Happily capturing moments in life.
Great…love these ideas!
Thank you very much x
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Excellent Jo, very well composed shots!
Thank you Jane, I do love these weekly challenges so much x
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Now that’s clever!
It isn’t, honest that was the reflection in my camera that told me was not the best place to shoot but a great creative op.
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Jo, I like both of those but I really like how the first one sort of looks like a robot. And every time I see your address, I imagine an Egyptian mummy drinking wine. 🙂
That really did make me laugh out loud!
Thank you x
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Hmmm……would really have to think about how you made that first shot work!
Well I can tell you. I had set the camera up on the tripod in the garden to catch some birds but the sun was so bright when I first set it up that the back LCD was like a mirror so I took a shot of my reflection in it with my camera phone. 🙂
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Lovely self-portraits. All selfies should be this way. Then they’d be tolerable.
I sue my selfie as my Gravatar … nobody’s twigged yet.
Oops … ‘use’.
Dumb dog (an old passport photo, would you believe?).
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