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Old 08-15-03, 02:33 PM
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Originally posted by Thor Simpson
Okay people... definately keep posting your crayon pics in this thread. But also be sure to list them on the new OtterFarm site here: http://www.imageadventures.com/otterfarm/crayons.php

I will be going through the pics on that site when I get back in town in a week so that we have them archived!
so how does one establish an account?
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Old 08-15-03, 02:35 PM
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Old 08-15-03, 03:08 PM
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Tropical Rain Forest "foret pluviale tropicale" made it to Seattle safe and sound.

We're still in the SLR age so photos will take a little longer to turn around. Hopefully I get some good shots before my 3 year-old daughter wears it down to a nub. She thought it was pretty cool that Dad got a lovingly packaged solitary crayon in the mail.
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Oh, if only I'd had my crayon yesterday! I pic of it crossing the Brooklyn bridge with millions of blackout-fleeing folks would have been awesome. And it's the black crayon too! *sigh*
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Originally posted by buskerdog
Oh, if only I'd had my crayon yesterday! I pic of it crossing the Brooklyn bridge with millions of blackout-fleeing folks would have been awesome. And it's the black crayon too! *sigh*
you know... we wouldn't have known the difference if you had just used any black crayon.
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Old 08-15-03, 04:18 PM
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Originally posted by jdpatri
Are there any crayons that still need adopting?

I'm moving up to Cambridge next week - wife going to Harvard Law and all... I think Harvard could use some (off)color.
I was wondering the same thing, but I think they were all adopted awhile ago. But I also heard talk about the possibility of replacement crayons, those that were adopted but never heard from again.
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Okay, I have mine, but let me be serious for a second. I would LOVE if everyone used approximately the sme size photos (or at least had them somewhere) and we could make this into a coffee table book with ibook or something similar. It could show the ebay page, where they started, where they went. Simple Title like "96 Crayons". Anyway, I think that would be sweet.

Okay, I decided to take mine out to see some sights. So we went down to the Columbia River near the Biggs Junction Bridge. My flash was on, so my hand lit up


Actually, we were at the very first memorial dedicated to WWI in the entire nation, which is a replica of Stonehenge. The wind blows a lot, so Royal Purple had a rough time standing up or staying on anything.



I decided it would be great to get a picture of him on the sacrificial table at the center, but he wouldn't stand up. Fortunately there are always old people at these kind of memorials, and they tried to help me out (but were really wondering what was going on).



Finally, with a few rocks it stayed up for a second and here is the shot sans old people. You have to look hard to see it.



here is the closeup

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Just for giggles, here is a picture of Stonehenge from the highway



and here is one more of Royal Purple looking up the Columbia River (just outside the circle at Stonehenge.

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Great photos!

It's just really odd that there's a replica of Stonehenge in Oregon.

Still waiting for Laser Lemon to show up!
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Originally posted by Blade
Great photos!

It's just really odd that there's a replica of Stonehenge in Oregon.

Still waiting for Laser Lemon to show up!
You are looking at Oregon on the other side fo the River. This is in WA.
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I didn't know we had a Stonhenge in WA.
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You need to get out of the West Side on occasion and see what Washington is all about. Ever hear of Sam Hill? As in, What the Sam Hill is going on?

Big Washington guy.
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Originally posted by kvrdave
I would LOVE if everyone used approximately the sme size photos
I tried... I made mine the odd 480x321 that bfrank used (must be the drugs), but then you and Randy come by with your newfangled 640x480.
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Originally posted by Goblincat
I tried... I made mine the odd 480x321 that bfrank used (must be the drugs)...
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@ the old people
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First pic - Timber Wolf's Arrival.

[more to follow]
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Ahh... a silver crayon in front of a stack of porn DVDs.

*tear*
That's beautiful
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Originally posted by Goblincat
I tried... I made mine the odd 480x321 that bfrank used (must be the drugs), but then you and Randy come by with your newfangled 640x480.
I can redo mine. I just used teh lowest setting in my camera software.

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Originally posted by bfrank
just me and my partner (we have been together for 10 years).
You and kvrdave have been together for a decade ???
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He said partner, not "partner"
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Just to let ya know that Hot Magenta has arrived. I'll get the first pic out soon but I may wait for the weekend to show it around the city.
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Originally posted by kvrdave

here is the closeup

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Originally posted by kvrdave


Moving to Mature Forum.

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Okay shamrock had a great day.

We went to Laguna Seca for the Monterey Historic races..

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