PHOTO 101-DAY 19: DOUBLE AND ROTATION

With Easter coming closer day by day I was fiddling around this morning trying to create a photo to go on an Easter card for a friend. Easter bunnies are OK but I couldn’t find one suitable example in my box of tricks. Fortunately I’d already eaten all of the chocolate ones.

Then, that magic moment arrived for there, hidden away in a corner of the box lay two yellow chickens. What to do now. Hard boil an egg. Scoop out the contents and get the card going.

Next, another magic moment, Cheri’s email arrived with todays project and bingo, I was in business. The Easter card has been abandoned till the morrow. What do you think of this:

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                                       WAS THIS EGG A DOUBLE YOLKER?

Unfortunately it wasn’t a double yolkier but that didn’t spoil my fun.

Now how about a bit of rotation, here’s No. 1

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                         HOPE THEY DON’T FALL OUT OF THEIR NEST.

And here is No.2

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                          HANG ON TIGHT, WHAT WILL HAPPEN NOW?

This is what happened, No.3

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                         ENOUGH, ENOUGH, I’VE HAD ENOUGH!

And finally, before I get too dizzy, Hoo roo for now.

PHOTO101 DAY 11 POP & COLOUR

Red is a very strong and powerful colour and tends to be the dominant colour wherever it is used.

It’s also the colour used to indicate danger.

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HISTORIC RED POSTAL PILLAR BOX

These two red objects speak for themselves.

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TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE

Taking an airing after a hard mornings workout.

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PLEASE LET ME REST A WHILE.

Despite the busy and non neutral background, I just couldn’t resist this image from a parade here in town on Sunday afternoon. The smile on the driver’s face tells it all.

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TWO OLDIES ON PARADE