3 13 23 March 13, 2023oneowner The middle finger has the fastest growing nail. I read it on a Snapple bottle cap, so it must be true. Related
I can clearly see the inspiration for the middle finger quote. 😉
Beautiful tones and soft colors in this photo. Nice!
You give me more credit than I deserve, Earl. Thanks.
OK, you got me to look at my middle finger. ;-( And like Earl, there was no way out of seeing that board as a middle finger. But setting all that aside, the photo is a beauty!
I must admit that you and Earl are sharper than I am because I never noticed the coincidence when I posted. Yet, I can’t promise any more trivia about any appendages in the future. The bottle caps just keep on rolling. Thanks, Lynn, always a pleasure.
They do, and so do your audience’s minds…
Somehow methinks you’re joking. The comparison is quite obvious!
Everybody knows I never joke!
The balance on that board appears wrong . . . unless it’s attached to the concrete.
As for the nail and the middle finger . . . I can certainly believe it; it’s the finger that gets the most workout, and the nail gets the freshest air as it’s held high.
. . . in contrast, the thumb has the slowest growing nail since most people seem to park it in a place where it doesn’t get much air . . . or light.
I use my middle finger all the time. You are right about the fingers. And the other thing, too.
Color, light and composition all interesting. Seems you’ve created a classic “white bear problem” with that bottle cap quote
Thank you, John. I have problems more serious than the bottle cap trivia. I don’t mind.
Good work on the picture. Glad you posted it.
Thanks again, John. I really appreciate that.
The colors are beautiful, and there is something haunting or ambiguous about this photograph. Maybe it’s what Disperser said (“The balance on that board appears wrong). Or maybe it’s something else. I keep reading the board as standing up, and then I lose that reading. Anyway, I like it!
Viewer perception is essential in interpreting a photo. Is this what really occurred? Maybe. Thanks, Linda.
That’s the largest popsicle stick I’ve ever seen.
The popsicle was delicious, though!