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Today is an orange day at Color my World Daily. The theme at Crazy Tuesday is Hand Tools. And of course we have Mr. Teddy Bear with us in order to celebrate Happy Teddy Bear Tuesdays.


Princess and Teddy Bear planed to make a huge omelette. They got a fresh chicken egg. I know, it looks more like an ostrich egg compared to Princess and Teddy but don’t be fooled ! Princess and Teddy are miniatures but they have huge hearts and even bigger personalities ! And of course, they can eat a lot ! We all have that one tiny and very slim friend who eats like a horse without gaining any weight, and that is exactly how Princess and Teddy are.

Of course, making an omelette for miniatures requires some hand tools. As you can see Princess is ready with her whisk (which was made all by myself !!!) and Teddy has his lucky axe and a screwdriver to crack the eggshell. They had to borrow Red Lady’s ladder since their egg is a flying one…


And now, lets use all those hand tools and make a delicious omelette. Unfortunately I will have to leave the party early since I have another video meeting this morning !! Just save me some of that omelette please !! See you later !!


Mucho, mucho amor for you all !!


Thank you so much for all your lovely comments / favs/ general support / happy thoughts!! Stay safe and well!!

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Crazy Tuesday, Cake decorating tools.

FUN FACT: “NASA spent millions of dollars inventing the ball-point pen so they could write in space. The Russians took a pencil.”



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LANEVO Main store


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Selection of hand tools on the shed floor.... The Monochrome version reflected the metal better in my opinion.

I have never really staged a still life before and wasn't really sure how to. All I really knew is they are normally straight on. Knew to use tri-pod but when I got things set up I completely forgot. Honestly it was to far for me to grab and alot of stairs. (not best of shape bey far) Staging was hard. I had no clue what to do. Like I tell my kids do what you enjoy so once I did that I was fine. I LUV old tools and to work with them. Re-finishing furniture. Making or breaking things down. You name. My Tools My workshop!


For some reason about 18 of the last photos (since fish) didn't appear on my stream. Luckily someone mentioned to me and Flickr Help Center help me fix problem A.S.A.P. Thanks Steven for letting me know. Have a super day all.


Shot for CrAzY TuEsDaY

Theme: Still Life

Damián Ortegas first own exhibition in Sweden.

Cannon tower Fat Margaret

museum, old town

The Crazy Tuesday theme.

These are just a few of my old BT tools, in the front compartment of a converted aluminium camera carrying case. We were all issued with a case on the Payphone Group, very handy when working on public payphones when you couldn't park the van near the kiosk.


Very appropiate using them for this shot, tomorrow, 29th Sept. I retired from BT. 21 years ago after 37 years service.

Crazy Tuesday - Hand tool

Check these kids cover TOOL's Sober.....Amazing!!

Taken for Crazy Tuesday..

Olympus E-M5MarkII.


A random collection of vintage tools.

Happy Slider Sunday

Smile 0n Saturday theme - "Copyright by Mankind"


The earliest stone toolmaking developed by at least 2.6 million years ago. The Early Stone Age includes the most basic stone toolkits made by early humans. The Early Stone Age in Africa is equivalent to what is called the Lower Paleolithic in Europe and Asia.


The oldest stone tools, known as the Oldowan toolkit, consist of at least:

• Hammerstones that show battering on their surfaces

• Stone cores that show a series of flake scars along one or more edges

• Sharp stone flakes that were struck from the cores and offer useful cutting edges, along with lots of debris from the process of percussion flaking


By about 1.76 million years ago, early humans began to strike really large flakes and then continue to shape them by striking smaller flakes from around the edges. The resulting implements included a new kind of tool called a handaxe. These tools and other kinds of ‘large cutting tools’ characterize the Acheulean toolkit.


The basic toolkit, including a variety of novel forms of stone core, continued to be made. It and the Acheulean toolkit were made for an immense period of time – ending in different places by around 400,000 to 250,000 years ago. From the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.


Happy Smile on Saturday


I like to think of myself as a steel mill train aficionado, though one facet of the subject I've never managed to frame up before are ore trains - the start of the entire process. This is mostly because all of the steel plants near me have direct lake access - and thus receive most bulk materials by boat. There are quite a few ore trains that still run in the United States, especially in Minnesota and Northern Michigan - two regions I have yet to visit - but none directly around me. EXCEPT Canadian National's as needed runs from Minnesota down to the Gulf, U724 and empty counterpart U723.


These trains were the subject of a recent conversation I had with a buddy from up north, which reminded me that I had, in fact, caught one last winter on the IC. This is the empty northbound, rolling thru Pesotum, Il. I hadn't yet heard about these trains at the time, and initially mistook it for a unit stone train - evidently it's quite hard to distinguish the modern ore jenny from rock hoppers. Nevertheless, I attempted to chase it for the simple fact that it had neat rolling stock - but, already running out of light, that dream came to a swift end when, in Tolono (the next town north of here), the train would be stopped at the NS as the day met a swift end.


It was still a two hour drive home from here, and about 30 minutes into it we drove straight into a blizzard - heavy snow and winds, whiteout conditions, freezing highway. It was rough! Though, it seemed like every time I visited the IC (which was quite frequently last winter) it would end driving into similar snowy conditions.


The CN still runs these ore trains, and I would absolutely KILL to do another one of my 100+ mile chases of one down (or up) the IC sometime this winter. But as 90% of all unit trains go, they run as needed, so I will need quite a bit of luck and then some...


An aside on the title, for those who care. I absolutely fell in love with the IC around this time last year - and for me, the line really only works in dead-of-winter January gloom. Bark Psychosis' (my favorite music artist, as some of you may know) album Independency was playing on every single trip, and every track on the album shares a similar sort of vibe with the line. Tooled Up is the particular track I was listening to when I was editing this, take a listen if you can:

Макро с объективом Leitz Wetzlar Focotar 50mm f/4.5. HDR f/8

Place du Tertre, Montmartre, Paris [HDR]





The aroma of chocolate comes out of many shops when walking the streets of Brugge.

TOOLS: It is now trendy to buy these tools, everything for the DIY-er: IN CHOCOLATE.

Looking like rusted tools.

But there you go.

Gimmicky, fun, personally I am not overly keen on it.

Belgian chocolate is renowned, it is quality and tasty, more cacao and less fat.

Good for the skin, did you know?

A bit of dark chocolate every day!


Have a good day and thanks for your visit, so very much appreciated, Magda, (*_*)


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A farm tool-shed, equipped to help solve most problems that arise on the property.

Amish Farm work shed with tools in the window lit by a setting sun.

Bailey Tool & Die in Callao, Missouri by Notley Hawkins. Taken with a Sony ILCE-7RM3 camera with a Canon TS-E24mm f/3.5L II lens at ƒ/8.0 with a 1/320-second exposure at ISO 50. Processed with Adobe Lightroom CC.


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Nutcracker, TOOL is the topic for Tuesday 22 November, 2016 Group Our Daily Challenge

For 121 Pictures in 2021 #102 "Tools", this is a trio of spokeshaves. Originally used to shape the spokes of wagon or cart wheels in the 16th century (predating the lathes that were used much later), these are still used by woodworkers who prefer to use hand tools to shape wood. They come with flat, concave and convex blades. As I found out the hard way, these things are hard to use, requiring much skill and practice. They are lying on a table that is awaiting time to refinish.

Ferramentas na garagem do meu tio.


Tools in my uncle's garage

Macro Mondays - Hand Tool


I call this hand tool a pincher grabber, but am not sure what its technical name is. This tool is over two feet long with a flexible metal shaft. The end shown has a pincher claw for grabbing items like screws that have been dropped where they cannot easily be reached. The other end of the tool has a button for opening and closing the pincher. HMM

the small screwdriver set for camera repairs.

Macro Monday Theme - Hand tool


A scriber is a hand tool used in metalworking to mark lines on workpieces, prior to machining. The process of using a scriber is called scribing and is just part of the process of marking out. It is used instead of pencils or ink pens. (Wikipedia)

My husband said these wooden ones are rarely used today.


Happy Macro Monday!


Part of my antique tool collection, Some are 200 years old,

Molding wooden planes I have the most, That torpedo and and the other level are British, one from Birmingham, the rest on the photo are American,

I had to include 2 of my favorite woods, Tiger maple and Cocobolo rosewood,


Red Green Rules!


Only two people can borrow my tools with no question, any time. One is my son.

Used these recently on a project for a friend, they belonged to my Dad.

Tool is an American rock band

Tool formed in Los Angeles in 1991, in the middle of the grunge era. Vocalist Maynard James Keenan, drummer Danny Carey, guitarist Adam Jones and bassist Paul D'Amour managed to forge a terrifying, claustrophobic sound, the ideal soundtrack for the insanity of an inmate confined in solitary confinement. It is a highly psychological music, which seems to want to open the most hidden ravines of the human psyche, where evil hatches waiting to be triggered by an external stimulus. The sound of Tool does not just reproduce the teachings of the masters of the 70s (certainly Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult), but assimilates the characters of a series of bands that have made the history of the last 20 years of extreme rock .

The aggressiveness of Metallica, the darkness of the Swans, the barbarism of the first Soundgarden, the tediousness of Godflesh echo in a highly spectacular sonic mosaic, somewhat in contradiction with the intent of the band to make existential music. What distinguishes Tool from the myriad of "hard" bands that populated the charts in those years, is the recovery of the progressive 70s, which can already be felt in the first compositions, but which will undeniably reveal itself in the last album, Lateralus.

Tools made of pure chocolate, Hamburg Christmas market.

September 28, 2021


Crazy Tuesday Theme: Hand Tools


😄 HaPpY CrAzY Tuesday 😄


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