Hello all. I decided to have a bit of fun and start a new series of posts. They will be for bad photos. We have all taken shots that haven’t worked out the way we would like. Have you ever beheaded your family and friends? Have you ever taken a photo you did not mean to take because the camera went off on it’s own. You got knocked or bumped in a crowd for example or you tripped or your hands shook. Your subject moved or clearly did not want a photo taken. We can take a bad photo for a number of reasons. It can just be because we are learning or have a new camera. Well I have taken a lot of rotten shots in my time and some of them are quite funny. I think Mondays are a kind of a drag when you still have to get up for work. I am still working and yes I hate getting up for work. I think some funny photo bloopers would be a good way to have a laugh on a Monday. If anyone would like to send us a funny blooper photo please feel free to do so. I think we will all feel better about our photography mistakes when we see each others too so let’s have some fun. The only rule is that it can’t be a staged blooper. It must be real. Here is my first one. Hope it makes people laugh.
I should have known taking a photo of a fidgety puppy would not work! Great shot of his bum in one of them.
Old graves at the catholic cemetery in Ranelagh
This photo, taken in Ranelagh in 2013, was inspired by a blog post I read this morning suggesting that there should be a Cemetery Day. Old graves are always interesting. They don’t look as scary during the day either.
Here is the link to the page I read.
I took this photo not long before dark. I rather like the colours of the sky but the horse is nice too. She thought the apples I bribed her with to be in my photo were nice too.
Horse in a field
Horse in a field
Hello again. Here are a photos I took of the moon last night. I only have a small point and shoot camera so my photos came out a bit dark of course. They had to be edited with photo editing software. This is how they came out. You can probably tell by now that I love to go for evening walks. I do because it is lovely and peaceful and very different from the day. It’s quiet and there are less people. It is also a really good stress buster.
The Moon 2
The Moon 3
The moon looked pretty amazing and I really enjoyed my evening stroll around the casino grounds. These are taken from the golf course. I also got a nice shot of the casino building lit up at night. I might show that one another time.
Sculpture in Salamanca Square.
Bronze sculptures at Salamanca by Gillie and Marc
Bronze sculpture in Salamanca Square
Fellow Blogger Julz who lives in Melbourne recently did a post entitled “Dog Boy and Rabbit Girl” featuring bronze sculptures in St Kilda, Melbourne. It turns out that there are a series of these popping up in cities all over the place. This one is the Hobart version.