Wednesday, 1 April 2015

CDP Theme Day - Camera-shy Self-Portrait


I went with the still-life, in a valiant attempt to show my geeky character, rather than physical appearance.

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24 comments:

Kate said...

I've read the book you photographed and glad that you it is featured on your blog. I also like your self-images that you included.

Denton Harryman said...

great effect with the glasses ... shows character (smile)

Bob Crowe said...

A cantaloupe with speckled glasses. That's a good one. Gardening gloves, I assume, and quite a cudgel. I'm sorry that I don't know the book.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I've met you Julie and in no way whatsoever do you resemble a watermelon :) Super fun interpretation of the theme..

magiceye said...

Delightful takes Julie!!

Joe said...

Always finding something different Julie. Great interpretation but somehow I don't associated you with still life.

Babzy said...

Nice serie i like the first one !:)

Bergson said...

we know all of you

Chrissy Brand said...

I like them all Julie!

Dina said...

All so very original! :)

Karl Demetz said...

Creative interpretation of this theme, Julie !

Birdman said...

First shot-
Whooooosh!... and now she's gone. She was here a second ago. Ha

Jack said...

The first one does it. It's you.

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful Julie! Love your shots and how you show yourself.

Small City Scenes said...

Love your shots. The first one is very clever.

BTW: The little bird on my post is a Hummingbird.
MB

Jo said...

I love your self-portraits. Certainly shows you!

William Kendall said...

Your takes on these are very creative indeed!

VP said...

Love all your shots, but the still-life is something special!

Sharon Anck said...

Nothing wrong with geeky! I'm right their with you.

cieldequimper said...

Oh the still-life is a brilliant idea Julie! All are lovely shots but the first one is so much more personal!

Carraol said...

Hi Julie, great set of images, the first of them, take more work, the development of an idea and the photograph of the concept, good job! Sorry for my terrible English.

Julie said...

Your English is just fine, Carraol. Much better than my Mexian/Spanish.

Thank you for your kind words.

EG CameraGirl said...

The first one made me smile wide. Very creative!

Tahiti Daily Photo said...

I like all your shots, but the fisrt on is the best !