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What makes picture taking a struggle?

I could tell you about bloating, but what is there to say other than bloating sucks, ugh. Then there’s the hair, and how it doesn’t cooperate. I have a few things to say to you, hair, but that’s just between you and me. Or there’s the air conditioning. I’d die without it, but that doesn’t mean I want to run around in my skivvies freezing my tail off. Nope.

But the main struggle is light.

I have had some very sweet people telling me that my photographs are good, and it wasn’t just the people staring at my butt, and I have to believe them, but I’m not a professional photographer and I don’t have a studio, or equipment (I love you, D7000), or lights. What I have is the sun, and when it rains, I don’t even have that.

What happens when I don’t have sun? I’m blurry. Look and see what I mean.

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Well, that’s a little blurry, but it’s not so bad.

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When there’s not much light, you must stay very, very still. I almost always forget to keep still. Look, my hands move faster than bumble-bee wings. I might just start flying.

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And then there are these photos. They’re the sexiest photos I’ve ever taken. The first one is poingnant, the second one is provocative but tasteful, then there’s a little noir for flavor, and finally some dangerous curves with an arching back.

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Oh yeah, some of my best photos, or so I thought until I looked at them.

Oh well, that’s why I keep taking photos, hoping to get better at it, even though I think that sometimes I look better blurry, lol.

See you,

Misty

P.S. You can check out my stories. They’re never blurry.

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And remember, when you buy a story, you’ll get a special gift from Katie and Laura’s Fancy Satin Panty Store.

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Rainy Days Make Me See Blurry What makes picture taking a struggle? I could tell you about bloating, but what is there to say other than bloating sucks, ugh.
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Books Always Everywhere (Jane Blatt)

Summer Reading Day 84: Hey there, friends! Today, we read Books Always Everywhere, written by Jane Blatt and illustrated by Sarah Massini. This is a cute little book of opposites with books and reading as the central theme. It covers a lot of the typical opposites (big/small, stop/start, scary/funny etc) but gives a fun twist to avid readers and book lovers, showing that great books come in all…

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“Hi, Mister Robin!” by my vintage book collection (in blog form)

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<br />written by Alvin Tresselt, illustrated by Roger Duvoisin (1950).

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