The first two pictures are of a suit. I had to buy a suit while onsite with a customer in Atlanta. I ended up not needing it, so I didn’t buy it, but I did send the pictures to take with my PPC phone to my wife. I know better than to buy an article of clothing that my wife hasn’t approved. I did end up buying the dress shoes that my wife approved that day. I don’t often buy suits, figure once every 7 or 8 years. All of the pictures are as stored on the network drive where I keep my family history pictures. They are askance or askew, and I am not going to fix them. First off I would never wear a red shirt such as what is being shown in the suite picture. I’ve owned a redshirt in the past, but it was a chamois shirt.
The thumb pictures are embarrassing as well. Actual pictures were taken of my thumb. The camera phone was new when I got the device. I was playing around with the art of the possible. That is why instead of pretty clouds you see wings of an airplane in a couple of the pictures. You see images of my thumb, I know I’ve made fun of my thumb pictures in the 365-day photo challenge, I wanted to show why thumb pictures matter. I did take quite a few pictures of my thumbs over the years. Never really on purpose, although apparently when I figure got a PPC pheon with a camera attached, I did, on purpose take a couple of pictures of my thumbs.
Finally, as we come to the end of my diatribe against my horrible pictures shared today, let us instead of lifting our spirits look down to some crappy meeting room carpet. Notice that while it is plain carpet, there is nothing significant about it, we can clearly see it. Obviously in the future, 100 years from now, when people seek explanations for buildings that reached the sky, they will use this picture to determine that even 500 years from now, no one should have to take the picture. Hey, remember that carpeting? In Seattle Washingon in some meeting room? Do you remember it? Yeah, neither do I, but I still have the picture of it. Do you ant me to sed you he picture?