Stacey Youdin

Stacey Youdin
Birthday
July 03
Bio
Veteran of the Southwest honky-tonk circuit. Homeowner slash builder, photographer, musician, and of course pajama-wearing, guitar-player pundit. I ask only two things: (1) please don't message me when you have something new. I start every session here on the most recent page, filtered by my favo(u)rites. (2) When you comment, it reassures me you've approached the piece as what the quaint of heart like to call a 'reader.' I have a lovely wife, fantastic friends and two charming cats. What else is there?

FEBRUARY 10, 2013 7:31PM

Six Photos with Titles

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showdown_at_catnip_rock SHOWDOWN AT CATNIP ROCK
 
A larger version of this shot from today may be seen here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
museum_dog DOES YOUR DOG BITE?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
warm_glass WARM GLASS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
rockaway_set
NICE SET

A larger version of this triple-entendre may be seen here.









catch_the_wind AH, BUT I MAY AS WELL TRY AND CATCH THE WIND

 

Larger.








 

truffle_shuffle
WHERE THE WILD GRAFFITIS ARE

 

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copyright exists - it just does

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Have your fun savvy reader if you must, but the titles are the hardest part.
Stacey, you made my day, plus that of my feline friends here with "Showdown At Catnip Rock." A follow-up would be "High Noon at the O.K. Cat Corral."
Loved the nice set. Fun post! Thanks. /R
Interesting mix of photos. I liked that striped sun going down in the grey. Good work.
First of all, your title cracked me up, Stacey, then that cat's face looks like the printer cartridge exploded on him. Very funny.
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That para-sailing photo gives me the same feeling in the pit of my stomach that the real thing did!
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"R"
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Enjoyed!
Thank you ~R
designanator - happy to oblige. I love your addition to the "meme."

nilesite - fun, wow! Horizons have been catching my eye since I was little.

zanelle - thank you for your generous comment. Glad you enjoyed the mix.

Emily - Printer cartridge. Ha! Good one. One time I changed out the stovepipe and took the old one outside to deal with later. We had a mostly white cat who walked the length of the pipe to emerge mostly black. My wife thought a stranger cat had taken up residence. Thank you for your fun comment.

Algis - sparkly bits, implied motion, hearts and some characters I'm not familiar with backatcha. Thank you!

Chuck - the blower who spends too long on the piece and doesn't pay enough attention to the join with the pipe is making disaster.

pixie - in the image, you can almost lose the cables. In real life, I'll bet you're aware of everything. You've got more sense of adventure than I.

M.C.S. - I value your comment and admire your work. Thank you.
[r] excellent!!!! enjoyed!!! best, libby
libby - wow. I hope you know I've visited and rated some of your recent posts, but I would have been joining the fray after the thread went "Yahoo." We don't share every last iota, but we're not opposites, neither. I don't know how you suffer the trolls. I just curl up like a slow loris with my rice ball. (Gives mildly subversive eye roll and, of course, wanders off.)
stacey -- thanks! these shots are so very exciting! more, more!

I try to use the mantra, "what others think of me is none of my business" -- works most of the time! and detachment is important once you discern REAL communication has jumped the shark of possibility, though sometimes I don't try hard enough when I have become defensive by being majorly condescended to.

iconoclasm has its usefulness, though -- it keeps one honest oneself sometimes! cronyism can be warming and then again over-compromising and toxic. walking the line of balance is tough sometimes -- for me, anyway.

I am glad there is unrest on open salon. there is a lot to be unrestful about in America right now!

best, libby :-)
I don't know why someone would leave graffiti on the utilitarian woodwork of deposit boxes and visitor information at the "clam beach." Methinks an art major was forced on a field-trip for "basic zoology."
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