I promised to share the rest of the photos. You may remember that last week I went on a game of “Eye Spy” to see what I could find that had nothing to do with boxes as in mailboxes. I chose to search out only round things and I was surprised at how easy it was to find 16 cool things in our office. These things all prove we do think outside the box. Or at least we try very hard to be outside the box.
If you every need a little break at work away from your computer consider brain exercise. Give this little game a try. Think of a color, or shape, size, or texture then decide on your criterion. Count the items that match your “rule”. Then close your eyes and try to remember them all. Were you able to do it?
On this day I used my camera to capture round items. You can see the rest of the photo on last week’s post Think Outside the Box
A DVD supplies so much color. Rainbow whirls and arcs and distorted reflections.
Exterior vinyl for making signs, lettering, logos and of course address numbers.
This interesting clock shows the exact time for anywhere in the world. This flattened view of the world makes everything distorted. All world maps do the same. What makes this map so unique is the center of the clock is one of the poles. The entire outside ring of the map is the other pole.
Funny round divided project parts carrier. These parts complete a lock.
This remains a very simple and practical way for a customer to announce their arrival.
A clever gecko swirls its tail around the doorbell button. A very cute alternative to a plain doorbell.
There you can see we have a classic Roman Numeral clock on the wall. Handsome round thing indeed and it proved to be very photogenic. That is a good thing.
Have a good week. So far this week we have been busy, normally when the weather is nasty it usually means a quiet day.
Check back next Tues when we share more stuff about the “exciting” world of mailboxes.