Yeah but can your army do this?
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Great dog and cat portraits....will they pose together?
It does mean the tree hangs around a lot longer, but is ideal for photo ops TBH it is a lot of partying to be done in two short weeks, we ten to keep it simple thoughNice! And what a lovely tradition (is that the right word? My brain's failing me...). I wish we had things like this here... I also get taken aback when I see recent photos of Christmas trees! I'm usually an "up in early November, down in early February" tree girl (I LOVE them) but had to take it down a couple of days after Christmas this year as the cats 6ft cat tree arrived and the tree was in the only "free" corner
Thanks Tezz, they're my favourites too.Fab series of animal shots .. cheetahs are a winner for me
Mine will be down sometime this week, but am hoping to take advantage of them a bit firstWhat a great set for day 5! All our Xmas decorations came down NYE
Ah yes, nothing like an extension to the festivitiesSadly we had to miss out on the roscon this year (we stayed in the UK for a change), but your images brought back a flavour of Spanish Christmas to me:
Elaborate nativity scene ...check
Loads of cakes and sweets ...check
Thank youGood enough to eat Sarah !! Like it very much
Perhaps I'm not as bad at it as I thought then.That works rather well actually
Thanks, it has been knownVery nice mono , those eyes have a look of mischief !!
They just look old and tired to meI'm glad you were brave enough to say that,
I thought it, but didn't dare say it
Personally I feel that the more of me out of focus the better Perhaps I should Bokeh myself in my next SPI like the crop, conversion and POV. It weirds me out a bit that your left eye is out of focus due to the DOF (but that's probably just me!).
And...Not at all, though I did sharpen it up a little and apply a little selective sharpening to the "closest eye"
"Just to see"
Thank you MattI love Day 5 I think that they make up a great image, and tell the story of the day and day 6 and arm's length self, it's come out better than any of my attempts at the style, the focus is great and I think that the conversion to B&W has given it a certain intensity that really sets it off
It's good to have something in abeyanceGood SP .... Saving those for days when I have absolutely nothing
I would if that Old Lady didn't keep barging her way inI love that.... looks lovely mono too... you should do more!
Thank you, I feel obligated to put Spanishy bits in somehowJust catching up on your last couple of days Sarah. Day 5 is certainly an interesting story, I have never heard of that before. Really like your sp in day 6 though, it's something I will maybe try myself sometime.
Well, mines still not down, but might have a go at it tonight. I'm going to start with all the "tat" firstI like day 5 - my tree stays up the 12 days & came down yesterday :-( - I also liked hearing about how that is celebrated there.
And while the rest of us are "struggling" to "see" 10oCMy High Street, the Pharamacy clock/thermometer on the left reading 19°. .... .....Hopefully we will have a bit of cloud one morning soon
You are more than welcome, it has dropped down to about 10° now and at 08:00 this morning it was 9°, so we do have a big variation in temperatures.And while the rest of us are "struggling" to "see" 10oC
Or catch a glimps of blue rather than dull grey,skies,
Please, feel free to rub it in :razz:
I'm in Alicante so not too far away.Hi,
Just catching up with other 365ers threads. There are so many this year!
Anyway, some very nice animal shots to kick off your challenge. The Christmas thing looks very familiar to me, but you don't seem to be smiling in the sp.
And today's 19º - can't be up my neck of the woods! Although those bins look familiar, too.
Oh the weather is fine, it's the rest of the crud that has occured this afternoonYou lucky Girl Sarah , 19 only 19 and your hot under the collar about your shot of the day , looks good enough to live there !!