Discussion in 'Challenges' started by f1r3b1rd, Apr 2, 2019.
That's an awesome amp. It holds beer.
I was thinking just that while at cracker barrel.
I like that chomped pic
when I saw that I thought HELL YEAH. I could have gone crazy in that place = but all the people watching.
Taken with s9. My parents back yard. I don't know what the plants are called but thought they looked beautiful and the addition of two squonks or two Voopoo vapes would make great pictures. Sometimes I almost forget to add vapes!
Shot on my Company IPhone at work. Kitty gets in my truck to say Hi.
Upturned oak tree from a walk in the woods. Phone pic.
Looks like Hostas to me
F1.5 aperture for low light
No great story. I just have a thing for rows of lines.
Taken with my s9. Pico Squeeze 2 hiding in the ivy growing up the fence. I love my vapes and I love plants so its only natural for me to find different ways of putting them together. It was difficult finding a place where the ivy would support a vape but where there's a will there's a way.
Looks like an arrowhead plant. Thereare a few varieties.
Simetric beauty) i'm a girl = i love flowers)
Taken with s9. Back at my parents house in the backyard my pico squeeze 2 decided to go for a swing. That Pico sure does get around!
Sat my Underground SQK clone next to a Dos Equis beer and thought they looked nice together with the new hot sauce I got. (It's basically a black soy sauce with chile de arbol in it. Fun stuff.)
Taken with my 'ol 2013 Moto X.
I know, Pinoy ain't Mexi, but the artistic styles are similar IMO.
Taken with my s9. Natural sunlight. My Aleader Bhive on my father's garden workbench. Once again it's old vs new to make a cool combination.
Foot - Gear Matchy-Matchy
Was just sitting here watching baseball and saw the matchy with my shoes, the black mod case, and the o-rings on the Cylin. Had to do it.
Shot with the Canon A520, minimally treated in LR5
those shoes are creepy.
Looks like Shrek's dentures.
a little Twist'n. old canon camera, no flash.
That first pic is nice. The blue of the mod is similar enough to the lathe to visually rhyme, yet contrast. Clever design
My favourite pic so far! Very creative
One of my favorite beers!
Taken with my s9. Pico squeeze 2 in the flowerbeds. Told you that Pico got around
Its flower day. My Drag 2 decided to get in the action by enjoying 2 flower beds.
Taken with my s9. Lighting is from the sun, about as natural as you can get.
Taken with my s9. I don't know the name of this plant but the color matched my Drag 2 close enough that I had to take a picture of them together . For the record I went around my parents neighborhood asking permission to take pictures of their plants/flowers with my vapes. Boy did I feel strange!
My DH tried to help by setting up the Squonk house (his term, not mine) He added pineapples to make it festive and I added squonks. Not the most original picture but it made him happy. Taken as usual with my s9.
Heehee, I was having a convo about food/health stuffs in another thread.
Had the thought to weigh-in on my vintage Timex SC-1 digital scale I got the other day at thrift.
It's the first bathroom scale I've ever owned.
It cost all of $2 since a 50% off sale was on. Put in a 9v battery and it fired right up.
I don't know much about it, but I'm guessing it's late 70s to mid-80s?? Very nifty old thing.
Shot with my 2013 MotoX, edited on-camera. No FX.
I am soooooo glad you posted something! I was beginning to think they moved the contest to another forum and didn't tell me.
Hehe, you're welcome!
FWIW: I finally found something out about that scale.
Pretty trippy stuff from 1982. (I was right about the era).
This part was especially cool having had a competing product, the TI-99/4A as one of my first computers.
Nice. I love having things with history.
old canon camera, no flash.
those who have a cylon, look at the screens, first 2.
old dig cam, flash on.
old dig cam, no flash.
Taken with my s9. Voopoo X217 hanging around in the trees. I especially liked the leaf/pollen combination with the vape hanging out in the tree. The moss and peeling bark added extra color and texture.
A project pictorial: To fix a dead "subwoofer" speaker.
This was tossed by a neighbor, figured I could fix it.
First thing was to pull out the DMM and check it for continuity and resistance. It Ohm'd out ok, so that was good. But, I heard something rattling around in there...ah..damn kids...
It's cheap RCA HTIB shit, all glued up particle board and plastic, but I found an entry point. Snapped off the speaker 'cover' with a stout knife and then could unscrew the speaker itself. Yuppers, the dome had been pushed in and a foreign object had been pushed down the bass tube. Yay...SMH.
The creepy offending object with MiniVolt mod and Mini Vengence tank for scale.
Weird little toy thing, it's really heavy plastic for it's size. Wonder if it has lead paint? Eeep.
Used a small safety pin to carefully pull out the cone, then some glue stick to fill the pinhole and strengthen the smooshed cone somewhat. Should be fine, this ain't a Hi-Fi bit of kit.
I'll let the glue dry awhile and test it later.
It works! Using as a bassy-ish center channel for my LR stereo.
A crappy recording with the main speakers turned off, using the FM tuner, and via cell phone.
I'm pleased it works.
Which wire do I clip? quick only 30 seconds
Uninspired at work with a crappy old phone
Blue. Always cut the blue wire!
Where's Waldo ?
Still uninspired, still have crappy phone.
Looking off ny boat dock. Phone pic.
WHICH BLUE WIRE ?????
Lol bottom left.
Whew, that was close....
When in doubt cut them all!
Today is tree day. Taken with my s9. Different angles-slightly lol One is more shady.
LG phone. No filters no flash. Just gloomy weather
I like to use Seal-all for such things.
Heck it even seals gas tanks
Ya, but it wouldn't work too well on a paper speaker cone.