Discussion in 'Past Entries' started by Zone, Aug 1, 2018.
....My eyes....... my eyes.....
_MG_3835 by Mark Harris, on Flickr
Portraits black and white by Mark Harris, on Flickr
This is me, or so I get told
In general I don't post pictures of my family on the open Internet out of respect for them.
I don't post pictures of myself out of respect for everyone else
Wymer's Lane to School Road footpath, South Walsham by AMcUK, on Flickr
Through the Martini glass 3 by AMcUK, on Flickr
Self by AMcUK, on Flickr
Spaceman by AMcUK, on Flickr
Escalator Selfie by AMcUK, on Flickr
Digital Pinhole Portrait - Lightroom by AMcUK, on Flickr
I was slightly surprised by how many I had on Flickr that loosely fit the theme.
I predict there will be a rash of "cameraface" reflection selfies in this month's competition.
Still it's a challenge isn't it - take a picture of yourself you can bear to share ?
Well here is my coupon.... But I'm Scottish and don't give a hoot. Bad hair day and not long been told I'm totalled medically.... So I'm angry
Now you know......
This is me. That's all folks.
dead eyes outtake by Marika's World, on Flickr
DSCF5840-Edit-2-4 by TDG-77, on Flickr
DSC_1627 by TDG-77, on Flickr
DSC_7308 selective colour selfie by TDG-77, on Flickr
Mr. Grumpy - Before and After... by Jim, on Flickr
Lots on mini me’s.
IMG_3192a by A H, on Flickr
I can’t find any self portraits. Here is one taken by my daughter after fireworks last new year
Don't be so Shy!
Enter here if you Dare!!!!!!!
Puting Faces to Names Here - if you wish....
Week #13, In a Row by Thumpermawer, on Flickr
This was an image from a while ago from my local club. I play a fair amount of pool, both Blackball and 9 ball.
Woodblock Printing Tutorial at Mokuhankan by Thumpermawer, on Flickr
This was from our trip to Japan this year. My wife and I joined a traditional woodblock printing class and this is us showing off the results!
My Dark Side.... by Jim,Flickr
krhttps://flic.kr/p/yf1JTS][/url]The Shining...... by Jim, on Flickr
P-780Wide-03387-5_zps83905d56 by Jim, on Flickr
Feeding Time In Cubicle City.... by Jim, on Flickr
D-600high-custom-1090976-3 by Jim, on Flickr
P1080625-resized by Jim, on Flickr
P1060114-resized by Jim, on Flickr
P1020689-resized by Jim, on Flickr
P1000340-composite-2-resized by Jim, on Flickr
SAM_0841-resized by Jim, on Flickr
In Mexico for a day and a half, so took my elder lad with me.
@shotokan101, now these are cowboy hats!
Nah.... They look like Cacti to me......
Jim, I’m not sure I have any kind of particular need to see into your nostrils
Dreamer, that shot from Mexico is nice!
Not to be sniffed at....
...and I can now confirm they bloody hurt if you happen to even brush past one! Just clipped a bud and my shirt picked up loads of splinter-like thorns. Without thinking, I tried to brush them off with my hand - resulting in a handful of splinters - which hurt, and forcing a whole bunch of the little blighters through my shirt and into my shoulder! Which hurt some more!
Two showers and a swim have failed to shift them - they seem to be barbed - pulling at them has no effect!
Still everyday’s a school day!
Thanks! Cacti thorns aside, it’s been a cracking day ‘at work’!
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Thanks for that. Pretty much confirms what I’ve discovered myself! I’m going to have to live with these little blighters for a while, as getting them out is practically impossible!
Just a final update on ‘cactus-gate’.
My wife had a fun morning, ‘waxing’ my shoulder with duct tape!
A great improvement, with most of the protruding bits of splinters removed - though it has still left what was below the surface there. At least now, my shirts don’t ‘catch’ on the blighters, so an improvement in overall comfort.
You can stop sniggering at the back now!
No need to be so prickly about it.. .....
I must say, I haven't sniggered even once! I can just imagine the bother If I was your wife, I'd probably tie you down on a chair and dig the rest out! However, if it starts showing signs of redness and swelling of the skin around the place where the rest are buried, go and see a doc. They might cause an infection.
Thanks Marika. I’m in good hands, my wife is a doc - sympathy is in short supply though! Typical medic!
After nearly 30 years together though, I’m used to it!
Sympathise given the NHS queues...
And I’m a nurse Nurses do have more sympathy than doctors Glad to hear though, she’ll keep an eye on it!
So is my wife M - Kudos
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