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I really love the dog pic; he's an excellent color match with the blue tile of the floor and the woman with the laptop seems visually seperated into her legs/skirt and her face with the excellent smile...I marvel at your picture taking, even when the fisheye gets a bit heavy from time to time...
Proper dog conversation, which took place over one minute and six seconds this evening, for example. (6 photo slide show)Flickr shows it backwards, but it makes sense in either direction.
It's not a trash can. It's a differently owned can.
Looks like the interior of the Restaurant at the End of the Universe on a slow afternoon. Unfortunately, the cafeteria at the Griffith Observatory is named 'The Café at the End of the Universe.'Might be interesting to get some pictures of that, just to see if, for example, the universe really ends.Just about the only way we'll ever be rid of Maxine.
Give it up with the fish eye for every single shot you show us. Please. Not only nauseating but boring. Sorry.....just my opinion.
The dog owner learned the dog relaxes as long as the owner maintains body contact. Fingers gently pinching an eartip, a toe on the back or bum will do. If the owner removed her toe, the dog would become aggitated. I've tested this on my own dogs with a single finger tip barely touching the top of their head. Remove the finger, and the dog is all, what? What? They look around. "What went wrong, where's our connection? Return the connection, and they relax. Canid psychology. It's caused me to wonder, just who's zooming whom?Fish eye. Hey, it's how Escher got his start. Not nauseating. Not boring. In fact, lovely and interesting. Second opinion. <-- Elevates opinion to fact. It's great because it gets a lot more into the frame. Cures photographic myopia.
Am I correct that Mexicans seem to like large amounts of rather lurid shades of blue? It reminds me of the sterile orange & blue accents mediocre architects used in the 70's, but in huge doses and on exteriors (and concrete).
The dog photo is off da chain.Cheers,Victoria
OMG OMG! I finally figured out who Chris reminded me of.Are you sitting down?HIMESPECIALLY HEREWomanhood lost a big-time hunk, man. Sucks.Cheers,Victoria
Ha ha ha. That is so funny. Come'on, Chris, do the Presley twitchy snear. Say, "Thank you. Thankyouverymuch."
The dog owner learned the dog relaxes as long as the owner maintains body contact....Cats do the same. When they lay down next to you they stretch out a paw which accidently brushes against your arm, maintaining a very light contact. Slightly move that arm away and they will imperceptibly further stretch the paw to reestablish contact. The dog has wolf eyes.
Be careful reaching the double-fisheye effect, Ann...I'm almost positive it could lead to something bad, like ripping a hole in the space-time continuum or something...remember with great power comes great responsibility!
ALERT!Althouse. You are being stalked by a young, dark haired man. He has appeared in far too many photos for this to be a coincidence. Take cautionary steps.That is all.
fortunately for Chris, his Madison Mafia of mom won't let him eat too many fried banana sandwiches...about the girls, pills, booze, and white jumpsuits, Chris, m'man, you're on your own...
HEY! The Elvis comparison was a COMPLIMENT.Young Elvis was a total babe. Unrelatedly, but still impressively, he was the most talented performer of the 20th century, save for Frank Sinatra.Chris also reminds me a little of John Turturro, but only around the eyes.Cheers,Victoria
rhhardin said... Proper dog conversation...Another proper dog conversation
I'd much rather look like Elvis than John Turturro.
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