What a Difference a Day Makes

Yesterday I was blogging away as usual. Today I have blogged away for a year! I want to thank everyone who has helped me along the way as I learned to put my thoughts and experiences down in Cyberspace. There are kindred souls with like-interests that we share, and fascinating people with interests that I…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

“…Delicate could be the tracings of frost on a window, a child’s tiny fingers and toes, the intricate pattern of a tree’s canopy, or something yet-to-be-discovered. So much of this challenge depends on your interpretation of “delicate…”

I started thinking about how the word delicate applies my job as an electrician on the Golden Gate Bridge. When I am at work, delicate is relative because everything is built “Hell for stout”, as we said in the mines.

The photo below shows another positioning ring used in setting the Coastal Artillery guns in the bunkers above the Golden Gate Strait. I put my hand in the photo to give some sense of scale to this delicate ring. Enjoy.

Artillery positioning ring.

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Photo © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

I took this photo with my iPhone 5 and made edits in Snapseed.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

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Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 13

I took this photo of a window in the old hospital building on Angel Island in San Francisco Bay last June. Note: It is a photo-rich environment. Enjoy.

window

Hospital Window, Angel Island.
Photo © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 13

I took this photo with a Canon Powershot A620 camera, cropped it in iPhoto and made edits in Snapseed.