Sunday, December 28, 2008

Saga of the changing snow toupee on the red truck

We're going backwards in time here, starting with a bald red truck, on Saturday, Dec. 27, a week after the first photo below. The truck certainly looks clean, to have been buried beneath snow for a solid week!
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Blurry, early morning shot from Dec. 26, as I left the building to head to work. I couldn't resist this much smaller version of the snow toupee.
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Christmas Day reveals a bit of a receding hairline for the snow toupee on the red truck's passenger side.
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This photo taken one week ago today shows how much snow rested in the pickup's bed as well as accentuating the toupee-look, from the back window up. It sort of reminds me of that haircut, I think it was called a fade. Anyone? Anyone?
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About 12 hours later, look how much snow has stacked up on the truck!
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Saturday, Dec. 20 and the first photo I took of the red truck with a light coating of snow. I think it ended up snowing four to six inches that day.
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Thank you for your indulgence of all the snow photos. I'm saving some other snow shots for later in the week. The D50 will soon be off for it's check-up, cleaning, etc. I don't want to use up all of my photos too quickly. I do have the CoolPix L12 to use to take photos, but it's certainly far from the same process. I'll make it just fine, though, because I know how important it is for the D50 to be serviced.

2 comments:

Ted and Lori said...

Hey Lynette! I think we emailed once, but I can't find your address and am wanting to send you an evite...could you email me at ourownrooney@gmail.com? Thanks!

Raining Iguanas said...

This was great, a receding hairline on a Tacoma.