Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge 2015: Week 11…found oddball

Posted: March 15, 2015 in Cee's Photo Challenges
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I found this oddball outside our daughter’s apartment building.  Space: the final frontier or the mother board?


  1. This photo inspired me to seek meaning in monitoring the ways of life, death and moving through to new life. I am reading some journal notes from my decade of sixties and full of this monitoring.

  2. yprior1 says:

    wow – cool find Janet – oddball and a slice of tech to remember 🙂

    • It was sitting on a table outside the back door of the apartment and I immediately whipped out my phone for a few shots. Just too cool to pass up.


      • yprior1 says:

        oh that is cool – and I caught a photo of some old techy stuff sitting outside of a door on my trip to Florida recently – not a panel like this – but a bunch of bubble TVS = and it then led to a cool people shot – I will have to share it later this month. and gosh – crazy how some of this tech changes so much in just a short time –

      • True and also interesting how cool it looks.


  3. That is great…. fascinating. sci fi, original

  4. Oh, to truly understand how that board works. Like it.

  5. Cee Neuner says:

    Oh I adore this photo. Circuit boards always looks magical to me……. Wonderful macro. Thanks Janet.

  6. At first glance, this looked like a map full of lush green forests. Interesting to compare that impression to the reality of the object- What does this say about the parallels between nature and technology? Or am I just thinking about this too deeply? 😉

  7. Norm 2.0 says:

    Great shot! Gives me a few ideas for some macro-photo experiments of my own 🙂

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  9. MythRider says:

    This reminds me of being up in the mountains and over looking a city. Nivc photo.

  10. Great photo. Nice find

  11. offshoots12 says:

    Welcome to Oddville! Cool find.

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