See the Zebra by lyndemc

See the Zebra

This is a 'behind the scenes' shot so you can see how the Zebra for Z was created, Serengeti backdrop and all.

If I'd have known I was going to post this picture I would've at least swept the bird seed off the work table so I will eventually delete this photo.
Great set up! So much dedication to your compositions and great creativity! Job well done this month!
March 27th, 2017  
@jackies365 Thanks Jackie! Sometimes I can't help but chuckle about how, even tho an adult, I have fun playing with toys. It's therapeutic in a way to get to be creative every now and then. I do believe that's why I enjoy 365 so much — it demands time spent being creative.
March 27th, 2017  
Cool set up! You really put some thought into that photo!
March 27th, 2017  
That's really creative. It looked so real.
March 27th, 2017  
Cool!
March 27th, 2017  
Love this 'behind the scenes' shot! I'm right there with you on having fun playing with toys and enjoying the creativity in setting up unique shots. Also, I think the bird seed on the work table adds a nice touch to the whole 'behind the scenes' feel of this shot. :-)
March 27th, 2017  
Cool!!
March 27th, 2017  
Thanks so much for sharing this. I find it really interesting when the folks here provide a little sneak peak in such situations. Please don't delete! I think it can easily be an inspiration to others who might find themselves in a rut when it comes to posting a daily photo....like that ever happens. ;-)
March 27th, 2017  
So cool! I LOVE getting behind-the-scene peeks at things. And ha, ha, ha at your caption too. I took a picture of my turntable that I really liked, but I had to spend forever trying to remove dust particles in Photoshop. (I guess I should have dusted!)
March 27th, 2017  
That is brilliant. The creativeness and the trouble you put yourself to is amazing.
March 27th, 2017  
Wow, that is so neat.. a great idea to use an image as a backdrop - it works so very well.. you produced a fab image with very little in the way of props but much in the way of ingenuity..
March 27th, 2017  
cool!!
March 27th, 2017  
You're very clever to have your own little stage.
March 28th, 2017  
Wow, you had me fooled. Would have never thought you had put that much into it. Thanks for the background.
March 28th, 2017  
Brilliant! Thanks for sharing!
March 28th, 2017  
I hadn't noticed the bird seed until I read your commentary. You are very creative. I forgot to mention that we love to adopt your African Violet :)
March 29th, 2017  
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