Weekly Photo Challenge: Selfie

Photo on 12-09-13 at 1.22 PM #5

Good morning from a saturated Hastings.  We are in for a wet weekend so a great time to be at the computer.

This week’s challenge by The Daily Post is a dreaded one.  Selfie.  That is something I absolutely hate.  I love being behind the camera, definitely not in front of it.  Actually this week I made it onto the front page of our local free newspaper.  In full view.  This happened when I was filming the memorial service for the 1931 earthquake on Monday.  I did know that there were lots of photographers around taking photos, but didn’t take any notice of them.  Even when I looked at the paper I didn’t notice who was this woman was holding a cell phone up.  It was my husband who noticed.  And my mother-in-law who rang me up to check it was actually me.   But that doesn’t count as a selfie.

On the local paper website they have one page dedicated to the worst selfies of the week – not a pretty sight.  Downright embarrassing I say.  This is the one and only selfie that I have taken and that is using the Photo Booth on the computer.

Anyway here are some other selfies to enjoy:

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/weekly-photo-challenge-selfie/#respond

http://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/weekly-photo-challenge-selfie/

http://sustainabilitea.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/weekly-photo-challenge-selfie/

http://hopethehappyhugger.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/weekly-photo-challenge-selfie/

http://zainabjavid.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/weekly-photo-challenge-selfie/

Weekly Photo Challenge: Selfie

Thanks for visiting.

Final watermark for blog

Floral Friday: Sunflowers

DSCF0881DSCF0730

DSCF0920DSCF0887

DSCF0925DSCF0920

DSCF0895DSCF0914

DSCF0744DSCF0734

Good evening from a wet and miserable Hastings evening.  All day it has been trying to rain and now it has come to stay.  So here is a great way to brighten up my day with these sunflowers.  Again these come from my husband’s workplace as the children are fascinated with how tall they are.  They are about 7″ and have several branches instead of one tall big stem. The bonus was the huge bumble bee on one of them.  It was just too busy collecting nectar that it didn’t even notice a huge lens pointing at it.

Thanks for visiting and check out Irene’s blog with her gorgeous hibiscus flowers.  Such a show.

Floral Friday: Hibiscus Colour

http://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.com.au

FFF

Final watermark for blog

Middleton Road

How I see the world

Something to Ponder About

Writing - Photography - Lifestyle

cindyknoke.wordpress.com/

Photography and Travel

Carolisle

It's About Time...

Julie Powell - Photographer & Graphic Artist

Creating & Capturing Life's Precious Moments

Kathleen's Writings & Art

Poetry, Art and Photography

Dan Frugalberg

Life lived simply

The World according to Dina

Notes on Seeing, Reading & Writing, Living & Loving in The North

west517

west517 | the world we know

Six Pixx

Passionate photographer living in Hastings

Outlook in Life

... and it is ever changing

Aperture64

Landscape and Still Life Photography By Benjamin Rowe

Visual Venturing

Because everyone likes pictures.

Talk About Pop Music

Streaming Forward, Powered By The Past - if you love the 80s music, new music, Eurovision, cheesy pop and awesome playlists then let's get this pop party started!

%d bloggers like this: