Monday, December 20, 2010

Birmingham Rouge - Colorful Computer Circuits

Doesn't this bright red computer circuit board look festive?  Well I have a very good eco-reason for  sharing this photograph today.  I know that everyone out there has a string/strings of those #*%$ Christmas lights that were working last Christmas when you took them down and now...........grrrrrrrrrr they are dead as a doornail.  Don't even get me started about my "pre-lit tree" that ........isn't!  WAIT!  Don't toss them in the trash.  Take them to Technical Knock Out in Homewood to be recycled.  

Technical Knock Out
2714 20th Street South, Suite A

The new header photo features a delightful Nativity by artist Colin Richmond and for my Birmingham area readers you can find them at Charlotte Woodson Antiques in Mt. Brook Village.


Olivier said...

bravo, j'aime beaucoup et c'est original

jb said...

Very cool, V.
Don't know if you noticed, but the solder points are grouped in the Christmas Constellation

Maya said...

Fun photo and a great message!

Unknown said...

Everything can be recycled now Virginia.
Great photograph again.

Luis Gomez said...

Love it! Great shot. Very creative and festive.

Daryl said...

So lovely in red and so practical!

La Brocanteuse said...

Hello Verginia,
thank you for visiting my blog your very kind words and so happy to have found your lovely sharing as well.
will stop by regular for I see we have a love for the same..
best regards
Colette ~Afrique du Sud

Anonymous said...

The airfare will kill me.

TheChieftess said...

Great color V!!! What amazes me is that this little board and all those little "solder points" (as JB calls them) are what enable us to visit in the ethers of the internet...go figure!!! I don't quite get it...but I love it!!!

Thérèse said...

Great picture idea and great recycling ad too!

Bob Crowe said...

As festive as 1's and 0's can ever be. Nice abstract macro work.