Friday, April 1, 2011

A view from the edge

"EDGES" is the theme for the City Daily Photo blog community's April theme day. From the edge of the Oak Cliff Place roof, one has a bird's eye view of the immediate area.

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  1. Happy Theme Day. I heard there is a severe blizzard heading Eagans way with 6 ft of snow..............April Fool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Still looks like winter to me which really puts me on edge.

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  3. You be careful up there, young man!

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  4. If you were working while taking this photo, OSHA could use this photo to issue a citation to your employer unless you had fall protection, such as wearing a harness and lanyard, while standing within 6 feet of the edge.

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  5. Interesting to see the patches of cleared snow in the car park and there is your shadow overlooking it all.

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  6. The shadow is getting dangerously close to the edge!

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  7. Terrific interpretation of "edges," Leif.

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  8. Glad you didn't get any closer!

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  9. That's one long view from the edge and a bit too close for comfort...

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  10. Now that is what I call an edge. Nice capture.

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  11. Perfect entry on the theme, Leif!

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  12. Nice shot! A photographer dangerously on the edge!

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  13. spring on the edge. always a safe step ahead. please have a good month and weekend as well.


    daily athens

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  14. This was taken from the roof? Did you feel a bit on edge up there?

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  15. This was a hard theme day. So many things that could be considered "edges". I like you take on it! Looks like this is a nice view.

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  16. wow, better you than me up there Leif. Good on you!

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  17. Great theme day shot (and self portrait).

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  18. Just want to thank you for visiting our Nilambur Blog. Nilambur is a small town in Kerala, where I am from, and you will definitely enjoy visiting Kerala. There is not much to talk about Nilambur except the Teak plantation and the forests, but I just wanted to makes the presence of it in the cyber world.

    There are plenty of tourist attractions in Kerala and you can pick up few words in Malayalam too. lol.. so far my wife picked up 5 words and she always has a tough time pronouncing the word Malayalam.

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