Friday, September 10, 2010

Yet another recycle mystery question!

Baby Girl (our dog) takes 2 Benadryl per day for skin allergies. I had 2 boxes of the type that make you lose your religion while trying to pry open the plastic that is bonded together forever. I used scissors and peeled them all at one time to save on number of times I got aggravated.

I had the perfect container in the cabinet.
Remember, I Recycle - Reduce - Reuse
Can you tell me what I keep them in?


Scott said...

You got me Sandra. It is obviously fairly small diameter, and it has no threads to screw a lid on. Maybe one of those smelly candle glasses???

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hey Girlie, You are so good --to recycle things and find a good way to reuse them... That looks like heavy glass.... It is small --so maybe it's some kind of jam or jelly jar... OR a tiny one like the ones pimentos come in..... Truly, I don't know---but you are one amazing lady!!!

Ginny said...

Hmm...that little white thing up in the corner, it could be part of the lid, or not. Doesn't look like there would really be a the first picture, I was convinced it was a water or beverage bottle, but not so, the second picture is VERY different. I see that it's glass, and has no screw threads. Now I don't have a clue. The glass seems to be so thick at the top. All I can think of is a jelly jar of some kind, but the thickness of the glass is not right for that. Maybe some of that refrigerated salad dressing that comes in glass jars.

Dave said...

i think its an egg holder.

Hi Sandra the smoke is my own photo, i used a incense stick for the smoke and an off camera flash.

in post processing i used gradient tool in PS for the colours and then inverted the image colour to get the final effect.

On the rain drop, that was taken around 6am with my trusted Tamron 60mm macro, funny thing was i forgot my speed light so i had to use the camera flash with my hand acting as a diffuser.

in post processing, the image was sharpened, i used light rendering to make the droplet and details popped, i also adjusted curves to get the final image.

thanks for your comments as always.


Dave said...

...or a tequila glass ?! lol

George said...

I did so poorly on your last mystery question that I'm not even going to try. I just want to commend you for your efforts to recycle-reduce-reuse.

SquirrelQueen said...

Whatever it is it makes a pretty photo. It looks like the kind of glass you see in those old insulators but I have never seen one with a flat bottom so probably not.

How about something like one of the old Avon jars that held creams?

You and Ginny are both being very mysterious these days and it is fun.

Kilauea Poetry said...

I think it's an old glass lid..or as Scott mentioned- a candle which case, maybe you can then give us tips on how you clean the wax out! Hmmm?

You might try and spray them with vinegar..(just one of those little bottles)-we do that with our dog then brush her after (part of reg. grooming- we aren't fanatic)and it honestly makes her stop itching -You don't have to do it every day, but it really makes them smell and look good..hardly ever have to bathe her anymore and she's a house and bed, couch and tile flopper! me (my husband uses it on his head as it gets dry and itchy.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Your header is so pretty too(btw)..looks simple and artsy- but I enjoy how you periodically change them. Anyway, I just think you are the greatest!! Hope you guys have a wonderful weekend!!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I would also think it is a jam jar or maybe a mayo one? :)

Krista said...

The type to make you lose your religion... HAHAHAHA... Sandra that is hilarious. I know exactly the packaging you are speaking of.

I think it's a pickle jar for tiny pickles; like the kind of pickles that little tiny wood nymphs eat. lol!