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AngelaD 15 2.9k Wales
26 Jul 2006 5:58PM
I have to admit, I am only just getting into Woody - think he's fabulous (unfortunately mine lost half his leg).
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
26 Jul 2006 6:01PM
Hello Angela and Skye Smile

Angela - I'm afraid I've a couple of casualties - one chap with no arms and one whose legs I actually chopped off as an experiment Smile Woody himself gets treated with kid gloves - the others are replaceable - makes me sound heartless doesn't it? Smile
mickf1 14 2 England
26 Jul 2006 6:08PM
Great Woody series, well shot
tomcat 15 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2006 6:20PM
To be hoped Woody didn't fall on him
Keep 'em coming Alison

graceland 16 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2006 6:24PM
another great fun shot
BenF 15 14 United States
26 Jul 2006 6:41PM
Hey, a composition with a secondary macro shot. Superb!
AngelaD 15 2.9k Wales
26 Jul 2006 7:15PM
Don't worry Alison, plenty of spares !-)
Photogene 15 176 Wales
26 Jul 2006 8:46PM
The Bee appears to be a rambler - that's a bee who's on it's last legs, and crawls across your carpet until it finally drops, and Woody seems to be looking how far it gets before it turns it's toes up - great shot keep 'em coming.

lynsfiona 16 5
26 Jul 2006 8:58PM
LOL, bless, Woody looks like he's ready to rivive the poor little thing! Wonderful! Lyns x
ValSaxby 15 146 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2006 9:10PM
Another great Shot of Woody.

BlueRoom 14 73 20 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2006 9:29PM
With Woody's new interest in wildlife it would be nice to see him being groomed to take over from David Attenborough as the poor chap is starting to look a bit elderly now.
Go Woody.

cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
26 Jul 2006 9:46PM
Thanks again everyone Smile

Woody is basically an all round good bloke - in fact you couldn't ask for a better fella Smile Loves animals, loves vodka, fairly useful round the house and most importantly does exactly what I ask of him and never answers back Smile

Oh Eric - what have you done? Just given me another flipping idea so I'm going to have to hunting for more props Smile

I'm afraid you are probably right Richard - there's doubtless a little bee corpse out on the patio somewhere now! At least it got immortalised before it finally keeled over!
DolphinLady 15 54 1 Wales
26 Jul 2006 10:59PM
This is great Alison.
The way the bee is in the shadow of Woody's arm, it looks as if he's protecting him....aaahhh!!!
Your brain must never rest, even when you're asleep, it must be in "Woody Overdrive" thinking up all these fantastic pics for all of us to enjoy & cheer us all up.
Keep 'em coming .
Well done Alison.
BerthaDBluze 16 19
27 Jul 2006 3:29AM
That Woody...what a guy! He sure does look quite protective of his little pet. Smile
Phoebecat 15 1 Italy
27 Jul 2006 5:23AM
Super series - like the rest, this one's a winner

KarenFB Plus
14 5.6k 180 England
27 Jul 2006 6:03AM
Poor little thing, it looks so sad, the bee on the other hand. . . .
14 13 1 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2006 3:20PM
Nice original woody collection, well original and thought out!
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
28 Jul 2006 7:50AM
Thank you again everyone Smile

Thanks to Eric I'm off shopping lunchtime for props for another picture. Fingers crossed I'll have something ready for Silly Sunday.
TracyK 15 4 Netherlands
3 Aug 2006 2:03PM
Strange how an insect can look sorry for itself!
User_Removed 17 17.9k 8 Norway
14 Nov 2006 7:18PM
Great series Alison...
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
14 Nov 2006 10:54PM
Thank you Mike - now if I could just produce car pictures like yours .....
angelamary 15 6 England
29 Nov 2006 11:08AM
Sooo glad I found this shot on the 'selected shots' margin! I missed it first time round... It's lovely! Poor little bee... what a good chap Woody is! Brilliant idea, very well caught!
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
30 Nov 2006 10:41PM
Ah - that featured shot bit in the margin is good isn't it? I keep discovering photographers that I've not noticed before Smile

I'm pleased you like this one - shame about the bee but that's nature for you I guess!

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