Posted as part of One Word Sunday.
My Saturday in six words:
SUMMER ENDS… SLIDING INTO AUTUMN MOOD
for a larger image, please click the photo
They forced me, yes FORCED me to buy these autumn tokens at the garden center this morning (last photo). And I know the fake furry animals really are not classy or stylish… but to hell with taste: I like them! They give my living room a gentle touch of autumn and silliness. I love silliness 😉
By the way, the little one is nibbling on a real sequoia pine I took home with me from the USA last month.
Enjoy your coat this weekend! 😀
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Since it has got to be Sunday somewhere already and I don’t have time tomorrow, my Sunday post will go up now.
Jake Sprinter’s assignment for this week is CLOSE-UP.
Close-ups are used in many ways, for many reasons. In filmmaking, television production, still photography and the comic strip medium a close-up tightly frames a person or an object. Close-ups are one of the standard shots used regularly with medium shots and long shots (cinematic techniques). Close-ups display the most detail, but they do not include the broader scene. Moving in to a close-up or away from a close-up is a common type of zooming.
My favorite way of making photos! 😀 And because of that, I decided to publish multiple images. Please click on the photos for the original (larger) size.
Have a close weekend!
More close-upness in Jake Sprinter’s Sunday Post.
This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is WRONG. Take a look at the picture. Do you see what is wrong with the huge bumble bee? You can click on the photo for a larger image.
You can find other takes on this photo challenge Wrong under this link.
Today my world was turned upside down and inside out. Back to the core of life.
So I need to share a bit of beauty: my favorite insect, dangling upside down without the slightest effort. (Click for the original size.)
And thank you, Michael Bublé, for singing to me tonight 🙂