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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby rlown » Mon Sep 02, 2013 4:51 pm

nice.. pics? do i need to send you a throw-down camera?

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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby Timberline » Mon Sep 02, 2013 5:07 pm

OK, gimme a little time. . . I ain't never done this before.
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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby Timberline » Mon Sep 02, 2013 8:03 pm

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OK, rlown, here's the goods. . . hope ya like 'em!
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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby giantbrookie » Wed Sep 04, 2013 10:25 am

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rlown wrote:nice.. pics? do i need to send you a throw-down camera?
russ

OK, here it is
LivingRoomJMWMap300.jpg

LivingRoomSN300.jpg

OfficeA2928.jpg
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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby rlown » Wed Sep 04, 2013 3:54 pm

Timberline, Nice set up. great eye for hanging important pics.

GB, I love your office pic. Less kids pics on the bar would be nice. :D
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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby rlown » Wed Sep 04, 2013 4:33 pm

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My other little shrine. Same room. A very thoughtful christmas card, A ducks unlimited calendar, and my Girl Samantha's collar hanging on the nail. I'm gonna miss her huge this duck season.

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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby ERIC » Fri Sep 13, 2013 5:09 pm

giantbrookie wrote:
rlown wrote:nice.. pics? do i need to send you a throw-down camera?
russ

OK, here it is

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Now THAT is decorating!
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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby Tom_H » Tue Jun 28, 2016 9:43 pm

Note to Eric: This isn't an attempt to market my house through HST. Nevertheless, I spent the last three decades trying to bring the Sierra to myself. My log home is furnished with a lot of mountain artistry and I tried to create my own Sierra lake and forest in the back yard. We had some professional video and photography of the house done as we plan to sell it and retire soon. I hope the mods will allow members to share a bit of what we have been privileged to enjoy. I will post more close up detail of What's on my Wall in coming days.

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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby ERIC » Wed Jun 29, 2016 5:04 am

What a beautiful home!
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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby SSSdave » Wed Jun 29, 2016 9:39 am

Well as a single guy without wife and family, can use all my wall space. I have far less space in my 2-bedroom 2-story 60s era townhouse than I have long accumulated junk filling it. Thus am hopelessly overwhelmed by where to fit everything in. But do find wall space for photographic prints.

As a photographer for decades have always had many prints on my walls. In this era most are 3 foot large format Lightjet prints from 4x5 film drums scans. Also have 3 each interconnected 3 wide by 7 foot high exhibition panels (the type one sees in art fair booths) in my living room with large print.s

And as a Sierra backpacker have also had lots of topo maps on walls. Above my living room couch is a large custom topo map I made 2 years ago of the Upper Kern Basin that I have a permit for end of July.
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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby Tom_H » Sun Jul 10, 2016 8:50 pm

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A few things from my walls. In my preview of the post, some of the pictures show up sideways, but orient themselves correctly in a new window when I click on them. More to come as I have time.
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Re: What is on your wall?

Postby limpingcrab » Sun Jul 10, 2016 9:57 pm

My wife made canvases out of some of my pictures, but my personal favorite is my map of SEKI where I draw a line everywhere I've walked. So many gaps to get me excited!
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