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London, Ontario, February 2008 [Click to embiggen]
I took this picture of my laptop's keyboard for a work-related project, but decided I liked the perspective so much that I'd upload it as a Caption This photo, too.
First thing every morning, I stare at these keys for a few seconds and think about all the words I'll be cranking out through the day. A comfortable, well laid-out and fast keyboard is critical to me. I'm a bit OCD about these things, so I'm thrilled that this new laptop of mine lets my fingers fly.
About the only thing that comes close to this is one of the new Mac 'boards. Maybe there are more keyboard pics in my future. Yes? No? Do let me know where you want my lens to do the walking next.
Your turn: Please name or otherwise caption this decidedly abstract image. As always, have fun with it. You may submit as many captions as you wish. You may enlist the help of friends, family members and pets. You may be as wackily creative as you wish. I'll announce the winner of my everlasting gratitude around this time next Sunday.
But wait, let's talk about last week's image of my rented Ford Focus by the side of a rural road: Judy takes it this week with Roadsidia. Judy (aka Kenju) is a florist who puts any other florist I've known to shame. She taught me that florists use the word "roadsidia" to describe things that grow alongside the highway. That word is so appropriate here! Have you seen Judy's blog? Please go there now and congratulate her.
My honorable menschens (no, that's not a typo...if you know the Yiddish word, mensch, then this refers to the plural form.):
- Craziequeen: "Notes from the Hard Shoulder."
- Mike: "Should have bought the Chevy."
- Tiel Aisha Ansari: "Cold-shouldered."
- Omykiss: "Grounded."
- Robin: "Out of Focus."
- Steve: "A Ford able office space."