Wednesday, February 24, 2010

PURPLE POUT

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A little change of pace today.
As you may have noticed, I have a new "header" posted.
It is comprised of repetitive images of a little spring loaded bouncer in one of our gardens.
I simply gave her a different colored dress here & there.
On Planet Earth, a collection of random shots beginning with a surfer, Teri, & Charlie, who "don`t surf".
That`s for another post though.
The main posted image is of a Royal Gramma, a little upset that I`ve cornered her in a rocky hole & knows she must let herself be shot, to rid herself of a pesky invader,.. me.
The wildflowers are starting to overtake winter here, so I`ll soon be going into the hills, to try my luck at shooting them.
Have a beautiful day.

11 comments:

AndiF said...

What a face. Oscar the Grouch in a fish tank.

On Planet Earth, an awesomely adorable CLOE DSCN2061 melted my heart.

Beth said...

I'd love to hear the story of that car, 'Head!

And great picture of you and Teri. And the little elf - what a cutie. Thanks for the early morning purple, even if it is a little grouchy! andi has it right. :-)

AndiF said...

Almost forgot -- tomorrow's Flog theme is "Rails, Trails, and Roads".

Knucklehead said...

AndiF,
Yes Chloe is coming into herself as a little girl.
I have a special relation with "my girls" but also with each one individually.

Knucklehead said...

Beth,
I was at the market & saw two identical cars parked next to each other, but facing in different directions.
I saw it as a two headed car, in my twisted mind, so I took a few pix, & made up what I`d seen.

Me & Teri are at a family reunion last year.
I told Teri a few days ago, that that picture probably exemplifies, "ParrotHeads".
You tell me.

Knucklehead said...

AndiF,
Thanks, I`m on it.

olivia said...

lol, what a face!

Spencer Nagle said...

Amazing colour. Never seen one like that before!

Nancy P said...

hahahaha!!! Back off, buster!

Love the new header, Head.

Knucklehead said...

Nancy P,
This harmless little Royal Gramma, does indeed have an assertive manner.
I don`t blame her.
My camera might look like quite a threat to her.

I`ve noticed that for some reason, I attribute gender to some of my specimens. I`ll have to look into my attributions, & try to figure out where that deciding factor lies.

Knucklehead said...

Nancy P,
Click on the header to see the singular, sprung, garden bouncer, from which I created the header.
I flip them, color them, & give them a happy exuberance, in hopes of infecting the viewer, with the same.
I`m glad you were.