Daily Image - Oct 2011 Archive - sonofjohan
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04 Oct 11.  As a major part of the mural I shared yesterday was a series of cows, not to anyone's surprise I hope as it was a mural of a dairy on a working dairy. In addition to the cows in the mural there are other images of cows by themselves, and adorning the wall joining the left hand side of the mural is a painting of an individual cow with the Darigold logo at the bottom right. Now as I know there are several cow lovers on these lists I thought I'd share this individual cow as starters, maybe more later, because I had some fun with both the logo, which will be a separate mailing so save this image for a couple of days, as well as removing all the clutter from the wall that included a camera, a light, and several tubes holding all the wires for both the camera and light and something else I couldn't identify. That required matching the texture of the bricks plus putting the mortar back in where it got removed in the process of cleaning up the bricks. A bit of a task but sort fun to do it. If you haven't seen this mural in Issaquah and you live in my neck of the woods it is worth taking the time to go see it and then walk across the street to the XXX Drive-in Restaurant, an experience all its own and worth the drive even if you don't view the mural. ISO 400; 1/500 sec @ f / 5.6.

04 Oct 11. As a major part of the mural I shared yesterday was a series of cows, not to anyone's surprise I hope as it was a mural of a dairy on a working dairy. In addition to the cows in the mural there are other images of cows by themselves, and adorning the wall joining the left hand side of the mural is a painting of an individual cow with the Darigold logo at the bottom right. Now as I know there are several cow lovers on these lists I thought I'd share this individual cow as starters, maybe more later, because I had some fun with both the logo, which will be a separate mailing so save this image for a couple of days, as well as removing all the clutter from the wall that included a camera, a light, and several tubes holding all the wires for both the camera and light and something else I couldn't identify. That required matching the texture of the bricks plus putting the mortar back in where it got removed in the process of cleaning up the bricks. A bit of a task but sort fun to do it. If you haven't seen this mural in Issaquah and you live in my neck of the woods it is worth taking the time to go see it and then walk across the street to the XXX Drive-in Restaurant, an experience all its own and worth the drive even if you don't view the mural. ISO 400; 1/500 sec @ f / 5.6.

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