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Thanks Bloodjelly at last ! Now I know someone is alive in the forum.
Local photography mtg last night yielded some great shots of machine theme. Next month's target is seashells. A few tips I shared from the local exec dir of arts humanities council who used to be a pro photographer of special needs peeps: "No strobes or flashes for folks with seizures," and "Nothing shows up better than drool - be able to wipe spit and shoot almost simultaneously."
This was a strange week, as I also traveled a road I had not been down in a few years, very desolate and eerie at times, it has a strange history. The photos I took there all seem to have auras around the waterways, yet is was daytime with blue skies...go figure!
To let you know, I have a seizure disorder...I am forever telling anyone with me..."If for any reason I begin to look as though I will flop around on the ground momentarily...do not worry about me just grab the camera!" Cracked lenses do not show the drool by the way!
PS...I have a great sense of humor about this...I am not offended.... do not take this reply wrongly.
Great shot of the little warbler, and loved the pups frolicking in the waters. Thanks for sharing!
My guy who accompanies me when out looking for photos get mighty bored at times...looking back in the mirror, I often see this pleading look as if to say..."Can we go get an Ice Cream now????"
This is Oliver, my 9 year old Cocker Spaniel.
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