Sunday, 23 March 2014

A picture's worth 1000 words … week 12 ...

A photo a day … every day … in 2014.


Day 75:  I think that's what you call a menacing storm cloud.


Day 76:  Number Two Son.


Day 77:  Number Two Son admires his looong shadow.


Day 78:  Why is it that no matter how spectacular the moon looks … as soon as you take it's photo … it turns into a big white blob?


Day 79:  Lava Lamp … GROOVY!


Day 80:  Can I iron this basket of laundry?  Of course I can!  *sob*


Day 81:  In the garden.


Joining in over at The Beetle Shack.

24 comments:

  1. I love the colours in the menacing storm cloud photo and although I know how moon shots are always a disappointment, the colours you captured in the sky look great in that one too.

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    1. Thanks Shawna … not quite what I would have liked … but quite pretty in it's own way :0)
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  2. I agree about the moon. It plays tricks I think. Laundry, of course you can do it, but the question really is do you want to do it. Teach the boys how to operate the laundry tools so you can sit back and put your feet up!!! Slaves I think you call them.

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  3. You are doing duper well with your photos a day....I love your moon pic....I tried to capture it too this week but mine went completely fuzzy...maybe the photography classes I take in a couple of weeks will improve that. Xxxxx

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    1. If you learn the trick be sure to let me know ;0)
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  4. Ooh, look at those spectacular clouds! Love that lava lamp, but really, Jo - call that an ironing pile? You should see mine! xxx

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    1. Oh dear … I think I'll just keep mine then ;0)
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  5. Loving those clouds and wishing my ironing pile was that small - the downside to being a vintage seller! x

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    1. Lucky there are so many other upsides then … like looking fabulous all the time :0)
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  6. The mysterious moon is a bugger to photograph, Iv'e never been able to do it! pah! the storm cloud is amazing, nature is art, it looks like crashing waves to me - laundry piles boo! I have to be in the 'zone', doesn't happen often enough though! love all the pics x x x

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    1. I'm still searching for the zone …sometimes I lose it for weeks and weeks on end.
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  7. Bonitas fotografias, me gusta la ultima,. Besos, si quieres nos seguimos

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  8. Wow, the photos of the storm clouds and the moon totally made me catch my breath.
    Stunning.
    Ronnie xo

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    1. Thanks Ronnie … so glad you liked them :0)
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  9. That is an amazing photo of those storm clouds, they look terrifying! I have several ironing baskets waiting for me like that....(double sob!) :) Beautiful photos all of them! xx

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    1. I'm pretty sure the ironing breeds … there's more and more every time I look ;0)
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  10. You're a braver woman than I, I iron as I go. I am so bad at ironing. My hubby told me he reckoned he could do better, guess who irons his work shirts, not me.

    I think you need to have some amazingly expensive lense for an amazingly expensive camera to do justice to the moon. Still a gorgeous shot. Jo ××

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    1. Big mistake by Hubby … whenever someone says they can do better they're just asking to be left the job for ever and ever ;0)
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  11. Do you really have that framed poster in your laundry room? That's brilliant. And that elusive moon. I think I saw that exact same moon and it was impressive!

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    1. I actually have it in the family room … the only way I can possibly survive the ironing is to watch tv at the same time. It's nice the way we all share the same moon … wherever we are :0)
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  12. That first shot is the ultimate in cloud watching. I love watching storms roll on through the hold such power, passion and colour. Great shot x

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    1. They were some pretty spectacular clouds.
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