The camera I am using now was a Christmas present back in 2006 and I have taken literally thousands of pictures with it. Not to mention the pictures I haven't kept- for every good picture I take, I've probably taken 15 not-so-good-ones. I usually delete the dark, blurry, or random ones off the card before they ever get to the computer.
Some have fallen through the cracks along the way, though...
Silkie, exit stage left.
Apparently I saved this rare photo of a headless bird for a reason.
(I think it's head was turned. I hope.)
This next picture defies any logical explanation I have.
In the first place, why was I holding a dead snake on a pitchfork.
In the second place, Why did I take a picture of it?
Do I have issues?
Here are some random pictures that need to be filed under something.
I'll just file them under... "W".
This picture of little Edie when she was just 6 months old has a funny story behind it- I grabbed my camera to take this because she was standing so still I thought she was posing for me. Turns out, her head is stuck in the fence. (Look closely and you'll see the little square around her neck.) The sad thing is, I snapped about 10 pictures before I finally started wondering why she wasn't moving.
"Yoo-hoo! I'm ready for my close-up!"
There are times when you take a picture but you don't see everything through the tiny little lens....
While posting about how cold it was last winter,
I took this next picture of me breaking the ice out of the sheep's water.
Once I saw it on the big computer screen, I decided it would be best not to include this one.
Although I've taken lots and lots of bad or random pictures, each one has a little special memory attached to them- and I guess that's why I take them in the first place.....
Even if it's of somebody's rear!
Happy Friday, everyone!