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09/09/2020 07:58:41 PM · #1
Do you ever shoot stuff and then say to yourself, "No... I can't enter that! What if it scores well and needs to be validated! Site Council will see how messy our house... yard... is!"?

I do. Darnsies.

Message edited by author 2020-09-09 19:59:50.
09/09/2020 09:05:05 PM · #2
No. I have more important things to worry about.

It's like when my mother in-law stops by. She'll complain about my running clothes, or rock climbing gear being out, or that I'm fixing my bike in the dining room. I always let her know where the door is after those comments.
09/09/2020 09:05:43 PM · #3
LOL then you should share and may be you will get ideas on how to do cleaning ;) :D

Originally posted by Lydia:

Do you ever shoot stuff and then say to yourself, "No... I can't enter that! What if it scores well and needs to be validated! Site Council will see how messy our house... yard... is!"?

I do. Darnsies.
09/09/2020 10:28:49 PM · #4
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ETA: Besides paying attention to your photo setup, a carefully-made selection and the Gaussian Blur filter can do wonders for your "decor" ...

Message edited by author 2020-09-09 22:34:36.
09/10/2020 12:56:24 AM · #5
Originally posted by Lydia:

Do you ever shoot stuff and then say to yourself, "No... I can't enter that! What if it scores well and needs to be validated! Site Council will see how messy our house... yard... is!"?

I do. Darnsies.


I understand your problem. With me it is often a case of 'I can't shoot for that!'
09/10/2020 01:05:23 AM · #6
Being confined to our homes doesnít make it easy to take interesting and unidentifiable pictures. Iím fortunate to have a couple of willing subjects but Iím afraid theyíre getting old:)
09/10/2020 04:25:02 PM · #7
Originally posted by Venser:

I always let her know where the door is after those comments.

Why am I not surprised, Chris? :-)

Message edited by author 2020-09-10 16:25:14.
09/10/2020 04:46:39 PM · #8
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Why am I not surprised, Chris? :-)

I would never say anything in another persons home unless they explicitly ask.
It's literally the first thing she says while walking through the door.
09/10/2020 05:01:25 PM · #9
Originally posted by Venser:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Why am I not surprised, Chris? :-)

I would never say anything in another persons home unless they explicitly ask.
It's literally the first thing she says while walking through the door.

Oh, I'm with you 100% friend. I just knew in my heart of hearts if anyone wouldn't put up with it, that would be you :-)
09/10/2020 05:04:51 PM · #10
Even my MIL wasn't rude enough for that! :D

09/10/2020 06:37:33 PM · #11
Originally posted by Venser:

No. I have more important things to worry about.

It's like when my mother in-law stops by. She'll complain about my running clothes, or rock climbing gear being out, or that I'm fixing my bike in the dining room. I always let her know where the door is after those comments.


Nothing to do with your MIL, but did you ever read Rascal by Sterling North? Love that book . . . and that dad!
09/10/2020 07:23:57 PM · #12
Originally posted by nam:

Nothing to do with your MIL, but did you ever read Rascal by Sterling North? Love that book . . . and that dad!

I have not.
Placed a hold at the library.
09/10/2020 07:46:15 PM · #13
Originally posted by Venser:

No. I have more important things to worry about.

It's like when my mother in-law stops by. She'll complain about my running clothes, or rock climbing gear being out, or that I'm fixing my bike in the dining room. I always let her know where the door is after those comments.


So what I want to know, has she found the door?
09/10/2020 11:21:32 PM · #14
Originally posted by Venser:

Originally posted by nam:

Nothing to do with your MIL, but did you ever read Rascal by Sterling North? Love that book . . . and that dad!

I have not.
Placed a hold at the library.


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