Wednesday, July 04, 2012

take my picture

I've been known to pose next to inanimate objects such as fake horses.  I did it once or twice years ago.  Next thing I know the family talks about my strange habit of taking these pictures.

I found a horse that needed to be feed on a recent trip.


 
another circus 

15 comments:

Barbara Shallue said...

Families can be such a*holes. lol

lisleman said...

Oh I don't mind. No offense taken. It is mostly my idea. Occasionally one of them might remind me that a certain inanimate object would make a good picture.

A Daft Scots Lass said...

brilliant!

Kathy said...

Nice that your family plays along...my daughter would roll her eyes and refuse to take picture! Hope you had a great 4th!

CiCi W said...

The Native American on the horse was watching you closely to make sure you didn't give his horse something nasty. Maybe you don't have such an honest looking face. Or maybe the Native Americans just learned to distrust the white man. Oh well, the horse liked you. Ha. I think it is fun that you are always ready and willing to pose for unusual pictures.

Tami said...

Oh my gosh! I do the same thing. My husband has one of me kissing a Wright Brother's bronze statue. ;-) It was a neat place to go visit, where the first airplane was flown.

bearman said...

But can you lead it to water?

tracismixedbag said...

What a great thing to collect (and it won't make you a hoarder.)

Ducky said...

Perfectly normal, I assure you. Not to mention it is tons better than stuffy photos with cheesy fake smiles. A girlfriend of mine does a city "tour" every spring with a group of gals and a camera. The poses they come up with astride statues and fountain heads in our city is hysterical! I was super sad to miss the go around this year.

unknownmami said...

We all need a "thing", this is one of your "things".

lisleman said...

that quite a story for my little picture. thanks

lisleman said...

yes if you take the time the digital cameras do make it easier.

Jennifer RIchardson said...

i wonder how long he'd been waiting for you
to come along.
well done:)
-Jennifer

lisleman said...

Yeah he was hungry. He almost ate my hat. You can lead a horse to food in a hat and they will eat your hat.
thanks

Agnes Pages said...

LOL Barbara!

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