Thursday, 30 June 2011

The Thursday Challenge - 'Curved'

I went a bit mad with the camera before I'd even got dressed this morning - it happens...

Flowers
Curved fuschias in the hanging basket...

Glass Lamp
Glass balls on our new lamp...
(it's actually green glass)

Glass Lamp
and again...

Candles
Tealights...

Mrs P
A curly cat...
Mrs P is looking rather morose here as she
senses that she is going to the vets this morning for her ears to be checked.
David and I have the same kind of expression at the thought of taking her...

Tealight Holder
Base of a tealight holder...
Before I take a photo like this I always tell myself I should dust.
I know I should as I have a very good camera that is going to pick
up every microscopic speck. 
One day I'll actually do it...

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8 comments:

Melody Music said...

Very nice pictures..... thanks for beeing mad ;-))

Shilpa said...

Beautiful shots! I really liked those curved fuchsias. :)

Barbara said...

Mrs. P. looks like she's saying, "Don't you know I'm still trying to sleep? Enough with the camera already."

Laloofah said...

Being a bit mad does go along with genius, doesn't it? :-)

Beautiful examples of curves - that fuschia is gorgeous, and I love your new lamp! The tealight base photo is very fetching too, dust and all (dusting is overrated, says I - who must dust nearly every day in this dry and windy climate!)

I hope Mrs. P's ear checkup goes well! Dropped another 100USD at the vet myself yesterday. (Good ol' Josie!) I used to brag to my friends with human children that dogs are so much easier and less expensive, but we could have put Josie through a top-notch vet school herself by now!

Ashley Sisk said...

I love the color in that first shot. So pretty.

The Chair Speaks said...

Lovely pictures and the loveliest of all is Mrs P!

Barbara said...

Many thanks :O) Laloofah: My sister has a wooden ornament that says 'housework makes you ugly', and somewhere I have a sign that says 'a tidy house is a sign of a wasted mine' or words of that ilk, hence my attitude to dusting :O) Mrs P tried to poo on the vet yesterday! She goes back in two weeks for another check up on her ears, but they're taking her off her renal tablets at the moment as right now she doesn't have renal disease, which is odd but good!

Laloofah said...

LOL, I've also always liked the signs that say, "Don't worry, spiders, I keep house casually."

Mrs. P did WHAT?! LMAO! Bet your bill would have only been £40, but the vet charged all that extra for nearly being pooed on! ;-) Great news about Mrs P getting to go off her renal tablets, hope that ends up being permanent!

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