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I’m always on the lookout for a creepy doll. Here are a few I’ve come across.

Creepy Doll

She was in a thrift store, Columbiana AL

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Antique store TN

Creepy Doll

Antique store TN

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Museum of Appalachia

Creepy Doll

Museum of Appalachia

Creepy Doll

I’m not sure where I saw this.

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Scavenger Hunt

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This is from This is Not a Book by Keri Smith.

1. Seed podSeed pods

2. Something red A red, unripe, wild blackberry

3. The definition of a word I don’t know. Definition of palindrome

4. A puzzle to complete Boxes of puzzles

5. A secret codeSecret code

6. A scientific theorem
Bell’s Theorem
First published Wed Jul 21, 2004; substantive revision Wed Mar 13, 2019
Bell’s Theorem is the collective name for a family of results, all of which involve the derivation, from a condition on probability distributions inspired by considerations of local causality, together with auxiliary assumptions usually thought of as mild side-assumptions, of probabilistic predictions about the results of spatially separated experiments that conflict, for appropriate choices of quantum states and experiments, with quantum mechanical predictions. These probabilistic predictions take the form of inequalities that must be satisfied by correlations derived from any theory satisfying the conditions of the proof, but which are violated, under certain circumstances, by correlations calculated from quantum mechanics. Inequalities of this type are known as Bell inequalities, or sometimes, Bell-type inequalities. Bell’s theorem shows that no theory that satisfies the conditions imposed can reproduce the probabilistic predictions of quantum mechanics under all circumstances.

The principal condition used to derive Bell inequalities is a condition that may be called Bell locality, or factorizability. It is, roughly, the condition that any correlations between distant events be explicable in local terms, as due to states of affairs at the common source of the particles upon which the experiments are performed.”

7. Something that was alive Dead Turtle

*Part of the Death In Paradise series

8. A mapHand drawn map

9. A footnote
C.B. Parker (1994). McGraw-Hill Encyclopaedia of Physics (2nd ed.). McGraw-Hill. p. 542. ISBN 978-0-07-051400-3. Bell himself wrote: “If [a hidden variable theory] is local it will not agree with quantum mechanics, and if it agrees with quantum mechanics it will not be local. This is what the theorem says.” John Bell, Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics, Cambridge University Press, 1987, p. 65.

10. Something that was lostShattered UV filter

I lost this UV filter when the camera landed nose first on the asphalt.

11. A piece of threadThread on the ground

As seen in Paradise Point Marina parking lot

12. A ticket stubTicket stubsSiluria AL

13. Something with a circle on itInter-dimensional Space Time Portal

Don’t forget your Universal Passport

14. A palindrome: MADAM

15. A piece of toilet paperA clean piece of toilet paper

Toilet paper hanging from WHQ’s toilet paper dispenser.

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I Went for a Walk

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People doing what they do on the streets of the French Quarter.

Checking things outBut mom
Smoke breakThe best camera is the one you have with you” ~ Chase Jarvis .Just standing around

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Abandoned Marina*

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Kokomo is still partly functional. The RV Park and boat launch appear to be intact.

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*Part of my Lost in Paradise Project

Front Porch Sitting

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It’s a hot, humid Central Alabama day, perfect for some front porch sitting.

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Phantasmagoria

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1:  an exhibition of optical effects and illusions
2: a :  a constantly shifting complex succession of things seen or imagined
b :  a scene that constantly changes
3:  a bizarre or fantastic combination, collection, or assemblage

Sometimes, watching my Now,  life feels like optical effects and illusions, a bizarre and fantastic assemblage.  Science tells me it is an illusion. What is perceived is not the energy rushing about nor is it the mostly empty space between particles.  The very act of looking solidifies the constantly changing scene much like a photograph.  
White pelican
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Fisheye Black and White 

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I like the fisheye lens from Olloclip.  

These pictures were taken by me at the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum with the Hipstamatic app, and the Olloclip fisheye lens on an iPhone 6.  

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Town and Country

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I went to the city

 I went to the country

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Dam Bird Hunting Adventure

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I had a dam adventure trying to photograph birds.


Turtle sunning on a log


This sod truck had managed to get stuck.
Lack of experience?
Stupidity?
Someone held a gun to his head?
It blocked traffic for thirty minutes.

 

 
Look at me!  Look at me!
Flap! Flap!

I had a good dam time.
Hope you did too.

Peace Love Light

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Ink Time in Black and White v2

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It was time for Christy to get some new ink. Off we trekked to New Needle Tattoo, home of her favorite artist.

There is a strange man in the bathroom.
 
Jason Stage is the owner and primary artist at New Needle.
 
 

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