Window Blinds For Less

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  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.

Waiting for the End (365/365)

Waiting for the End (365/365)

I made it, and it was a good ride.

Mixed emotions all day today. Nothing like I thought 365/365 would be. It's really kind of sad to be at the end, yet I'm ready for it to be over.

I started this project with zero expectations. I was shooting every night trying to learn how to use my camera so I thought why not?

It's amazing how 365 opens your eyes to the world around you. Colors, textures, funny signs and some of life's most special moments are everywhere if you know where to look.

365 has taught me to see when I was blind.

The aspect I missed upon entering this commitment was the sacrifice my family would have to make. Mainly my loving wife, who was understanding of my obsession....

most of the time.

As shown in this picture, she was waiting for the end.

This is her third appearance in my project and likely the first voluntary one (love you sweetie). It's a fav of my favs for many reasons.

Not only did she support me, but she named me... not on purpose, but she came up with it none the less :)

Something like "You're obsessed with this photography stuff!"

I'm looking forward to tomorrow, but wondering what I'll do with my extra time. I don't think I'll take a photo just to break the streak, but I'll have my camera with me just in case I come across some random beauty.

Thanks to everybody who helped me get through this project. Some of you helped with daily comments regardless of how few I returned, others saved my butt by loaning me gear when mine failed me. You know who you are.

I'm not going anywhere, but you may find me missing for a few days here and there. I have some time to give back to those around me.

Thank you all!

sb 24 1/8 pwr, cto gel, 13 ft in the air, 30 feet outside the window.
triggered with cybersync



While I was working in my study, I heard a slight tap at my window and went to see what it was. My house is a chalet bungalow which means that the upstairs rooms are partly in the roof and a gutter runs some distance below the window so when I look out I can see into the guttering below. There I saw a great tit and the origin of the tap was clear. There was nothing I could do. The guttering is too high for me to reach even with a step ladder. The bird moved a little and then stopped so I knew the poor little sausage had very likely broken its neck. But I checked a minute later and it was still. So I returned to my study and wept a bit for how unfair fate is, it looked like a young bird and I was angry for how things like that could happen and angry with myself for not having the blinds down and for having a house just at that point where it wanted to fly. I returned to the window later, wondering how I could give it a decent burial and there was no sign of it. I searched the garden to make sure... Nothing... so I assume that it had simply stunned itself, finally regained consciousness and flown off! In which case although fate had planted my house here it had given the bird a chalet bungalow with a slope from the window to slide down and a gutter to catch him/her. A fall from window height would have most certainly led to death. Anyway, the bird as they say had flown... And no this wasn't the image planned for 'Gone' but serendipity dictates it has to be here.

Cropped and converted to B&W in PictureProject (these two feathers were tiny... less than a centimetre.

window blinds for less

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