Aurora sky? ;)
What's his name? It's 'his', right?
His name is "Fleas on bed".
Nicrap, yes. He's a male. His official name is Buddy. (Really creative, I know).... But Ducky is correct. Fleas In Bed loves to snuggle next to Stands With A Fist (me). I am way too fond of this little dog...
Yes, I remember now. You had mentioned it before.Is that a charm around his neck? What does it say?
It says his name, and my phone number. :-)
P.s. Both photos were taken with the same film, and unedited. The film is adjusted for tungsten lighting, which is why the indoor shot of Buddy looks more natural.
So if i stole him, would i get to call you? ;)
So if i stole him, would i get to call you?Sometimes (?) i am an idiot! :(
Both photos were taken with the same film, and unedited. The film is adjusted for tungsten lighting, which is why the indoor shot of Buddy looks more natural.Thanks for the explanation, Jen. They are both very pretty photos. One is on my desktop now. :)
You are not an idiot. :-p
Developing color film was new to me, and I had no idea it was meant for tungsten lighting. Yet another reason I prefer black and white. But I'm glad you liked them!
But not exactly witty either. heh.
Wit is over-rated. :pPJ's are more fun to laugh at. :-)
One of my better recent onesIt was taken at the Massachusetts State Service Building and I got chased out of the courtyard today. Dim bulb security guard told me it's illegal to photograph state buildings (wrong).The building was designed by Paul Rudolph and is a great example of Brutalism in Boston. I have become quite interested in it and intend to take quite a few more photos even if I have to go 300mm. from across the street.
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