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Why spend all that money on security alarm systems to keep your house safe from intruders, when you can just grow vines.

I know some of you will say, “just get a dog to protect your property.” Which is on the whole a decent suggestion, but what about Chihuahuas or other small dogs, who could be stepped on. Also, there are those really friendly dogs, who would lick an intruder and sit for a treat with tail wagging.

No! I am afraid the best solution is vines or briars.

How many robbers have the wherewithal to carry a chainsaw with them. They would just pass you by.

This house is so well protected that they can leave their door open a crack without fear of a break in.

Security - Auersberg - Erzgebirge

I found a very nice dark window in the Moorgate area of London. Sadly the security noticed me straightaway and gave me the evil stare! I hung around just enough to get 3 shots and to annoy them further. Shortly after, they discreetly ushered me away. Cat and Mouse springs to mind. I don't usually post up 3 pictures at a time, but this make a nice mini series. Is there an exclamation mark rising in anger from his head ???

The year is 2084.

Within the quiet downtown of Midas City, a security drone silently hovers above a bustling crowd of citizens, scanning emitted brain waves as they quickly move in organized lines.

The time is 9:42 pm - 18 minutes before the daily curfew. A lone man in a white vest looks around nervously, briskly keeping in pace. In mere seconds, he crumples to the ground, incapacitated by a laser invisible to the naked eye.

 

It's just another night for the people of Midas, the "Safest City in The Galaxy!", a slogan achieved by the strict outlawing of individual thoughts, and enforced by advanced drone technology. The mindless citizens have become drones themselves, endlessly completing the same routines each day, without enthusiasm or emotion. Some still hideaway, pondering the same questions, is the trust of safety worth the loss of free-thinking? And is it too late to change?

 

Hope you like this little sci-fi build.

 

Have a good day

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Macro Mondays 17.12.2018 "Security"

 

Length of one safety pin ~26mm / 1"

Focus stack

Berlin, Anhalter Bahnhof, 2020

Whole soap mesures: 7.5 width x 5 cm height, here cropped (width +-7cm, height +- 5.5cm,). Padlock: 6x2, here, with 2n key extended: 4cm). Whole photo: 7cm x 6cm.

 

for: "Macro Mondays" - "Safety"

 

Copyright L.Rovira-All rights reserved

 

Recording in the Cloud, testing 1, 2, 3

Mile High 420 Festival - Denver, Colorado

Saw this on Quadra Island, BC

Obby is blessed with a beautiful set of large magnificent ears in which to hear even the slightest sounds relating to his food...it could be the rustle of a plastic bag of kibble, the quiet filling his food bowl, opening a can of wet food, the spoon from the drawer, or (lol) opening the refrigerator. Given this quality in my orange boy, he would be an outstanding security alarm system.....properly trained, of course. Happy Caturday to all our friends.

Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, USA

I had a wander around London today and couldn't resist the way the light was playing on this security guard.

 

Photo taken outside the Globe Theatre.

Excessive chain length does not improve security.

"There can be no security where there is fear." -- Felix Frankfurter

 

“There’s no such thing as security in this life sweetheart, and the sooner you accept that fact, the better off you’ll be. The person who strives for security will never be free.” --Tom Robbins

 

"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." ― Benjamin Franklin

© Leanne Boulton, All Rights Reserved

 

Candid street photography from Glasgow, Scotland. Opting for a square crop and breaking the composition 'rules' in the name of storytelling - I just loved the framing for this shot with the CCTV camera pointing directly at this member of the bar staff sitting outside. It was especially striking to me with the t-shirt showing a face covered by a balaclava. Enjoy!

I found a very nice dark window in the Moorgate area of London. Sadly the security noticed me straightaway and gave me the evil stare! I hung around just enough to get 3 shots and to annoy them further. Shortly after, they discreetly ushered me away. Cat and Mouse springs to mind. I don't usually post up 3 pictures at a time, but this make a nice mini series. Also a chance to use the nifty fifty prime, which makes you use your feet, rather than rely on a zoom.

Why use a padlock when a chain, string, rope and wire will do?

 

See more photos of Spain at www.tapasinthesun.com/

© Leanne Boulton, All RIghts Reserved

 

Candid street photography from Glasgow, Scotland.

with the new Aurica Store Tattoo : Sonya Tattoo

avalaible @Cosmopolitan Event

This wonderful female orangutan loved her blanket. When we arrived, she had it draped as you see it here. A while later, she climbed to the other side of the enclosure, dragging her blanket along. Once settled, she re-wrapped her head.

because family is everything...

 

For my heart sister, Cheryl

At first I didn't see any chicks, the mother had them tightly tucked away under her wings, she could easily fool the most advanced birder with her security method. Then to my joyful surprise the chicks poked their heads out. The parents made it hard for me to find them for they moved them from the nest to a nursery safely away from speed boats. Common loon chicks two days old.

A B&W version of my earlier post. Both are photos shot on film; not a conversion.

 

See more photos of Spain at www.tapasinthesun.com/

Blue...the most security-est light.

I shot of a lock on a very old gate. The lock made for an interesting shot against the old fence.

security service behind, the family gives protection.....

"A false sense of security is the only kind there is." Michael Meade

 

Link to my website - But Is It Art?

There is a tendency in this world to create criminals to justify abuse, discrimination and war in the name of security. I do not support that.

 

Play Projects

Weird but fascinating I thought. Blocks which are probably used for security or parking lot divisions, put aside awaiting the next event.

20-08-11-01522

 

I am going through some of the images made over the last six months that didn't make the "daily pic".

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