These photos were taken on Wednesday,
November 15, 2017 at 8:15 AM.
The location was in the side yard of my
home in Bethesda, MD.
The "Take It!" came from my recently
opening the lid on the trash can in which I store bottles which I retrieve from my neighbor's recycling bins on Thursday mornings.
For some unknown reason the empty bottles
were positioned in such a way that they almost had the look of being freshly caught fish that had somehow been partially trimmed and were still wet.
I included some photos taken of several of
the assorted bottles collected. The reason for my collecting them is to use them for the basis of some products I have in mind and am presently slowly developing to bring to
market. I must complement my neighbors on their very good taste in wine selection.
The yield is usually about 28 bottles per
week on the one morning of gathering. I then bring them home and remove the labels. The variety of quality of the glue used is quite another story, even the most stubborn fall
when I use a razor. After the glue residual is removed - I then put the bottles through my dishwasher before placing them in the "fish barrels in the side yard."
I can hardly wait to get full use out of
my right arm so that I can proceed with a faster pace in the experimenting being done before deciding on final products.
Wishing everyone a great