Monday, 5 November 2007

Bottomless laundry basket!

Does anyone else suffer from that syndrome? I spend all weekend washing and irong and come Monday morning it's bl**dy well full again!?!?!?


Today's HS:MS prompt is 'sad'....oh God, I thought, I'll have to ask the dog to look really sad so I can take his photo but NO.....it's not necessary ........


This week we are going to focus on emotions. We prompt you with one word and you translate it the best you can through your lens. Try hard as you can not to use a human face to reflect that emotion. For instance - Sad. A dying plant, a messy corner, mucky windows (we all have them at one point!)


So here's my effort, my lovely Japanese Maple......not looking too happy today. :( It now has more leaves on the ground than on it's branches.

9 comments:

sharon said...

great pic..it will be interesting to see a happy shot when in full bloom.x

Jolanda said...

Great take on the word!

Angela said...

A sad sight indeed :-(

Caz said...

The garden always looks sad at this time of the year. great pic.
Caz
x

Lynsey said...

Definately sad!!

amandamagpie said...

Japanese Maples are gorgeous and I agree that plants look very sad at this time of the year. x

Sue Nicholson said...

LOL. I have three washing baskets!!! The children have to sort in to whites, darks and colours. Needless to say mistakes do get made :D

Oh dear . . . it does look sad however somewhere deep within it is, hopefully, building up energy to bloom again.

Bye for now . . . Sue

Bambi said...

it does look sad especially with that background and in B&W

etteY said...

great pic! sad indeed :(