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good pic, i am going to try the poem thing soon, loved that one you posted a few days back.
Is the definition of "flummery" stove top cooking? Help, I don't speak Australian.
oh lovely! i like it very much. glad you're in on self portrait day. cheers, mav
so....wait, we have the same hair?those bangs look slightly escapee.
Hehe, it does sorta look like an advert. :D that's okay!! great idea!
'Flummery', originally a sort of sweet food made with eggs, flour and milk but now usually having the meaning “nonsense; humbug; idle flattery”, comes from the Welsh 'llymru'.Flummery is a dessert you can cook on the stove top. I am missing my oven desperately! Recipe for flummery athttp://www.schools.ash.org.au/thscompst/Australia/Flummery.htmlRe the hair, after I took the photo I noticed my hair had escaped its clip and was falling artistically over my face. ;) Now I shall refer to that style as 'escapee'.
Hello, Self Portrait Tuesday-er. I'm posting to everyones blogs because I've started a Self Portrait Tuesday Pool on Flickr. Please join it so we can see everyone's in one place!http://www.flickr.com/groups/35826298@N00/
i love this shot! so mysterious~:)
You asked for camera advice a while ago... I have a Canon Powershot G1. It's rather big, but I've enjoyed it. I'm mostly the point and shoot type. You can get so much more for the money these days. My Mr. has a Pentax Optio, which is delightfully compact and takes great pictures. He FOUND it on the side of the road, complete with an empty 256MB storage card. Unbelievable and highly suspicious. Who ever carries a camera around with an empty storage card? He's very lucky that way. He should probably buy a lottery ticket.
I'm just dying to see the rest of your glasses in this pic! I love big glasses and am thinking about getting myself a new pair in rhubarb color!! yum! delish!
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