Plopping can be good
Plopping can be bad
Plopping can make you happy
Plopping can make you sad
You can plop as a lad
your plop can be a fad
when it came to my thoughts on this
this is all I had …. 🙂
OK, as I’ve said before I’m not a writer – I do pictures – so here’s my snoopy!
See the other Plop posts … Plop
Lake Acworth has provided me with a lot of my favorite photos, but when it comes to reflections and mirror images – this is hands down my favorite – my go to ! I had to use it for this Daily Post challenge Mirror
OK, thought I would toss in a couple more, first a shot of the Cobb Performing Arts building – with me applying some post production in adobe.
Then my snoopy – after all everyone is doing it – selfies in the mirror.
Here I sit
Alone, no one who cares
forlorn, wondering how I’ll get through the day ….
wait …. is that the human opening a can???? I’m saved!
folks that remember abbot and Costello, the three stooges or I love lucy may remember this skit. But in kitty language stalking is truly inch by inch. My little beastie (who would actually never eat a bird, unlike snoopy hunter), is attempting to sneak up on the bird – which by the way – was on top of the playhouse that the kitties can’t reach. I’m feeling this to be a chewie week in posting 🙂 so ready up for kitty pics.
I knew it wouldn’t go well, because on my camera the bracket exposer takes about one second. That does not seem long – but to a cat and a wood pecker, staying still that long will simply not happen. Luckily my software has a ghost removal feature, but it does come at a loss of quality. So here are 2 shots, kitty and wood pecker. I added a paint quality to Chewie because of the blurriness of the photo – hoping for a soft quality.