peeing till I put the camera down after congratulating myself that he flew up so close to the glass and held still long enough for my phone to snap a picture. The other one is river otters sleeping together, the one you cant see very well has its paw up in the air, the one you can see had the paw that was in the air in its face a moment before. Good memories for me walking through their viewing area and watching them play.
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    BookStop

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    Didn't notice right off that the bat was peeing, however, he does appear to be conducting some out of sight orchestra. Very cute. (I love bats, btw. Flying Fox?)

    Still no camera to be found, so posted oldies.
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    hopewrites

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    Fruit bat, I only washed their windows once in a while so they were not as well known to me as the Dexter Cattle and the Chickens who I walked past several times a day on my rounds. Sorry I cant tell you more about them.
    Liked your cats
    and Mouse your ninja dog is epic :)
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    Talysia

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    I've just posted my entry. My artist's model (affectionately known as Ben D Bloke by my sister - and now by me:D), slipping on a banana skin fridge magnet. It took a while to put together, but I got the effect I wanted.:)

    Love the entries so far!:)
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    Mouse

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    Thanks, HW! :)

    Taly, like yours!

    I've got no idea for a second one at all.
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    mosaix

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    Regarding Talysia's entry, I actualy saw that happen once. I used to work on the fourth floor of an office block in Manchester. The rear of the block overlooked a small enclosed public gardens with flower beds and paths. As I was standing looking out of the window drinking a coffee I noticed a banana skin on one of the paths. Shortly a woman pushing a pram entered the gardens and, sure enough, she made her way around the flower beds and slipped on the banana skin. :D

    Previously I hadn't thought slipping on a banana skin was particularly funny and couldn't understand why anyone would think it was. But I soon changed my mind. I could hardly breathe for laughing. It was all the more funny the way the woman quickly got up, looked around to see if anyone was about, and carried on as if nothing had happened.

    I know I shouldn't have laughed but I just couldn't help myself. :eek:
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    Perpetual Man

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    Well I have one photo, but depending on how you look at it, it might be considered a little... ummm risque.

    Not sure whether I should post or not...
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    Mouse

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    More risqué than your tree boobies?
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    Perpetual Man

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    Probably.

    It was a face!!!!

    Possibly because the tree boob... I mean face was a wonderful display of nature in the abstract. This one might have involved some.... uh positioning.
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    Mouse

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    *snicker*
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    AE35Unit

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    lovin the banana skin trip up!
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    Perpetual Man

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    I've just put my two up, the first was from a while ago. It's on top of an upright freezer, and the cats used to jump up there, no coercion at all to get in the boxes...

    The second.... well I'm not saying anything.

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