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    ღ Déjà vu ღ miss tenderness's Avatar
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    Idril,oh my.........these pictures are professionally taken,amazing.The sunset on beach is my favorite.say Hi to your Daddy,he is really a genius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss tenderness View Post


    I took this lately
    any fans?
    Cute.
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    Cornwall August 2006

    I've finally started to load up my/my bf's Cornwall pics, but photobucket is playing up. so there's only one of them so far:

    St Michael's Mount near Marazion, Cornwall (with a random guy )

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    This wasnt taken by me but by my friend... I cant find my picture
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    lovely pictures,witchy and Night.

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    I'm not much of a photographer, but these are my children. Not my consanguineous children, of course; I'm not old enough for those. (Don't tell my mom I said that, she'll bemoan her lack of grandchildren.) I think it's good enough for now that I've created these, right?







    These are some of the guitars I've built, and a mandolin. The one at the bottom is the best; I made it for my father. The pictures at the top show varying stages of completion. These are all finished now, and I'm working on a few more. I don't find much time for them these days--what with books 'n stuff.
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    Those are absolutely beautiful, Jean-Baptiste! I am in awe of anyone who can create something like that.
    the luminous grass of the prairie hides
    feet lovely and still as sleeping doves,
    porcelain bones strong enough to carry a life,
    but weighty and unmovable
    As black Dakota hills.
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    Some piccies from my working desk. ...yea, I was not in the mood for doing anything...










    Jean...beautiful children!
    Last edited by subterranean; 12-12-2006 at 10:20 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Idril View Post
    Those are absolutely beautiful, Jean-Baptiste! I am in awe of anyone who can create something like that.
    Ah, shucks. Thank you Idril.

    It's only a testament to my excellent teacher. I wanted to be a luthier, in my younger days, so I went to school in Canada to learn. I'm afraid it has become more of a hobby than anything else, especially since I seem to be more willing to give them away than sell. How can I sell my children? One does not sell children; one gives them away.

    Thanks, subterranean! They have my eyes, don't you think?

    Someday I'll have a desk like that, with stuff on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subterranean View Post
    Some piccies from my working desk. ...yea, I was not in the mood for doing anything...



    Hey I got the same phone at my desk at work too. They must have sold millions of them. I wonder who makes them? I ought to buy their stock.
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    Those are beautiful, Jean-B. You are a craftsman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil View Post
    Those are beautiful, Jean-B. You are a craftsman.
    Thank you, Virgil. I take "craftsman" as a very high compliment; it seems to be taking on a lower-class connotation these days, which I think is sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil View Post
    Hey I got the same phone at my desk at work too. They must have sold millions of them. I wonder who makes them? I ought to buy their stock.
    My company use Cisco. Pretty fancy thing, I think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-Baptiste View Post
    One does not sell children; one gives them away.
    Or leaves them in the forest to fend for themselves!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Basil View Post
    Or leaves them in the forest to fend for themselves!

    Yes, or that. But what if the rot?

    Should I fill them with bread crumbs?

    In this case I would technically be bringing them back home, right? Back from boarding school, mature and productive members of cellulose society.
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