Sunday, January 29, 2017

Spare Change

Photo by Andria Perry

Seems that when it comes to blogging, or posting anywhere on the Internet, pictures of money always seem to be in demand. Perhaps no other thing is photographed more often than money. I found this picture to be very useful and well done from one of my Niume friends, Andria Perry. She was kind enough to let me post it here.

Because this is a guest photo, the rules for this picture are a little bit different than per the usual. Please copy and paste the following to any post where you may use this picture:

Image source: Andria Perry,!/posts. Used by permission.

Monday, January 2, 2017

Ass Clowns

There are times one has to wonder, "Why do I work with such ass clowns?" Jokes on me of course as is usually the case. Of course they tried to lock me in mirror to mirror, but my great skill was able to free me from this absurd little prank.

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Where's My Nose?

Copyright © 2017 by Jim Bauer

I snapped this picture while my wife and I were shopping at a local Old Time Pottery store last year during the Christmas season. I thought it was funny that the poor guy bottom right was missing his nose. Reminded me of a cartoon I saw that depicted a snowman standing with his stick hands in the air, and a rabbit pointing a hair dryer at him. "Nice and easy. Gimme your nose and don't do anything stupid."

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Friday, December 2, 2016

Fortune Strip

Copyright 2016 by Jim Bauer

Here is just a simple image of a fortune on a fortune strip at a Chinese restaurant.

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Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find some of the images you find here to be useful.

Saturday, November 12, 2016


©2016 by Jim Bauer
Under a bridge, an image of graffiti.

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The best things in life are free. Of course, that is not to say that any of these images are worth a damn. But someone may find a use for them.

Rules for modifying images here? You know, the whole idea of this site is to simply provide a sampling of pictures. If you want to modify any of them through cropping or other ways, feel free to do that too. I am not a professional photographer, and the point of this site is not to make money from any photos, but simply to snap shots of what I find interesting and share them with you either for the enjoyment of looking at them, or the enjoyment of using them without having to worry about copyrighted content and getting flagged for using something you find on the Internet.

Ford Logo

©2016 by Jim Bauer
God love a Ford. Wanna talk about this great company? Your love of Ford cars and trucks? The state of the company? History? Need a picture of a Ford Logo to complete it all? Here's one you can use.

The rules of this site are as they have always been. Feel free to use any of the images I post here in your blogs or wherever you may have a use for them. Just provide a link back to this site and let those you share it with know where you got it.

That is it. Simple and done. And free. Who can argue with that?

Barren Road

©2016 by Jim Bauer

In my travels looking for rock quarries to sell parts to in my job, there were often stone country roads leading up to them, and sometimes the travels got to be pretty, rocky, dare I say. How many times did I find myself in the boonies looking for these places? Quite often. And here was one of those roads leading to one.

The rules for this site are as they have always been. Feel free to use these images, just provide a link back to this site in your image source and we'll call it good. The fun of a site like this is simply the sharing part. Why should you have to pay for images? At least, that has always been my thought. Enjoy them. Share them. Just tell those you share with where you got it.