On the Surface – CFFF
According to Cee, the host of the aptly named Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge:
“This week our topic is Texture. Anything that that you would want to touch and feel the texture or in some cases not want to touch. Have fun.”
Let’s see what we can find:
Not a good time to try and rub MiMi’s belly.
These little guys hold steel studs together. They are as sharp as needles.
The ice was very heavy. Fortunately, I didn’t have to lift it once it was broken up.
I decided to just let the broken section be a feature of the bowl.
You can’t sand body putty with a woodworking palm sander. The little pneumatic sander works well, but it was slow-going.
This gull seems to be hunkering down in the sand.
Spreading the paver sand base.
This tree is loaded with pine cones.
This Pileated Woodpecker has opened a diner in this tree.
This is a small tree stump in our yard that was uncovered as I cleared space for the fence upgrade recently completed.
Pie, ice cream and whipped cream
I love this marking gauge from Veritas & Lee Valley. It helped me cope that last long board up to the siding
“Hmmm I like quince”
Unlike the flag on the other side, this one is not faded. I think it looks good in that colorful window.
Double-Cut Bacon (twice as thick) – it was very good.
“I didn’t give you permission to rub my belly.”