wordless wednesday


33 comments:

  1. Now this sure is different - love the hues of copper. I see Ms. Edelstein has left her mark here too...

    wv: sizar. This looks like a pair of sizars to me but I am probably wrong.

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  2. huh. We call those kelly clams, or hemostats. Use them every day...
    nice shot

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  3. I'm guessing some type of surgical forceps.

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  4. Lol!! I know , pick me! Pick Me!!
    I share well with others!!

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  5. A personalized, engraved roach clip? For the woman who has everything, right?

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  6. Interesting shot....looks like old medical equipment, yet the cast iron(?) under it makes me wonder if it has to do with cooking. Removing hot items from a pan or stove. You got me. Either way, an unique and thought provoking shot.
    xxxx

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  7. makes me think of some 19th century doctor about to do a procedure...without sterilizing those forceps..eeek!
    very nice, as always.

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  8. Looks almost antique as though it's been around since the um 60's ;) I'm guessing you didn't find this in the attic.

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  9. gorgeous shot. So much texture and the color balance is awesome.

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  10. uhmm... a little flashback here.
    love it !!

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  11. I love the detail that can be seen...how interesting it is to see what many of us ignore each day.

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  12. Laughing at Mojo..are we supposed to guess what these two have in common? I think it is an exquisite photo, no matter what you use the clips, um, hemostats for...

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  13. Candle snuffer? Whatever it/they is/are, it's a beautiful image.

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  14. Oh a porringer! My girls both ate their rice cereal from one when they were babies. We southerners love these very special silver bowls.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porringer
    V

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  15. Very nice composition. Hemostats/roach clip.....

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  16. Great photo - I love the copper and design, but I guess I don't really know what it is. That's fine for me - though now I'm curious what a "hemostat" is after reading one of the previous comments.

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  17. What Mojo said.. heh. Awesome shot though. Love the way the light falls.

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  18. a roach clip!! LOL
    that's priceless

    love, love, love the earthy metallic tones

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  19. Love the close shot of a scissors and ???

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  20. Everybody else has fairly much covered the ground I would have tread upon, so I'll not speculate. Love the brand name of the implement, though.

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  21. I used to call that a "roach clip". It's beautiful :)

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  22. SO well done! Tactile. LOVE the "etched" signature on the, um, clip :)

    You are MY sort of gal! (I even have a state license!)




    Aloha from Waikiki :)

    Comfort Spiral

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  23. Beautiful. I like the way the two objects look together.

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  24. Good grief. Just when I think you're finally getting serious, you turn into a cut-up! Creative one, but a cut-up, nontheless! ;-)

    Re your question on Ocala: I've not eaten there...Lois has...it's a little fancy-pantsy and their prices reflect that kind of food. Lois said it was OK.

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  25. The "word" this wordless Wednesday is you have a pair of 'dedelstein' fashion scissors...

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