Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Miss Chicken, Aug 28, 2013.
I made a book:
Next: The horizon
Taken on the east coast of Tasmania
Next up - a reptile of any kind.
A snapping turtle:
Next: Insect(s) (but not a butterfly - since it was recently done).
An ichneumon wasp (hope I spelt that right).
Next up - a clown
My camera takes very good macros. I have a couple of even better photos of insects (a grasshopper and a horehound bug) much earlier in this thread.
They're all fantastic! Which camera are you using?
It is an Olympus SP-500 Ultra Zoom which I bought in around 2006. Every year I tell myself that I should buy the newest camera in the Olympus SZ range as the SP-500 in a rather bulky camera but I don't think I take enough photos nowadays to make getting a new camera worthwhile.
As no-one has posted a clown I will expand it to include jugglers or street performers or anyone with face paint on.
^OK, that I can do.
A court jester from the Sherwood Fair outside Austin. I wish I could remember his name; he was damn good.
Next up: a piano.
Though it is very difficult to show it in detail here is my miniature glass piano.
Next up - something made, or drawn, by a child.
Ians work of art on the floor of our living room in our old house. It's called Crayon on Wood Floor.
Next: A beach photo
The beach at Snug.
It was on this beach that nost the population of Snug took refuge as the township burned during the bushfires in 1967.
Next up - something bendy.
Wye at Keddie, CA. Famous for being built with teo of it's three legs on railroad trestles.
Next up: Something brown
The stones of the underground tunnels beneath the Penitentiary Chapel in Hobart are brown
Next up - a playground
An elementary school playground (behind the colorful fence), on the Lower East Side of Manhattan:
Next: A workplace.
Me at work
Next: A fuzzy friend
My Android plushie is quite fuzzy! You can see him here, but he's partly blocked by coffee.
Next: An exotic animal.
A Bongo Antelope (at least I think that's what it is), resting in the shade at the Houston Zoo last summer.
Next: a train--real or decoration.
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