When I put a submersible pump in a well I hang it on black plastic but
a few metal pieces are always required. When I put the pump in the new
well with the big tank the other day I noticed the place of origin of
all the metal pieces and had to take a picture of it. Italy, Canada,
Thailand and Taiwan. The hired man said it was an international well. I
wondered about American manufacturing. Just found the whole thing
interesting. Taken 6/14/2006.
I am feeling distinctly uncreative lately; or as friend Abigail says, intensely inactive. Luckily, others are out there making marvelous things to inspire the rest of us, and I intend (with their permission) to exploit those inspirations this week.
I did it in Photoshop by applying different layers, SB.
began with shot of a lily, used posterize to emphasize the lines, did
one layer of patterns with the belted kingfisher, another layer with an
abstract pattern, set the mode to overlay and then played around with
opacity until I got a blend that I liked.
I think I can do most of that in Photoshop Elements, and intend to try -- when I'm done being intensely inactive.
This is a test, to see how things are different after activating FeedFlare for Watermark -- despite all the explanation, I've no idea what to expect. Just a hint to the techies -- pictures, pictures, pictures, please.
Awhile back, I added FeedBurner, then forgot about it. This service runs all your feeds through the FeedBurner feed, invisibly, so that you know how many folks read your various feeds.
When I went in to set up FeedFlare, I discovered that Watermark has 111 subscribers.
LATER: OK, what is it supposed to do? Something I won't see?