August 5, 2014

The Robinowl and the Scottie Selfie.



Fernandinande transformed my photograph, the one of the fledgling robin in whose eye I saw myself, and Meade came forward with his own accidental selfies in the eyes of an animal:

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ADDED: See the entire adorable the 10 month-old Scottish Terrier Gillie at Meade's blog Puparazzo.

9 comments:

Fernandinande said...

Hey, I'm famous!

It took about 15 seconds with Photoshop, but you can get some-funny looking faces that way.

Chance said...

It can't be a "selfie" unless the animal is actually controlling the camera/picture taking device!

David said...

Hey Fern it may take you 15 seconds, but the rest of us get to look at it as long as we want. Thanks.

Mike said...

The power of modern cameras is amazing. But i'm most impressed by your technique to get such a clear photo of a wild beast without using a tripod (here I refer to the other bird-eye post).

Cool stuff, Althouse!

lemondog said...

Look into my eyes....deeply.

Feed me. feed me....

Ann Althouse said...

"It can't be a "selfie" unless the animal is actually controlling the camera/picture taking device!"

The animal is Meade, so that's why it's a selfie..

Chance said...

I stand corrected.

rhhardin said...

Bicycle reflected in a roadside record.

kcom said...

I took a picture of a gravestone (headstone) once for posting on Find-A-Grave and then realized the stone surface was so shiny that you could see my reflection clearly as I had crouched in front of the grave to take the picture. It seemed tacky so I used Photoshop to erase myself before posting it.