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Posted Feb 8, '13 at 10:08pm

dragonball05

dragonball05

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I turned off the flash, and just kinda stayed still in front of her til she lost interest and looked away


Sneaky, sneaky. Kudos to you :P

Practice your photography and post it here for us to look at and enjoy so you can know stuff about photography Plus I love me some kitties, so don't feel bad about posting more of them xD Oo, or a drawing of one/both of them, too!
 

Posted Feb 9, '13 at 11:45am

R2D21999

R2D21999

14,794 posts

Knight

I looked at the background and I saw something that looked like the ear piece of glasses or another cat's tail

 

Posted Feb 9, '13 at 8:33pm

Alexistigerspice

Alexistigerspice

1,471 posts

It is actually the handle that opens the one of the lower windows in the sun room, haha.

 

Posted Feb 9, '13 at 8:35pm

daleks

daleks

3,707 posts

It is actually the handle that opens the one of the lower windows in the sun room, haha.

It's a South thing R2. I have only seen those types of handles on windows in my grandparents old home.
 

Posted Feb 10, '13 at 12:12am

R2D21999

R2D21999

14,794 posts

Knight

It is actually the handle


That's a handle? What the heck. Why does it look like that?
 

Posted Feb 10, '13 at 2:22am

Devoidless

Devoidless

3,838 posts

That's a handle? What the heck. Why does it look like that?


Remember the days when cars did not have electric windows and you had to manually crank them up an down?
No?

Well, it is the same idea.
 

Posted Feb 10, '13 at 1:28pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

9,477 posts

It's a South thing

It's in the North too. I live in WI and me and my neighbors have them. I guess was just common 40-50 years ago when the houses were built.
 

Posted Feb 10, '13 at 9:50pm

daleks

daleks

3,707 posts

Remember the days when cars did not have electric windows and you had to manually crank them up an down? No?

Of course I do Voidy. Sadly my dad's stick shift died a few years ago.
It's in the North too

Must just be an old house thing then.
 

Posted Feb 10, '13 at 9:57pm

Alexistigerspice

Alexistigerspice

1,471 posts

My mom's house is only 20 or so years old. I haven't seen any other houses with that kind of mechanism, and when you turn the handle the window opens so it swings out and upward. I didn't realize it was all that strange >.>

 

Posted Feb 19, '13 at 4:59pm

Alexistigerspice

Alexistigerspice

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http://i1179.photobucket.com/albums/x385/Alexispiceytiger/aa29d744-1623-46c6-95f7-0be9ab627bff_zps09b98565.jpg

 
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