WORDLESS WEDNESDAY

Prompts and Challenges

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Since this is Wordless Wednesday I’m not able to say anything about the image above. But if you have questions or comments, I can probably answer on Thursday!

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15 thoughts on “WORDLESS WEDNESDAY

  1. I love the photo. Great piece of Spanish Colonial style architecture, with great lighting. However, I count 28 words so far, so maybe you should change the title to “Wordy Wednesday” and give us the full run down 😉 BTW you are not the first photo blogger I’ve given a hard time about having words on Wordless Wednesday. Maybe some of the writers should try Wordless Wednesday and see if they can give us a blank page.

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    1. Thanks, Timothy, but now I feel like I’m back in school and the teacher is telling me to sit down. See, I always take directives more as suggestions. So Wordless Wednesday is, to me, more like “We would prefer if you played by the rules but understand you probably will not.” With that said, if this was labeled Wordy Wednesday, I probably would have nothing to say. 🙂 I took another look at my processing and now feel it is a bit too dark. What do you think?

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      1. I like on the dark side. You can still see detail, and it gives it a starker contrast. Wordy Wednesday with nothing to say would actually be refreshing.

        You are not a Photoshop user are you? The lasted PS CC is very nice. They have integrated a lot of Illustrator into it and added a lot of really nice features.

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          1. eBook? You don’t need no stinking eBook! Just get in there and go after it. Then you look at the eBook to answer questions and figure out the nuances 😉 I’m giving you a hard time. Pay no attention.

            You see I have years of experience having to figure out equipment and trouble shoot software after the clients have long thrown out all documentation. It’s really fun trying to figure out how to get admin access when people forget their passwords. Fortunately, most of the time these folks don’t bother to lock down the default admin access to systems and equipment — it’s not good for security, but saves everyone a lot of time and money as long as the systems haven’t been compromised.

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              1. I remember in a calculus class years and years ago, I did particularly bad on one really hard test, but I was the only one in the class that got the hardest problem on the test right. The professor announced to the class that I was the only one who got the impossible problem right, noting that was about the only problem I got right. He then turned to me and said “You must have stripped quite a few brain gears figuring out that problem!” That’s what I got for thinking. I managed to somehow pass the class, but I think I still have unrepairable, stripped gears in my brain from that class. Be careful about thinking too much.

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  2. I like the shadowy look. I’m thinking the clouds are by Emilio, but I’m not sure! (You have me always looking at the clouds now, making a game out of guessing whether you messed with them, haha.)

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