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Don't ask me where this one came from - all I was doing was sitting here checking my email and the germ of an idea appeared - and grew.......
(and if anyone can tell me where I put the other lens I'd be most grateful.......)
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Another great image.
I think your lens is at the bottom of the cupboard, underneath the rabbits head
great shot great idea
Super candid capture and so funny!
Love it! very imaginative ............ works well.
Love the string vest Alison.
The lens....it's in your handbag of course along with everything else useful in there
Super job.....and have to agree the vest is great
The lens is probably in the pawn shop
And I think the 9 of spades should really the Ace....would suit the tone of the image perfectly
But certainly glad to see the inspiration returning to that crazy space you call a brain
. . . I've got some socks like that.
Great stuff once again.
Those germs certainly grow into great ideas.
Interesting to see your hands.
They look practical as opposed to delicate.
any palmists out there?
Like the execution and textures/ tones here Alison, like string vest and the money in the case, slight niggle would be the shoes. need to be spats, but then
One day I might actually sort out a bow to go with the fiddle - and maybe some new strings - then again........
Alas I have no suitable footwear to go with the suit - I figured chopping up a pair of socks that never get worn was the next best thing!
I'll admit that my hands aren't terribly delicate but they're not as rough looking as they appear in the picture. Lucisart Whyeth does terrible things to humans and emphasises all sorts of horrors. Plus I've three nails broken right off and they've not seen any handcream for a couple of days Normally I'm fairly well presented - just not today!
No sign of the lens yet but then I've not looked properly this evening. I know there are two cameras in my handbag along with a few memory cards and batteries but definitely no lens
Great combination of varies elements to intrigue to this image.
Person playing an instrument
Violin case with money and playing cards
The string vest
All adds to this fantastic composition and exposure.
You aren't a loser ............ look at all that change.
Get yourself down to TK Max and you will be able to buy a new shirt.
That's a few years worth of collected coppers there Time was when the charity door to door collectors used to take cash, I'd just give them a load of change and surprisingly they were quite happy with that. Nowadays it sits in two jars waiting for me to do something with it.
I'll go to TK Max sometime then - I do go sometimes - get about 10 feet inside the door and leave pretty swiftly
Oh and yes Kaybee - I remembered after uploading this that it was a comment of yours that prompted the lost shirt theme (which then meant I had to get a string vest - or two).
As my shrink only said to me today Ali, "keep taking the pills hun"
Quote: As my shrink only said to me today Ali, "keep taking the pills hun"
Ah but can you imagine what would result if we stopped taking them!
I had a bright idea on the way home this evening but alas don't think I have the wherewithal to put it together - it might have to wait until the weekend.....
I think I met this guy in Vegas!
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