Hands up, I’ve done a very similar shot to this back in my 2019 365, but I did it with a different lens and with a different environment so am forgiving myself for not thinking of something new. It’s one of those days.
I used one of my dailies for this. I think you’re supposed to go out and shoot a landscape but really it’s about making sure the lines in your shot are level. I hate crooked horizons so I’m OK with it. We’re still in lockdown so no unnecessary journies, and I can’t be arsed to go out today anyway, too much else to do. My shed shelves are level, I know cos Phil used a spirit level when he put them up.
Faffed about a lot, not really happy with either of these, but posted the one droplet to the site. Then changed my mind and posted the bottle. Sigh.
I had to do it 😊. I know it’s not the best of shots, the highlights are blown, but it was fun watching Winnie doing her ‘I’m rolling around on the floor so come and tickle me so I can scratch you’ act. And that’s as low as I go!
I knew where I wanted to go for this topic, and it had the extra credit of having 4 or more lines. Phil suffered the chilly air to come and be my subject again. What would I do without him!?
Groan, groan and more groan. Apparently they do this on the 1st of each year, and as I’m fully intending to keep up with the 52 Frames project, I had to do one. Still, no need to foist a full frontal Fraggle face on the world, this will do nicely methinks!
Our year has been coloured by Phil working on the front line coping with the Covid procedures in his Operating Theatres and having a horrendous time being dressed up in Hazmat gear that steams your glasses up, is uncomfortable, hot, hard to do your job in and generally is a nightmare. I’ve tried to support him, make home a sanctuary and listen to his woes and tribulations when he needs to get things off his chest. So this is the shot I did to sum up the year.
Sigh. This week is Black and White minimalism, with extra credit for doing a ‘nude’. Well, at my great jurassic age there’s no-way I’m getting my tits oot for the masses, and Phil has drawn the line at this one too. So I photographed an old doll type thing, a female Pierrot, which I think is called a Pierette, and that will have to do.
This week’s theme was Texture, with extra credit fofr doing a macro, which I did. This gave me an excuse to shoot my latest new boots 🙂 which I can’t wait to wear somewhere, if we ever can go out easily again!