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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Theme Thursday = Camera


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47 comments:

  1. Great picture! Is that camera yours?
    I have some really old ones that belonged to my dad but I can't seem to get the picture I want of them!

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  2. What a great camera. It looks almost like one my Dad had. Have no idea where it is today...probably my brother has it after Dad passed.

    What would life be like without cameras....???? I can't imagine.

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  3. Enjoy the acrostic. So many bloggers out there are creating a wonderful chronicle.

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  4. I love the old camera...and your very true words! Come say hi :D

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  5. It's funny how a picture of a camera can be comforting, cozy...I like it!

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  6. and again and again...you know i kinda miss the slide shows as a kid...

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  7. Nanny ~ no, not mine, unfortunately!

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  8. Brian ~ the slide shows...always such a fun thing at family reunions! Haven't seen them in years....or the old, old b&w movies!

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  9. I have an old camera like that. My mother gave it too me. I wish it worked.

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  10. Oh, nice camera. I find them to be so beautiful...the old ones.

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  11. Wonderful picture and a perfect acrostic. I love the old cameras.

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  12. You acrostic is a wonderful description of what a camera is all about.

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  13. Great camera, I wish it were mine. We always had slide shows growing up, Aunts and Uncles sharing trips to exotic places like Waupaka, Wisconsin. We spent many hours learning the names of relatives, alive and dead, who they married and most important, what church they attended. Sometimes I burn a DVD of old pictures and show it at our gatherings, but it's not the same. I can almost smell the scent of the slide burning in the projector...pass the popcorn please!

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  14. Whoa! An acrostic!

    For
    I've
    Lamented
    Many TTs without. ;)

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  15. Great pic, and I do like acrostics.

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  16. What a lovely vintage camera, imagine having one those.;)
    xo

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  17. That sums up a camera very well. Love the vintage camera.

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  18. This was great. And that camera looks beautiful.
    Smiles...

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  19. don't we all love our pictures? i can't imagine my life without them!

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  20. Mr. Fox ~ thank you...I always treasure your compliments! ;)

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  21. Jeffscape ~ haha...great one! I just KNEW you would be happy I did an acrostic!

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  22. What a great-looking old camera. Does it still work?

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  23. Wow Betsy,
    what an incredible blog and inspiring mother you are! I flew over here after I saw your comment on my own blog.
    So nice to meet you.
    Love your iced coffee picture. The best iced coffee is home-brewed. mmmmmm.

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  24. Ms. Gibson ~ thanks, chris! Sit down and I'll pour you an icy glass! :)

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  25. Great picture! I love the acrostic as well! Very meaningful!

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  26. Terrific antique. I have a small collection and what you have is a beaute. Thanks for stopping by to read my camera story.

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  27. Wow! Now there's a beautiful OLD camera! I enjoyed your acrostic as well.

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  28. Very nice acrostic. Concise - and so true.

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  29. That camera looks beautiful. You've defined it so well.

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  30. I am in love with old cameras and that one simply beautiful!

    Jen

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  31. What a lovely old camera. I found an old camera in a building that I was clearing out at my mom's house last month. Yours is far older and prettier though. Great TT post.

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  32. Beautiful, sharp work,with leather. They just don't make those kind of things anymore. It's just like old pictures. I have one of my grandfather's, it's in a duo-tang in leather (no, no, it's not a fixation!!!). Hummm. Good old time.

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  33. Your blog is so delightful! Thanks for commenting on mine, and I can guess that you are a bright spot in the lives of others! May God richly bless you. Gloria

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  34. Gloria ~ well, thank you! And thanks for the visit! :)

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  35. Refreshing post. Thanks for dropping by today. Always nice to drop by your place.

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  36. love the words and the beautiful old camera--I wish I could take some photos with that beauty--happy tt!

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  37. CMJ ~ It would be fun, wouldn't it?
    Especially if you had a dark room to develop your pics, too!

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  38. Betsy, you summed it up perfectly! ( smiles )

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  39. Exactly! That's exactly what we take photos for! Nicely done in so few words.

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  40. amazing camera and theme today...it is such a wonder filled hobby

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  41. Oh this one is so clever!!

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