Sunday, 6 March 2016

Positioning, positioning, positioning.



I was 'Skyping' my youngest son out in Oz when, for some reason, he moved to a different location.

He positioned himself in front of a round spiky driftwood mirror, leaving the above image.

I just had to take a picture. 

N.B. Be careful where you sit.



28 comments:

  1. That's a great picture! :)

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  2. That's a fun position. They love to 'catch' our leaders and potential leaders in photographic and other awkward positions.

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  3. Creativity without intention! Look at your little picture on the right...yours have turned into beans..haha! Greetings Maria xx

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  4. Definitely one for the family album !

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  5. I've come across many blokes like that at festivals!

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    1. He used to have beautiful long blonde dreads. All gone now.

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  6. Bet it gave you both a giggle didn't it? sweet.

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    1. I'm not sure about Wills, but it did me!

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  7. Forgive the Yank-speak, but my mind is blown by the thought of you giggling.

    Chuckling, chortling, guffawing? Yes. Giggling? *twitches* Love the photo though!

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    1. I giggle all day long. I'm an inveterate giggler.

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  8. Now come on, you say he wasn't aware of the wooden hair-do????

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  9. You should paint it, Cro, and give it to him as a birthday present. It is priceless.

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    1. I think the photo does it better justice.

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  10. It would be a good idea to do this before you embarked upon this type of haircut wouldn't it. You would get the general idea.
    I am rereading Elizabth David's 'An Omelette and a glass of Wine' - love the cooking in it and so much of it reminded me of you that I wondered if you were a fan Cro.

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    1. You'll never guess what I'm reading at the moment; the very same thing. Wonderful book, and wonderful writing.

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  11. Love Skype, Skyped our daughter in Japan this morning/evening, the time difference drives me crazy.

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    1. You need one of those sets of clocks. London, Rome, New York, Tokyo.

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  12. Brilliant. I wonder if he's aware that a bunch of bloggers from all over the world are having a chuckle over this picture now, too. :D

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    1. Don't worry, he'd be laughing with you.

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