Day 252: 09-09-10 by naomi

Day 252: 09-09-10

So...someone woke up early this morning, the sky looked pretty so they decided to go and take photos. Only, they couldn't really be bothered to get dressed as they thought no-one would be out at that out they went in leggings, crocs, a nighty and a hoody... All was going relatively well (apart from a few odd looks), until they bumped into their old bio teacher who lived next door...that was an interesting conversation!!!!!

Anyway, I'm pleasently suprised as to how this came out! I reckon a fish-eye lens would have been fun with this :) This world is actually so so so beautiful. I'm going out in the mornings more often! It was so fresh and like a totally different world! It was magical :)

I actually haven't stopped all day! Thursday is my busiest day with Biology after school and lots and lots to do! I also did a load more baking for Kathryn's event on Saturday, fixed my shoes for my brother...and millions of other things xD So it was actually quite good I got a photo before school... :P

Alsoooooo, this is SOOC!!! (apart from crop :P)
And I just realised.. you have o fav's :O
I have like more than 500! haahhaha
September 9th, 2010  
Haha--I always get caught by my neighbors-sooo embarrassing! Well, it was worth it--really pretty photo.
September 10th, 2010  
What a beautiful sky!
September 10th, 2010  
Gorgeous shot!! And I have to LOL @ you going out and getting caught. I'm afraid to step outside my back door for just that reason. I have to be fully dressed to even let the dog out LOL!
September 10th, 2010  
Wonderful panorama Mz. Naomi!
September 10th, 2010  
Story made me chuckle. I have also been caught by neighbors... Great sky photo.
September 10th, 2010  
September 10th, 2010  
Which teacher was it?
September 10th, 2010  
just all the same as Gill!
September 10th, 2010  
hahaha... the photo is worth it :)
September 10th, 2010  
If you want, arrange with Tom to borrow my panorama head. It lets you get things like
Takes a little time and the right software, but the software is freely available (I use Hugin) and later versions automate a lot of the grunt work that used to take ages.
September 12th, 2010  
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