Sightseeing at the Roman Ruins in Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
Wonderful for the challenge. Not the obvious. 😀
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Yes, I thought you’d find an original take on this one, Andrew. And like me, avoid appearing on camera wherever possible.
Thanks Richard. Actually I got the idea from another blogger.
I had an interesting morning today – looking after my young granddaughters and watching kids TV I saw my first episode of ‘Bananas in Pyjamas’!
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I love the originality of your take on the theme Andrew!
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Bit silly really having a selfie challenge when we all have pix of ourselves on avatars! Couldn’t find any silhouettes or shadows of me in my files which surprised me as I normally seem to be overshadowing the pix I do want to use. I went for a mirror image where I was trying to get the inside of a lift and got far more of me and him and the staircase behind us 😀
Selfies aren’t really my thing. Ghastly name as well. Says it all though. Selfie, selfish, little difference.
I agree. I was going to skip this one but then thought again and looked for something obscure.
Selfies seem pointless to me – why not just ask someone to take the picture for you? Nine times out of ten it will come out better anyway!
No, I’ve decided I can take better pix of me 🙂 I can pose and pose and pose and ….. until it’s half way right and not some ugly mug shot 😀
I’ve got a couple of unintentional ones that I might post i I can think of a story to go with them, otherwise, I’ll stick with the one I’ve posted. Suspect selfies isn’t really a middle-aged Brit thing.
Where did you post it? I can’t find it!
On my Everypic not a photo blog. Where I put my pix from the past, weekly WPs I bother with, old travel pix and anything that doesn’t fit with roughseas.
I liked the post – it was good!
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