Exhibit Exhibits Exhibit

November 16th, 2017

Photography by E.W. Faircloth

Shore Shots camera club meeting is this Friday, Nov. 17th at 10:00 am. The meetings are held every third Friday of the month. The camera club has a small exhibit in the Clubhouse lobby. Most of the images are related to water, in many forms. Some of the images can be seen in the sample below. The picture was taken with a GoPro camera which has that distorted or fisheye effect. It’s the camera of choice, if you’re jumping out an airplane and doing a selfie:)

I posted the above paragraph to Facebook to provide an explanation of picture.  I should have just stated “Exhibit Exhibits Exhibit.”  Translation: This exhibit(picture) exhibits an exhibit(camera club show)


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Shoot And Scoot

November 15th, 2017

Photography by E.W. Faircloth

This is only part of the softball team.  There are a few more including females.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t hang around for more team members as I had to shoot and scoot.


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Thank You For Your Service?

November 13th, 2017

Douglas County(of Georgia) Genealogical Society

American soldiers hunker down in a trench less than a mile away from the detonation of a 43 kiloton nuclear bomb in 1953.


This isn’t asking soldiers to possibly die while fighting for our freedoms and democracy.  It’s was using them as guinea pigs.

Scratch This

November 11th, 2017

Above is a  Lego project with my 4 year-old granddaughter. She and I built the Lego part.  The instructions only use pictures since children her age don’t usually read.  I later added a Raspberry Pi to control the motor. She went back home before motor would turn under control a Raspberry Pi using a programming language called Scratch.  I sent her this video, hopefully to keep her interested in making stuff.

According to Wikipedia.com:

Scratch is a free visual programming language developed by the MIT Media Lab.[1] Scratch was created to help young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively.

It is used by students, teachers and parents to easily create interactive stories, animations, games, etc. It provides a stepping stone to the world of computer programming. It can also be used for a range of educational and entertainment constructionist purposes from math and science projects, including simulations and visualizations of experiments, recording lectures with animated presentations, to social sciences animated stories, and interactive art.[2]


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Final Step

November 9th, 2017

Photography by E.W. Faircloth

It’s been some time since I posted a license plate.  Here’s one I saw weeks ago in some parking.  I’m guessing it means “Final Step” as was seen in a 55+ community parking lot.


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He’s Away, Change The Locks!

November 8th, 2017

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POTUS is out of the country for an extended period. Now is the time to change the locks.


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Women Only Volleyball

November 7th, 2017

Photography by E.W. Faircloth

A women-only volleyball game.  The women had fun.


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Tai Chi Is Back

November 6th, 2017

Photography by E.W. Faircloth

After a couple months off for the Summer, Tai Chai is now back in the Heritage Shores Health & Wellness Center.


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Keep Your Day Job

November 6th, 2017

Photography by T.J. Vaughan

One of my daughters recently made a quiche pie.  She was given the recipe by her mother.  The quiche was about to be placed in the oven when my daughter noticed something about the recipe.  It seems the recipe didn’t mention it was for two pies, until the end.  She had only picked up just one pie crust.  The pie turned out well.

We both had a good laugh when she asked me to tell her mom about keeping her day job 🙂



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Pancake Fundraiser Went Well

November 4th, 2017

Photography by E.W. Faircloth

Since AppleBee’s donates not only the pancake batter and a chef.  Somebody has to do the dishes.  Military Club members volunteer for that position, as well as hostess, and wait staff.

The guy above is wearing a USA Marine tee shirt.  He’s sworn off watching NFL football over the flag protests.  He made for a decent picture and I wasn’t going to let his support of Donald Trump and lack of support for equal rights of all “American” bias my work.  Beside, he’s one of the nicest guys you ever wanted to meet.



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