Not everyones cuppa by joysabin

Not everyones cuppa

Happy World Photography Day- I am behind (as usual) in posting and commenting. If I ever catch up, then the there just be a blurp in space time continuum.

Out for a walk today using the lensbabies for my iPhone. This one being the spot focus.

We saw two Javalina (wild boars or pigs) while on the trail. Of course I had put the phone away since I was holding the dog's leash. We heard them first, they weren't quiet, which I believe was to warn us as to their presence. We chose to turn back and let them have the area to themselves. Riley was interested but wasn't being overly assertive either. I was surprised to see them so close to homes. This trail is in a small valley in between the highway and a golf community. I will be just a bit more weary next time I hike there.
I love the lens baby and what you can achieve with it.
August 20th, 2019  
Interesting effect with the lensbaby. I didn't know there is lensbabies for phones?
August 20th, 2019  
cool shot!
August 20th, 2019  
looks great on black
August 20th, 2019  
As habitats shrink animals like coyotes (in our area) and boars (in yours) have to go somewhere. Why are we so surprised when they start showing up? While I'm not a huge fan of lensbaby, I like the effect it's created here- very dreamy.
August 20th, 2019  
Love this image with its abstract feel. We get pigs on our block too - my dog goes crazy ( she's a Staffy) and luckily they have always run away. I must admit I'm afraid of them!
August 20th, 2019  
Glad they gave you enough warning!
August 20th, 2019  
Wild/feral pigs are a major problem in parts of rural Australia too. Didn't know you had to deal with these darned animals. Good to hear you and Riley are OK.
August 21st, 2019  
@mv_wolfie These iPhone lenses are so cool, I like that they are magnetic.

@ingajohansson Thank you, the lenses are a blast.

@jernst1779 Thank you most kindly for the fav.

@samae Thank you a great deal.

@olivetreeann You are so right about disappearing habitats, I don't blame them at all. I will just be more respectful going forward. It's their area and I am just a visitor. Thank you so much. I don't have too much success with this lens but I keep trying, got lucky here.

@robz Truly appreciative of the fav. My pup might just want to play with them but as she is a rescue from the Navajo reservation, I might be surprised, not willing to take any chances though.

@shesnapped I am too. I will just be more on guard next time I'm on this trail.

@golftragic I've seen them in the Sedona area, about 2000 ft lower than Flagstaff area. I think that they can be a pest there but we are really the interlopers on the trails so, I'll just be more vigilant.
August 22nd, 2019  
like what you have done here, very creative
as to wild pigs being so close, best be careful
August 22nd, 2019  
ohh, I really like this one
August 23rd, 2019  
Sounds like you have things well under control in the pig department.
August 24th, 2019  
@ninaganci Thank you so much for the fav. I was very happy to let them be but will most definitely 'listen' for them next time.

@blueberry1222 Most grateful, thank you.

@golftragic Run away and FAST- okay maybe walk away without falling down in my case :):)
August 25th, 2019  
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